Certificate course in remote partnering: Commencement Exercises

Commencement Exercises for the first cohort of the Certificate course in remote partnering were held on Thursday, 5 April 2018. Download the Commencement Exercises slide deck

Why hold Commencement Exercises for a digital Scholar course?

  • Recognise achievement and progress achieved through this course.
  • Recognise that participants are beginning their remote partnering journey.
  • Present work produced to partners, colleagues, and family.
  • Come together as a community of learners with a shared interest in remote partnering.
  • Highlight the value of the Scholar methodology to support accelerated peer collaboration and higher-order learning to develop practitioner knowledge.

This public event was broadcast on the course Facebook page , with course participants and nominating organisations encouraged to share the invitation with their networks.

Commencement Address by Catherine Russ

Review of our learning journey by Reda Sadki

Participants were invited to present their Remote Partnering Plans.

Shamnaz Ahmed: Strengthening horizontal partnership for local humanitarian leadership

Sumaru Tripathee: Local humanitarian leadership development through remote partnership

Gezahegn K. Gebrehana on Improving remote partnering in 26 Sub-Saharan African countries

Maria Isabel Navarro: Reviving NW Syria Agriculture Through Remote Partnership

Closing comments – Commencement Exercises for the certificate course in remote partnering

Contributors

This course has been made possible by the contributions and enthusiasm of the following partner organisations:

  • Act Alliance
  • British Red Cross
  • Care
  • Cordaid
  • Humanitarian Leadership Academy
  • International Planned Parenthood Federation
  • Oxfam International
  • Partnership Brokers Association
  • Partnerships Resource Centre
  • PAX
  • Save the Children UK

Author: The Geneva Learning Foundation (TGLF)

The Geneva Learning Foundation (La Fondation Apprendre) is a Swiss non-profit with the mission of fostering learning innovation to tackle wicked problems.