Milan, Italy

International Development Cooperation (taught in ITALIAN)

when 2 July 2014 - 3 July 2014
duration 1 week
fee EUR 200

The course offers a comprehensive overview of the history of International Cooperation, combining the precise historical, economic, political, religious, and social factors that have led to the emergence of the main actors in this field and analyzing their features within the international development cooperation, their modus operandi, their potential and the structural constraints to which they are subject. Part of the course will be devoted to analyzing the structural elements of international cooperation such as the motivations, the approaches, the different types of existing projects, the financing channels, the funds allocated to international cooperation, the different political strategies, and the techniques in preparation for the implementation of international cooperation projects. In addition a description of the evolution of the concept of development will be added, an essential element in order to understand the cultural, economic and political underpinning of international cooperation projects. Finally, the main ways to enter the world of cooperation will be analyzed.

Useful for the Diploma Course in "Development and International Cooperation."

Course leader

Javier Schunk - International Cooperation expert, ISPI

Target group

The course is intended for:
- Students
- Graduates
- Young professionals

Course aim

The aim of the course is to provide the essential guidance and supervision, in order to build a personalized course of study within the vast and complex field of international development cooperation.

Fee info

EUR 200: The EUR 200 course fee includes all instructional materials