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UCL Humanitarian Institute Masterclass

2 October 2017

The masterclasses are led by experts and practitioners from across UCL and our international collaborators.

Friday 20th October 2017 09:00 to 17:00

Masterclass in International Development: Delivering a Schools’ Programme

Location

Darwin Class Room B05 access via Malet Place | Darwin Building
Gower St | London | WC1E 6BT

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Open to: Students | Academics | Alumni | Public (places limited)

Admission: FREE but you must register
Ticketing: Eventbrite @ www.ucl.ac.uk/rdr/

If you would like to attend, please register via Eventbrite 

HI MSclass

A one-day Masterclass in International Development on Delivering a Schools’ Programme, led by the University of Jammu (Jammu and Kashmir, India) and UCL. The masterclass covers: 

1) Linking up with schools and working with local partners in ODA countries

2) Planning and logistics 

3) Assembling course material

4) Network building and promotion

5) Risk management and ethics 

Seminars on Building Resilience in the Himalaya will follow covering: 1) Community-based resilience; 2) Safer schools in the community; 3) Schools’ education programme on disasters and hazards.

Register via Eventbrite

Presenters

Presenters are experts and practitioners from the University of Jammu and the UCL Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction and Department of Earth Sciences. They have put on schools programmes in Asia, Africa and South American on risk and resilience, natural hazards and climate change delivering education to thousands of school students from diverse backgrounds in challenging environments.

Convenor: Katerina Stavrianaki, UCL Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction k.stavrianaki@ucl.ac.uk

Supported by the UCL Humanitarian Institute and the Global Engagement Fund

Humanitarian Institute Masterclass Series in International Development

Humanitarian Institute Masterclass Series is a new initiative opening up opportunities for UCL students, staff and interested members of the public, to understand global humanitarian challenges, build international networks and develop new transferrable skills. The masterclasses are led by experts and practitioners from across UCL and our international collaborators.

If you wish to put on a Humanitarian Institute Masterclass contact Dr Rosanna Smith, rosanna.smith@ucl.ac.uk

Outline Programme

9.00 Registration

9.15 Presentations on technicalities delivering an education programme

12.00 Lunch

14.00 Practical session

15.00 Tea

15.30 Seminars on the Schools Programme for Resilience in the Himalaya

17.00 Close

18.00 Evening Conference on Sustainable Development in the Himalaya 

20.00 Reception

21.00 Close

HI sponsors and affiliates