Events Calendar

Below is a calendar of upcoming NGO community events organized by InterAction, its members, or partners. Events are searchable by date, issue, and type. If you would like to post an event to the calendar, contact us for more information.

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Upcoming EVENTS

E.g., Dec 13, 2017
E.g., Dec 13, 2017
Friday, January 26, 2018
This one-day training will explore the concept of resilience as something a person does, rather than something a person is. The training will elaborate and describe (in a practical way)  the idea of resilient performance while assisting participants in the development of a personal strategy to improve their ability to function, respond, and learn when facing expected or unexpected stressful...
Saturday, January 27, 2018
This course introduces the notion that formal governments exert authority only within broader governance systems in which individuals and groups representing diverse interests also exert authority. The course explores how the dynamic roles, rules, and relationships among these actors shape complex governance systems that we can understand through the application of locally tailored field research...
Friday, February 2, 2018
Drawing on current best practices in the field, this course teaches practical skills that enable armed and unarmed actors in violent conflicts to prevent and mitigate abuses toward civilians. The course will train participants in tools such as vulnerability and risk assessments, approaches to program design and more. Participants will engage in role plays and other scenario-based exercises. -...
Thursday, February 8, 2018 to Friday, February 9, 2018
To effectively prevent and counter violent extremist propaganda, individuals and organizations that work on the PVE/CVE space must be equipped to engage violent extremists, influencers and potential recruits in the digital space through traditional and social media “campaigns” that are built with the same types of tools and techniques used by violent extremists. Social media and traditional media...

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