This course is organised under auspices the of the Finnish Centre of Expertise in Comprehensive Crisis Management in Tuusula 09.-14.06.2013.
Civilian, police and military senior level experts with previous or current experience from civilian and/or military crisis management and peace operations. In addition, experts with international work experience concerning gender, human rights, child protection, project management and humanitarian aid are encouraged to apply as prospective experts for future civilian crisis management missions.
To apply, please fill in the application form and send it to email@example.com latest Tuesday, 30.04. 2013.
The course will enhance the knowledge and understanding concerning the comprehensive crisis management approach, and collaboration, coordination and coherence among the different actors, namely military, civilian crisis management, humanitarian and development aid actors in a crisis/conflict area. The course will enhance the participants’ understanding of
- the differences between concepts and terminology concerning integrated and comprehensive crisis management by UN, EU, NATO, AU
- the framework and different time phases of comprehensive crisis management
- the different roles, concepts and framework of operations used by the different actors in a crisis/conflict area
- how and why should we take into consideration the local context (culture, gender issues, human security, etc.) when working in a crisis mission
- the synergies and entry points for cooperation among different actors in order to reduce overlap and to increase effectiveness and sustainability in a crisis/conflict area
- the ways to improve collaboration with multiple local and international actors
- the current state and future trends of EU and AU comprehensive crisis management