Monday, June 24, 2013

International course on competing claims and natural resources

Managing conflict over the use of natural resources 
Conventional approaches tend to perceive either the state, or the community, or the market as being capable of offering easy solutions to resource conflicts. Practice, however proves different. To deal with conflicting interests and power imbalances, you will need a competing claims approach on natural resources. This two week course provides you with tools for natural resource management, based on extensive research. You will apply them directly to case studies provided by participants. Read more

Interested candidates can apply to Centre for Development Innovation, Wageninen UR for admission to the training.

Course date:     03 - 14 March 2014
Deadline NFP:   01 October 2013
Deadline:          20 Jan 2014

For more information and registration follow this link.
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NFP Fellowships

For this course there is a limited number of fellowships available from Nuffic - the Netherlands Fellowship Programme (NFP) for nationals of certain countries. In order to apply for this NFP fellowship, you have to register through the Nuffic Scholarship Online (SOL) system. SOL opens August 01.

Applications for NFP fellowships should be submitted before 01 October 2013. You will be informed by Nuffic whether your application has been accepted. More information on the NFP fellowships.

Please note that if you intend to apply for a NFP fellowship, you must also register for this course at CDI. A complete application consist of both a registration for this course and a submited application for a NFP Fellowship.
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