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THE SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 2016

INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT SHORT COURSES

WHY CHOOSE

INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AT UEA? International Development UEA has pioneered research, training and consultancy in international development for nearly 50 years. It works with a range of clients including national and international development agencies, governments and NGOs. International Development UEA is the ideal broad-based multidisciplinary environment in which to undertake training. The faculty has a wide range of academic disciplines with an intensive engagement in development practice through academic funded research and consultancy in many development arenas and geographical regions. The University of East Anglia is an internationally renowned university on a distinctive and attractive campus just outside the historic city of Norwich. Our research led short courses seek to educate, inform and promote discussion and networking between participants and our researchers. They provide cutting edge training on the most pertinent and relevant topics in international development. Join us!

THE SHORT COURSES 16–27 MAY 2016

FOREST GOVERNANCE OPERATIONALISING EQUITY AND JUSTICE IN REDD+, PES AND FLEGT

4–7

6–17 JUNE 2016

IMPACT EVALUATION FOR EVIDENCE-BASED POLICY IN DEVELOPMENT

8–11

20–24 JUNE 2016

WATER SECURITY FOR POLICY MAKERS AND PRACTITIONERS

12–15

20 JUNE – 1 JULY 2016

RESEARCHING GENDER – CONCEPTS AND METHODS

16–19

4–11 JULY 2016

CLIMATE CHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT

20–23

HOW TO APPLY | 24 BESPOKE TRAINING | 25 SCHOLARSHIPS | 26 NORWICH | 27

EMAIL [email protected] | TELEPHONE +44 (0)1603 592340 www.uea.ac.uk/international-development/professional-training Training and Skills Development Office, International Development UEA, University of East Anglia, Norwich Research Park, Norwich NR4 7TJ

www.uea.ac.uk/international-development/professional-training

INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT SHORT COURSES 2016 | 3

FOREST GOVERNANCE

OPERATIONALISING EQUITY AND JUSTICE IN REDD+, PES AND FLEGT

16–27 MAY 2016 | 20 places

TARGET AUDIENCE This course is designed for managerial level professionals of government institutions, civil society organisations, donor agencies, international organisations and the private sector who are involved in negotiating agreements and/or designing, implementing and monitoring forest governance schemes such as REDD+, PES and FLEGT.

THE COURSE FEE £3,100 – this includes all tuition, Bed and Breakfast accommodation, daily lunches and refreshments.

COURSE DIRECTOR The course is directed by Dr Oliver Springate-Baginski. A collaborative arrangement between UEA and the Centre for People and Forests (RECOFTC) enables us to bring together world leading researchers and practitioners, and ensures a grounded approach for facilitating the operationalisation of justice in forest governance schemes.

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT The course is conducted in English. Full competence in English, written and spoken is an essential requirement.

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JUSTICE MATTERS IN FOREST GOVERNANCE Policy debates and on-the-ground work on new forest governance schemes, such as Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+), Payments for Environmental Services (PES) and Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT), increasingly focus on the need to enhance equity and serve the essential rights and needs of people. These justice concerns are particularly expressed in discussions on the recognition of rights, participation of stakeholders, sharing of benefits, and development of grievance mechanisms. Whilst there is a growing understanding of the value of social justice in forest governance, creating a win-win environment for