Link to the Open University's online course on Child Rights.
Archive of the MOOC that took place in October 2018. Includes discussions. Hidden to users.
Melissa Fleming sheds light on their devastating plight and remarkable resilience of refugees.
In this course you will learn how to plan in the present for things that could happen in the future that you know may disrupt your work or your organisation's work in general. You will learn how to think disruptively and plan strategically to build a stronger strategy that is more durable and resistant to new innovations.
An hour-long recorded webinar on the role of NGOs in disaster risk reduction and the launching of the community of practice.
The purpose of these hazard atlases is to improve efforts to reduce disaster risk and respond effectively when disaster strikes. The atlases are visual tools which bring together basic information about the various hazards faced by the people of several counties in Kenya.
Created specifically for those working in the humanitarian sector, this course will help to build, and strengthen, your coaching and mentoring skills. This course also includes an additional game for participants to practice the skills they have learned in the online module.
An online self-study course to develop a good conceptual understanding of the steps involved in market assessments and basic skills in how to apply this understanding in real-life settings.
Topic Six: Grand Bargain and its impact for NGOs
Learn how to promote Sphere within your network, and how this benefits the people affected by crisis and disaster that you serve.
How to create an organisational culture of applying the Sphere approach.