Holding Humanitarian Responders Accountable
The ability to handle external relations successfully has a growing impact, particularly at higher levels of management, on the ability of organizations to deliver humanitarian assistance. Students are given the knowledge and skills to respond to the various external relationships that enable humanitarian agencies to operate successfully in a competitive and often hostile environment. Through case studies, the course teaches techniques for dealing with politically motivated and highly stressed interlocutors.
This course is taught by Moira Reddick, a Disaster Management specialist with over twenty-five years of professional experience. She has proven skills and abilities related to representation, coordination, management, institutional development, strategic planning and the professional development of staff. Reddick held positions as Team Leader for the Humanitarian and Resilience Programme in Myanmar and Coordinator for the Nepal Risk Reduction Consortium amidst numerous years as a consultant for UNICEF, the Inter Agency Standing Committee/OCHA, the Disasters Emergency Committee and more.
Cost without $915.
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International Programs Officer, Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs (IIHA), Fordham University