Places available: Leading and Managing Effective Human Rights Organisations
April 4, 2014 § Leave a comment
I am thrilled to be convening a forthcoming online module on Leading and Managing Effective Human Rights Organisations. The module is part of a Post-Graduate Certificate offered by the Centre for Applied Human Rights at the University of York.
The module runs for ten weeks, beginning on 23 April 2014. Some scholarships may be available for non-OECD participants – click here for information.
The module will address the theory and practice of leading and managing in the human rights context, with the emphasis on effective leadership and management.
So the module’s topics include Leading others, leading yourself; Strategic planning and leadership; Creativity, innovation and the learning organisation; Governance and accountability; Organisational development and change; Programme and project management; Performance management; Fundraising and financial monitoring systems; and Globally Responsible Practice.
Sounds like a course for you, or for someone you know?
Places are still available on the programme, and it is possible to enrol for an individual module as a CPD student and without taking the whole Post-Graduate Certificate. For the current academic year 2013/14, tuition fees for each module are £420.
Click here for information on how to apply.
I am really looking forward to the course, and to the engagement with human rights practitioners from around the world.