Security
Global Issues
16 November, 2020 to 11 December, 2020
Online

Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace

This four-week course aims at equipping participants with the tools to conduct localised climate risk assessments and integrate them into programmatic planning throughout the stages of a peacebuilding programme life-cycle.

The programme will enable its participants to strengthen their awareness of the risks that climate change poses to international peace and security as well as local peacebuilding interventions. Participants will gain an understanding of approaches, instruments and tools to reduce and mitigate structural governance vulnerabilities compounded by climate change in peacebuilding interventions.

By combining analytical methodologies, webinars and tutored writing exercises, this course will boost the ability to analyse and adopt a climate-sensitive lens into peacebuilding programming, through a partnership between the think thank adelphi and UNSSC. The course will assist practitioners in identifying entry points and will provide guidance as to how to strengthen programming for social cohesion, inclusive governance systems and address exclusion and marginalisation.

For more information, please visit the course’s homepage.

 

[This description was taken from unssc.org.]

 

Previously, adelphi hosted a series of webinars as part of UNSSC's 'Coffee Hours' online offerings. To learn more, please visit the following links to each session: Part I, Part II, and Part III.