Offer: Netherland Fellowship Program for Training on ‘Facilitating Multi-Stakeholder Processes and Social Learning’ 2014
Deadline: 4 February 2014
Netherland Fellowship Program (NFP) is accepting fellowship applications for training on ‘Facilitating Multi-Stakeholder Processes and Social Learning: Using Participatory Approaches for Institutional Change – Multiple Stakeholders, Multiple Interests’ being held from 29 September to 17 October 2014.
Major objective of the fellowship program is to help government and non-government professionals participate in multi-stakeholder processes and social learning which allow them find innovative solutions to complex problems.
Training course Facilitating Multi-stakeholder Processes and Social Learning organized by Wageningen UR Center for Development Innovation, the Netherlands, offers a platform for stakeholders meet, share experiences, learn together and contribute to decisions that ultimately leads to a collective commitment and capacity to turn ideas and plans into action.
NFP Fellowship covers travel, accommodation, tuition fee and insurance.
We welcome participants who are involved, or will be involved in the future, in the facilitation of multi-stakeholder processes. You may work for an NGO, government, private sector organisation, research facility, university or consultancy and you are in the challenging position to design, facilitate or participate in MSP's.
Wageningen UR Center for Development Innovation training courses are designed for participants with at least a BSc-level (or equal by study or work) and a minimum of three years of relevant working experience. Participants must be proficient in English.
Individuals working in non-government organization, government, private sector organization, research facility, university or consultancy and in the challenging position to design, facilitate or participate in MSP’s are eligible to apply.
To be eligible for NFP Fellowship, applicants must be government or non-government professionals who are the nationals of and work and live in NFP Country with at least three years experience and is nominated by her/his employer with clear need for training within the context of organization.
Applicants must register for short-course at Center for Development Innovation (CDI).
Nuffic sends an admission letter with instructions on how to apply for a NFP fellowship at Nuffic once the application for short course is received at CDI.
Eligible candidates can apply for NFP through Nuffic system, Scholarship Online (SOL).
For more information, please visit Facilitating Multi-stakeholder Processes and Social Learning course announcement page in Wageningen UR CDI.
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