Roles and Functions of NGOs (8 Weeks) (NGO301)
|Spring 2015||Summer 2015||Fall 2015|
- Saturday 09:00-11:20
- Tokyo (Maps & Directions)
This course is not offered during Spring 2015. Please see the schedule on the leftabove for future availability.
NGO 301 is a skills-based course focusing on the approaches and strategies used by nonprofit NGOs to deal with a wide range of issues. After an introduction to the development and state of nonprofit NGOs, we focus on: service provision, education and information dissemination, research, training and empowerment, community organizing, advocacy and economic justice. Weekly online reading assignments introduce basic skills, techniques, issues and case studies and research on NGO helps participants understand diverse methods for dealing with complex issues.This class is run in a workshop format including presentation, discussion and role-play activities. Participants are expected to be active in class discussion, group work and complete a class project. Anyone interested in broadening their nonprofit organizational skills and learning specifically about what nonprofit NGOs do is encouraged to join this course.
This course applies to the following certificate(s):
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