Fragile Contexts - From Humanitarian aid to Development

Zurich School for Continuing Education

Zurich School for Continuing Education

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Students of the MAS/CAS in Development and Cooperation as well as interested persons with at least 24 months work experience in international development cooperation. PhD students who conduct empirical research within the field of development cooperation.

About the course

Combining theoretical input with case studies, this course explores characteristics of fragility, how they can be assessed and monitored, and how development programming has to be adapted to these situations. It further discusses cooperation between actors seeking to engage in these contexts.

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Fragile Contexts - From Humanitarian aid to Development at Zurich School for Continuing Education

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