The ISPI Winter and Summer School offer students, graduates, and young professionals the opportunity to get closer to major international issues through a catalog of intensive short courses on topics such as: Development and Cooperation Humanitarian Emer
- Milan, Italy
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Program Description:
- Monitoring and evaluation are the main tools for the management of humanitarian aid projects. Those who tell us whether we are doing a good job, whether we got the results, whether the solutions we have chosen are effective, whether we are doing the right thing.
Unfortunately, they are often used in a bureaucratic way, just to fulfill contractual obligations and not to learn from the mistakes and the successes, and to improve the quality of interventions.
Led by highly experienced assessors, the course provides a solid theoretical foundation on the principles, methods and techniques used in the monitoring and evaluation of projects, and a practical guide to design and implement an evaluation: terms of reference, data collection, quantitative methods and qualitative identification of the actors, participatory techniques, analysis, reporting, and so on. Several case studies will enrich and complete the training.
The course is based on the model of ALNAP "Evaluating Humanitarian Action."
The course is useful to the Diploma in Emergency and humanitarian action.
The ISPI Winter and Summer School offer students, graduates, and young professionals the opportunity to get closer to major international issues through a catalog of intensive short courses on topics such as: Development and Cooperation Humanitarian Emergencies European Affairs Microfinance Human Rights Project Planning Geopolitical Areas The Winter School provides courses of 15 hours each, offered on weekends (Friday and Saturday from 9.30am to 6.30pm). The Summer School provides courses of 15 hours each offered in July and September, developed on two days each (Monday / Tuesday, Wednesday / Thursday, Friday / Saturday) from 9.30am to 6.30pm. The program allows participation to a maximum of three courses per week. The multidisciplinary approach adopted allows an analysis of the historical, political, legal, economic, and cultural issues addressed, providing participants with the necessary tools for further studies. The "traditional" teaching approach is supplemented by testimonials, tutorials, simulations, illustrations, case studies, as well as the active involvement of participants through group work. The ISPI Winter and Summer School courses are recognized by some universities in Lombardy, in order to obtain credits. The Summer School ISPI is also partner of the Summer School of Milan. Thanks to this agreement, each student who attends the Summer School courses ISPI will receive a card with which you can get discounts at various exhibitions and museums of Milan.
- Setting Description:
- Founded in 1934, ISPI is one of the oldest and most prestigious international relations institutes in Italy, with its headquarters in Palazzo Clerici, Milan. It is a private law association, granted the status of non-profit-making body in 1972, and operates under the supervision of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs. Where the management is concerned, it is under the control of the Ministry of Economy and Finance, and the State Auditors’ Court. ISPI’s scientific output has always been distinguished by a sound pragmatic approach, based on monitoring the various geo-political areas and interpreting the major trends in progress on the global scene, so as to provide political and economic operators with reliable information and guidance. Its interdisciplinary nature is guaranteed by the close collaboration of specialists in economics, politics, law, history and strategic studies (from both academic and non-academic circles) and by partnerships with prestigious institutions and research cent
- The EUR 200 course fee includes all instructional materials