The Changing Landscape: Energy, Environment, and Security
October 2-4 of 2013, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy will run a three day open enrollment seminar titled "Energy, Environment, and Security: The Changing Energy Landscape" at The Madison Hotel in Washington, D.C. The seminar will bring together distinguished Fletcher faculty and experts in Washington who are leaders in these fields. The program is interdisciplinary and will be open to professionals from all sectors: public, private, and non-profit. Please click here for more information and registration details.
Fletcher Summer Institute
Every summer The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, in coordination with the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict, brings together 45 mid-career executives for The Fletcher Summer Institute for the Advanced Study on Nonviolent Conflict; an intensive week-long course on the theory and practice of civil resistance.
Tavitian Scholarship Program
The Fletcher School, in collaboration with the Tavitian Foundation, conducts the Tavitian Scholarship Program, a six-month training program for Armenian mid-career professionals. Each program brings fifteen young Armenian professionals from similar governmental agencies to The Fletcher School. With the completion of the thirteenth program in the spring of 2012 there are now over 200 graduates of the program, holding mid‐level and senior positions within the foreign ministry, the trade ministry, the central bank, and prominent legal institutions within Armenia. The early focus of the program was on developing diplomatic skills to enable the young Republic to forge relations with other nations. The focus of the program more recently has been on encouraging business development, and helping Armenia achieve steady growth of real GDP per capita, and development of the telecom, software, banking and tourist industries. The program has also helped to bridge the development gap between the US and the South Caucasus region, bringing increased understanding and cooperation.
Center for International Environment and Resource Policy
CIERP develops and conducts executive education courses for international environmental and energy practitioners. Past courses have included international and regional programs on the Management of Sustainability and on Sustainable Development Diplomacy, taught in conjunction with the Sustainability Challenge Foundation, the Consensus Building Institute, and Wageningen University and Research Center. CIERP also runs a week-long International Programme on the Management of Sustainability (IPMS), which takes place annually in June in the Netherlands. In addition, we offer a course on international climate negotiations for G77 countries through the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) in New York, and organize other tailored courses at the request of specific agencies.
GMAP: Continuing Education
GMAP alumni have the opportunity to continue their education during the Annual Alumni Weekends. These Weekends are typically held at an international location in conjunction with GMAP’s international residencies. The Weekend comprises a two-day curriculum that explores and examines a current foreign policy issue. Distinguished GMAP faculty conduct presentations and engage alumni in discussion and lively debates. Most recently, GMAP held this program during the Midyear Residency in Lisbon, Portugal, on The Current State of the International Economy.