This course is currently offered in English, however participants who are more comfortable with French will have the option to write and submit some course assignments and the final research paper in French.
Alumni member Dolf van Muijen from the Netherlands Red Cross explained how the course was both inspiring and enabling due to the interaction with highly experienced tutors and other participants from diverse backgrounds. The course allowed him to take a step back from his day-to-day work to reflect on his practice and how it fits into a wider humanitarian diplomacy strategy.
Rachel Banfield, Advocacy, Policy and Research Advisor at the New Zealand Red Cross, writes 'I’m really glad I did the course and have found it very valuable for my day to day work, particularly as, working for a small National Society, I’m the only person here focusing on advocacy. It was a great way to build networks of people doing similar things – I visited British Red Cross when I was in London recently and also spoke to my counterpart at NorCross which was incredibly helpful for a similar humanitarian diplomacy campaign we are doing here.'
Visit the course webpage to read more and apply online by 11 January 2016.