PG1311 Nov - 15 NovDubai$3950Register

This training programme focuses on non-state actors in International politics. Emphasis is on the debates about global civil society, definition and impact on international relations between states. We will examine the role of international non-governmental states (INGOs), transactional advocacy networks (TANs) and transnational social movement organizations (TSMOs).

Who Should Attend?

This training programme is suitable for those working in NGO’s, INGO’s, TSMO’s, Civil societies, intergovernmental and state organizations.

Course Objectives

This training programme will enable the delegates to:

  • Acknowledge major actors in IR on key global issues described as human rights, security, environment and economic development
  • Examine the effect of different models of non-governmental organizations such as research, industry, charity, professional, advocacy on corporations, states and intergovernmental organizations around the world
  • Understand civil society that operates internationally
  • Develop the ability to discover the ways in which different INGOs recognize and define the problems surrounding these global issues

Course Outline

Module I

  • Introduction
  • Global Civil Society: Definition and role in International relations (IR)
  • Description: INGOs and the Organization of World Culture
  • Global Civil Society: The organizational forms
  • International Law and NGOs

Module II

  • Introduction to Transnational Activist Networks
  • Activists Beyond Borders: Description
  • International institutions: Roles
  • Transnational Politics: Overview

Module III

  • Understanding Sovereignty, Democracy and Global Civil Society
  • Global Democracy: Social Movements
  • Impact of civil society and state-society relation

Module IV

  • Civil society and United Nations (UN)
  • Description: Bargaining over sovereignty
  • Description: Is Global Civil Society transforming global democracy?

Module V

  • Human Rights: An overview
  • Human Rights Advocacy Networks In Latin America: Description
  • Description: What shapes the agendas of Human Rights INGOs?
  • Understanding Transnational Information Politics

Module VI

Access to international supporters: Description and Overview

Description: Marketing Rebellion

Module VII

Gender Mainstreaming: Overview

Policy Diffusion and transnational networks

Module VIII

Human Trafficking: Introduction

Human Rights and the current problems

Module IX

  • Environment: Overview
  • Understanding Environmental Advocacy Networks
  • Civil Politics and Environmental Activism
  • Environmental Activism and World Civic Politics: Politics Beyond the State

Module X

  • Environment and Current Problems Overview
  • Understanding Poverty, Development, and Humanitarian Assistance
  • Activism and Poverty
  • Description: North-South Divide
  • Uneven Geography of Global Civil Society: Description
  • Description: Humanitarian Assistance
  • African Conflicts and Humanitarian International NGOs

Conflict management and humanitarian assistance

Module XI

  • Civil Society and Global Economy
  • Civil Society and global economic system
  • Understanding The NGO Scramble
  • Global Civil Society: Limits
  • Summary

General Notes

  • All our courses can be facilitated as Customized In-House Training course.
  • Course duration is flexible and the contents can be modified to fit any number of days.
  • As for Open Enrolment Courses, we offer our clients the flexibility to chose the location, date, and time and our team of experts who are spread around the globe will assist in facilitating the course.
  • The course fee includes facilitation, training materials, 2 coffee breaks, buffet lunch and a Certificate of successful completion of Training.
  • FREE Consultation and Coaching provided during and after the course.

Course Curriculum

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