Held during the CCHN World Summit, this three-day Advanced Professional Certificate is designed in collaboration with
Held during the CCHN World Summit, this three-day Advanced Professional Certificate is designed in collaboration with Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, experts and operational partners. It aims to foster the creation of an informal space for professional learning and exchange on multidimensional impacts of emerging issues that impacted vulnerable populations. It provides structures to develop operational and policy approaches across agencies and contexts.
👉 Applications for the Global Peer Workshop must be submitted via the CCHN World Summit application form.
⚠️ This event is only for members of our Community of Practice who have completed a Peer Workshop.
Topics to be covered
The Advanced Professional Certificate will focus on:
- Deconstructing humanitarian negotiations, the role of a negotiator and the role of a mandator
- Sense-making negotiation techniques with the Cynefin framework
- Typology by relationship, object and objective
- Leveraging facts and norms
- Risk management, mitigation and leveraging in humanitarian negotiation
- Negotiating norms
Structure and Time Commitment
There Advanced Professional Certificate will take place from Tuesday, 29 June to Thursday, 1 July from 07:30 to 11:00 AM (Geneva Time).
Virtual presence during these hours is mandatory for all participants to receive a certificate of participation.
The Advanced Professional Certificate program is based on experience-based learning. It requires a conscious effort of participants to have informal exchanges on their own negotiation experiences. Through sharing experiences, participants learn from the successes and failures of others. They are also introduced to effective ways to support their peers in a negotiation process.
June 29 (Tuesday) 7:30 am - July 1 (Thursday) 11:00 am(GMT+02:00) View in my time
Our Advanced Professional Certificate is designed to serve CCHN community members who have already completed a Peer Workshop and are familiar with the standard CCHN tools and methods from the Field Manual. The Advanced Professional Certificate is generally for middle to senior managers working on a humanitarian response with a minimum of 5 – 7 years of relevant experience.
As space is limited, we will select participants on the basis of information provided in the designated application.
Participants are expected to commit to completing the full course onsite in a designated location, or alternatively online, depending on the selected method of participation.
It is free of charge to the selected participants.
Project Manager – Research and Development
Join Our Community
The Peer Workshop Program serves as a gateway to a global community of frontline negotiators. More than 1,800 field practitioners have already joined the Program and stayed connected through CCHN Connect – a community-powered forum on humanitarian negotiation. By joining this community, participants get exclusive access to Specialized Sessions, the Training of Facilitators, Peer Circle Program as well as thematic retreats.