Policy-makers and practitioners in the fields of peacebuilding, security and development still lack critical skills in results-based management (RBM) and monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL). This course, now in its 10th year, provides skills development in these disciplines, with results-based approaches and theories of change, as well as the implementation of monitoring and evaluation. The course is aimed at practitioners wanting to extend or upgrade their expertise. An online course is part of the preparatory requirement to make better use of the time in Geneva, and there is emphasis on complex environments, with Outcome Mapping, Outcome Harvesting and the Cynefin framework included. The learning focusses on practical work in small groups, based on case studies.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This course is designed to build the skills of practitioners who already work in results-based management, monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning in the fields of peacebuilding, security and development:
- national development, peace and security officials, representatives from local and international development, political and security agencies;
- technical advisors and programme officers from UN and other relevant agencies;
- key policy makers from violence-affected countries;
- officials from security and development agencies from donor countries;
- independent experts and specialists in the peace sector.
The needs of individuals from both public and non-governmental institutions will be addressed.
The seminar is offered free of charge. All other expenses including lodging and travel are the responsibility of the participant.