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Empowering Women In and Through Foreign Policy

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  • Wed 26 Jun 2019 09.00 - 18.00
  • Thu 27 Jun 2019 09.00 - 18.00
  • Fri 28 Jun 2019 09.00 - 18.00
  Add to Calendar 2019-06-26 9:00 2019-06-28 18:00 Europe/Paris Empowering Women In and Through Foreign Policy

This Executive Training focuses on the impact of gender in shaping international relations and on the development of a feminist foreign policy. By challenging the prevailing conceptions of foreign policy, participants will acquire skills and tools on how to apply systematic gender quality perspectives in their daily international work. By combining input session from well-known experts in the field, soft skills sessions, case studies, individual and group work, this training aims to train professionals involved in foreign policy-making, policy advice, as well as research on the links between foreign policy and gender, as well civil society actors engaged in promoting gender equality. Participants will: - Analyse models, methods and practices of women empowerment in foreign policy sector; - Understand and analyze global political issues and the behaviour of different actors from gender sensitive perspectives; - Discuss and critically analyze conceptions and developments of a feminist foreign policy including in the domains of security, foreign aid and trade and development; - Learn skills of gender mainstreaming, leadership, conflict management and negotiation within the field of international relations and foreign policy. Fees: 1,300 € (10% reduction for early registrations by 10th April) A discount of 25% will be applied to the charges for international European and national civil servants, as well as to members of the NGOs. The fees cover the cost of the course as well as coffee and lunch breaks. Travel and hotel costs are not included in the fees. Full or partial fee-waivers, as well as a limited number of scholarships, will be available on merit or needs basis. The deadline for applications is 30th May.

Madrid, Escuela Diplomatica DD/MM/YYYY
  Madrid, Escuela Diplomatica

This Executive Training focuses on the impact of gender in shaping international relations and on the development of a feminist foreign policy. By challenging the prevailing conceptions of foreign policy, participants will acquire skills and tools on how to apply systematic gender quality perspectives in their daily international work. By combining input session from well-known experts in the field, soft skills sessions, case studies, individual and group work, this training aims to train professionals involved in foreign policy-making, policy advice, as well as research on the links between foreign policy and gender, as well civil society actors engaged in promoting gender equality. Participants will: - Analyse models, methods and practices of women empowerment in foreign policy sector; - Understand and analyze global political issues and the behaviour of different actors from gender sensitive perspectives; - Discuss and critically analyze conceptions and developments of a feminist foreign policy including in the domains of security, foreign aid and trade and development; - Learn skills of gender mainstreaming, leadership, conflict management and negotiation within the field of international relations and foreign policy. Fees: 1,300 € (10% reduction for early registrations by 10th April) A discount of 25% will be applied to the charges for international European and national civil servants, as well as to members of the NGOs. The fees cover the cost of the course as well as coffee and lunch breaks. Travel and hotel costs are not included in the fees. Full or partial fee-waivers, as well as a limited number of scholarships, will be available on merit or needs basis. The deadline for applications is 30th May.


Location:
Madrid, Escuela Diplomatica

Affiliation:
School of Transnational Governance

Type:
Executive Training Seminar

Contact:
Silvia Dell'Acqua (School of Transnational Governance) - Send a mail

Organiser:
Ruth Rubio Marín

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