Want to develop your policy-making skills in unstable environments?
Enhance your ability to conduct strategic analyses in fragile contexts, and strengthen your leadership skills to effectively influence decision-makers.
Join our online presentation of the Executive Master in Conflict and Fragility Management, and ask your questions to Alexandre Dormeier Freire, Programme Director, and Oliver Jütersonke, Head of Research of the Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP).
The presentation will be held in partnership with Graduate Institute Geneva (GIS) and the Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP).8 April | Location: onlineRegister: https://lnkd.in/dVtuYUR Read bio:
Dr Dormeier Freire is Senior lecturer at the Graduate Institute and Asian Academic Coordinator of the International Executive Master in Development Studies (IHEID, Asian Institute of Technology). Dr Dormeier Freire earned a PhD in development studies at the University of Geneva. As a sociologist, he is mainly working on educational transformations with a special focus on skills development, internationalisation of education, social inequalities, education employment relations, educational choices and dropouts in emerging countries such as Vietnam and Indonesia. He is currently working on family role in educational and training choices in Southeast Asia and on dropouts school returnees. He is a member and former scientific collaborator of the Working Group for International Cooperation in Skills Development and NORRAG (Network for Policy Research, Review and Advice on Education and Training). He is a scientific board member of the Institute for Research on Educational Development (Vietnam).
AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
-Education and training policies, educational analysis, skills development
-Knowledge society, knowledge networks
-Methods in social sciences
Oliver Jütersonke obtained a doctorate and Diplôme d’Etudes Supérieures (DES) from the Graduate Institute and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Politics from the University of Exeter. Before becoming CCDP Head of Research in 2008, he worked for six years at the Programme for Strategic and International Security Studies (PSIS). Since 2007, Oliver has also been affiliated with the Zurich University Centre for Ethics. He currently teaches courses on social inquiry and research methods for the Graduate Institute’s inter-disciplinary Master’s programmes, as well as for a number of executive education modules.
Much of his current empirical research covers peacebuilding and the complex relationships between security and development, with a particular focus on the social and spatial dynamics of urban violence and security provision. Fieldwork has taken him repeatedly to Madagascar, Rwanda and Timor-Leste. In his capacity at the CCDP, Oliver focuses his attention specifically on project design, and on innovative ways of linking research methods and agendas across the academic disciplines of the Graduate Institute, and between scholarly and policy-practitioner communities in International Geneva and beyond.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
-Security and development
-Urban violence and city planning
-Political theory and the history of ideas