MINELRES: CfA: International Training for Policymakers: Managing Conflicts and Urban Development in Multiethnic Communities, MMCP LGI, Budapest, May 18-23, 2009

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Sun Feb 1 11:35:03 2009

Original sender: Meghan Simpson <lgiresearch@osi.hu>

The Managing Multiethnic Communities Program (MMCP) of the Local
Government and Public Service Reform Initiative (LGI) of the Open
Society Institute (OSI) - Budapest, Hungary announces a call for
applications for a six-day introductory training on ethnic diversity and
urban development.

Venue: Budapest, Hungary
Dates: May 18-23, 2009
Deadline for application: March 6, 2009
Selection notification: March 18, 2009

Trainers: Katalin Pallai and Ana Vasilache

* Public policymakers and public managers from local or national
* Policy advisors, consultants, urban planners, and project managers
working on EU-funded projects from national or international
* Trainers of local governments and faculty staff from public
administration and public policy higher education
This training will present recent thinking and practice in addressing
social/economic inequalities and participatory planning and constructive
conflict management tools. It will combine personal and institutional
approaches and will build participants' knowledge and skills as needed
to manage effectively multiethnic communities. The workshop is based on
participatory and experiential learning methods and makes use of real
life case studies.

The working language for this training is English.

For more information and to apply, please visit: http://lgi.osi.hu (see:
Events) or directly to: http://lgi.osi.hu/documents.php?id=2425.

This training is part of an on-going series of Diversity Trainings
offered by MMCP. For more information on MMCP, visit:

Thank you for helping MMCP circulate this announcement!

Meghan Simpson

Research Associate
Local Government and Public Service Reform Initiative
Open Society Institute Budapest, Hungary
email: lgiresearch@osi.hu
web: http://lgi.osi.hu

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