Course to teach NGO management

The Centre for Charity Effectiveness at Cass Business School is starting a postgraduate programme in international NGO management in October.

Dr John Hailey, the course director, who has worked with overseas aid charities for 25 years, said that the "extraordinary management challenges" of operating internationally in "complex and volatile settings with limited resources" had to be addressed.

He said: "The course is a complete development programme for managers who wish to gain a sound understanding of people, strategies and leadership in the context of international NGOs."

Paul Palmer, professor of voluntary sector management at the school, part of City University, said: "There are plenty of courses on NGO development, but they are about policy - this is about management."

The programme will cater for 10 students a year.

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