Events, workshops and trainings
The Diaspora Programme offers a range of workshops and courses for diaspora organizations and volunteers. See our upcoming arrangements below, and sign up!
Events organized by Diaspora Programme
No more courses are planned for 2018. Spring workshops and trainings will be posted in March. Keep an eye on our website or follow us on facebook for more updates www.facebook.com/diaspora.programme
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Accountability gennem feedback- og klage mekanismer i nødhjælpsindsatser
Feedback- og klage systemer kan være med til at sikre at vi som organisationer og som sektor kan holdes ansvarlig af de mennesker vi ønsker at hjælpe. Samtidig kan den øgede ansvarlighed være med til at styrke relevansen af vores indsatser. Feedback- og klage systemer skal dog være effektive for at kunne have den ønsket effekt.
På dette fyraftensmøde besvares spørgsmål som; hvordan sætter jeg en klagemekanisme op der virker effektivt netop til den målgruppe og i den kontekst jeg arbejder med? Er der nogle metoder til det, som er bedre end andre? Hvem er ansvarlig i mit projekt til at behandle indkomne klager og hvordan dokumenterer jeg håndtering af dem?
Dato: Onsdag den 21.11.2018
Tid: kl. 16:30 til 19:30
Sted: Vartov, Opgang H, Farvergade 27, 1463 København K
Deltagelse koster 50 kr. Du kan tilmelde dig på CISUs hjemmeside.
Online courses and webinars
DEMAC E-learning: Diaspora Humanitarian Training
This online training course has been created by DEMAC to provide diaspora responders with information, tools and guidance for enhancing a humanitarian response.
The course is made up of 3 modules which will take 125 minutes in total (extra time may be taken to complete activities in a supporting workbook) and you will be able to download a certificate after you have completed all the modules and the feedback form.
Learn more about the course at DEMAC website.
Access the course at Kaya Connect.
Diaspora e-mentoring for local aid actors
Are you interested in providing or getting support in Finance, Proposal development or perhaps Advocacy?!
DEMAC’s online mentoring initiative provides the opportunity for Syrian, Somali, Sierra Leonean and Nigerian Diaspora individuals, companies or NGOs to share their knowledge, skills and experience with local organisations in country of origin or fellow diaspora organisations looking to improve their skills to be able to better deliver aid to the affected communities.
Through online peer-to-peer support, knowledge-sharing and guidance, both the mentors and the mentees will get the opportunity to strengthen their skills, boost their confidence and together help foster further development in their home country.
What are the topics of support?
- Finance (Creating budgets, monitoring spending, creating financial reports, etc)
- HR (Recruitment procedures, contracting employees, onboarding, etc)
- Procurement (Procurement procedures, contract types, due diligence, etc.)
- Fundraising (finding the right channels of funding, etc.)
- Proposal Development (Applications, LFA, etc)
- Report writing (narrative and/or financial reports, etc.)
- Advocacy (Engaging in advocacy, etc.)
- Communication (Internal and/or external communications, etc.)
- Humanitarian coordination
- Duty of care, safety and security; risk management
What is required of me?
The mentoring relationship is informal and it is up to the mentor and mentee to decide the terms and conditions. We encourage building a supportive relationship, rather than providing one-off advice. DEMAC will do the matchmaking and facilitate the first contact based on the information provided in the online application form.
Are you a Diaspora or local organization working on humanitarian assistance in Syria, Somalia, Nigeria or Sierra Leone & looking to develop your skills set, boost your confidence and enhance the overall performance of your organization?
Are you an experienced individual, company, NGO or network in the Diaspora looking at ways of offering your expertise to help further the development of a local organisation in your country of origin or a fellow diaspora organisation?