Evaluation in Conflict Prone Settings: Londonderry, June 2010

Date: 7th – 11th June 2010
Venue: Londonderry, Northern Ireland
As part of its 11th International Summer School, INCORE (International Conflict Research Institute) will be running a course on Evaluation in Conflict Prone Settings.

The course covers the basics of conducting evaluations of initiatives in conflict-prone settings. The focus of the course is not limited to peacebuilding initiatives, but applies to the evaluation of the full spectrum of initiatives: development, humanitarian, private sectors, community development, and so on. Similarly, the term “conflict-prone” is broadly defined in the course. It can be applied to community work on interface areas of inner-cities, or it can be applied to more conventional, protracted, militarized conflicts. The course will be facilitated by Dr Kenneth Bush (INCORE) and Colleen Duggan (IDRC).

The 2010 International Summer School will run from 7th-11th June. The Summer School will be based on the historic Magee Campus in the city of Derry/Londonderry, on the shores of Lough Foyle in the north west of Northern Ireland, easily accessible by road, rail and air.

Previous participants of the INCORE Summer School have included USAID, European Union DG External Relations, UK Department for International Development, World Food Programme, UN Department for Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO) and others. The INCORE Summer School is recognised by UNITAR (United Nations Institute for Training and Research) Programme of Correspondence Instruction in Peacekeeping Operations, and may form part of The Certificate-of-Training In Peace Support Operations (COTIPSO) Programme.

Visit www.unitarpoci.org for further details.


Visit: http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk/courses/ss/


Email: school@incore.ulst.ac.uk

Tel: +44 (0) 28 7137 5500 Fax: +44 (0) 28 7137 5510 INCORE, University of Ulster, Aberfoyle House, Northland Road, Derry/Londonderry, Northern Ireland, BT48 7JL


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