IRIS Sup 'offers training in applied geopolitics leading to two levels of level 7 recognized by the State (registered at RNCP), bac + 5 level: “Analyst in international strategy” and “Manager of international programs - Humanitarian and Development” .
The training leading to the Title Manager of international programs - Humanitarian and Development (bac + 5) combines the expertise in strategic and geopolitical analysis of IRIS and the experience of NGOs and recognized actors of international solidarity. The training is characterized by a common core grouping the knowledge and skills at the heart of the profession of humanitarian manager and three paths:operational journey
advocacy and communication of influenceThis training is also offered remotely.
Our partners on projects since 2014: Action against Hunger, Alima, Doctors of the World, Solidarity International, MSF Access Campaign, First Emergency, The Nubian Vault, MakeSense, Global Health Action, Libraries Without Borders, The Chain of Hope. ..
Some impacts, structural changes and transformations can not happen without advocacy and influence strategies. In a world where softpower becomes more and more important, it is essential to know this form of power, to analyze it and to tame it.
This path allows students to develop a political intelligence. Dreadful lawyers of the most vulnerable, graduates from this course will be able to analyze the actors' game; to influence the drivers and agents of change, and to build relevant and effective influence strategies, even in the most complex political environments.
Program :COMMON SECTION54 H GEOPOLITICS Analysis of international news Middle East and North Africa Sahelian and sub-Saharan Africa South East Asia Russia and countries of the former Soviet Union Latin, Central America and the Caribbean Conferences
5 PM STRATEGIC ANALYSIS METHODS AND TECHNIQUES Structural analysis Morphological analysis Scoping, analysis of the actors' game Strategic planning: MAO and TESTs
HUMANITARIAN ECOSYSTEM 49 H The Future of Aid Social and solidarity economy Coordination with civil society organizations History and evolution of the humanitarian ecosystem Elements of international organization IHL International protection of refugees, internally displaced persons and stateless persons Gender and self guarding Environment Aid financing: trends, impact and alternative Networks, Consortia and Alliances
GCP AND 95 H PROGRAMMING Programming methodology (GCP, strategic prospective) Application and practice of programming Application and practice of mentoring programming Teaming Up Projects Monitoring and evaluation, theory (GCP) Application and practice "Monitoring and evaluation" Potential donors, agenda analysis Financing, ethics and budget construction, theory Application and practice "Financing, ethics and budget construction", mentoring Innovative financing: patronage, crowdfunding and sponsorship
MEMORY 6 H Memory methodology
PREPARING FOR WORK LIFE 9:00 P.M. Professional positioning 360 °, team building, empowerment & Leadership, theory 360 ° application and practice, "Team Building, Empowerment & Leadership" Professional experience: internship, professionalization contract, civic service, etc. (455 hrs minimum) Word-Excel improvement (online) Language skills (with 7Speaking)Advocacy and influence communication course - 83 HIDENTIFICATION AND MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES Funding tools: identification of potential donors Financing tools: framework contracts ODA financing Human Resource Management Data identification and processing
TECHNICAL EXPERTISE Application and practice of programming, mentoring Posture, legitimacy, negotiation Activism and activism at the service of advocacy Lobbying & mobilization of decision-makers Communication and media training tools Citizen mobilization
POLITICAL COMPLEXITIES History of advocacy, its success Multilateral institutions, bilateralism and non-state actors International negotiation The French Parliament / The finance law The institutions of the European Union Analysis of a CICID document