The University of Birmingham is offering an immersive and participatory three and a half day training course, which mimics as closely as possible the real-life experience of designing, implementing and reviewing a security and justice intervention in a developing country. The course is designed to be a practical case study orientated introduction to security and justice for practitioners, exploring in detail the linkages between the security and justice sectors and the benefits and challenges of a coherent approach. Participants will be drawn from the FCO, MOD, DFID, MOJ, Home Office and from the Justice Assistance Network. Representatives from partner countries, bilateral and multilateral donors and NGOs are also invited to participate. For more information, please see this course material.
The courses run on the following dates:
13 – 17 May 2012
10 – 14 June 2012
9 – 13 September 2012
The course is fully funded by the UK Government and there is no fee for HMG staff (those working for the UK Government), representatives of partner country governments, bilateral and multilateral donors, and civil society and NGOs. Accommodation, meals and course materials will be provided free of charge for the duration of the course. Please note that participants/employers are responsible for international or domestic travel costs to and from the course venue in Birmingham.