[governance] New online course on Negotiation Skills

Ginger Paque gpaque at gmail.com
Wed Jul 19 11:19:57 EDT 2017

I'll be taking this course -- I think it is going to be very valuable for
multistakeholder work in IG. Take a look. A great resource for many of us
in dealing with policy processes.

Cheers, Ginger

*Interactive Online course*
*Negotiation Skills*

Non-traditional areas of diplomacy (education diplomacy, health diplomacy,
Internet governance, humanitarian diplomacy, development diplomacy, and
more) require the use of diplomatic skills to build bridges across sectors,
diverse actors, and borders.

Negotiation Skills is a practical, interactive course that equips
participants to successfully prepare, undertake, and conclude negotiations
in a variety of formal and informal settings with government and
non-government actors alike. The course introduces the concept and
principles of negotiation and reflects on the role of power and empathy in
negotiation. It introduces key skills supported by case studies and
practical learning activities, including an online simulation exercise.

The course is offered by DiploFoundation and the Center for Education
initiative of the Association for Childhood Education International

This new online course starts on *18 September 2017*. The application
deadline is *21 August 2017*.


*Who should apply?*

The course is aimed at participants from government and non-government
sectors engaged or interested in various fields of diplomacy, such as
education diplomacy, health diplomacy, Internet governance, humanitarian
diplomacy, and development diplomacy. Applications from relevant government
ministries, the business sector, and civil society will be welcome.

The following groups may find the course particularly relevant:

•      Officials from relevant ministries
•      Staff of international organisations and NGOs, civil society, and
the private sector working on or interested in relevant issues including
education, Internet governance, health, humanitarian issues, etc.
•      Graduate students interested in international affairs, international
development, education, human rights, and other relevant issues
•      Educators interested in learning about international issues in
education and the workings of diplomacy as it relates to education

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