Partners, Faculty & Staff

The international dimension of the DPP is reflected in the geographic diversity of its partner institutions and lecturers. Whether in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Middle East or in Geneva, professors/experts from both the Graduate Institute and partner institutions collaborate on teaching. There is also close collaboration with regional universities, bilateral agencies, NGO’s, public administrations and international organisations.

Burkina Faso  |  Ghana  |  Kyrgyzstan  |  Peru  | Qatar | Switzerland | Thailand

Burkina Faso, Ouagadougou

Yam Pukri

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Organisation pionnière en Afrique de l'Ouest francophone en matière de formation, information et appui conseils en technologies de l'information et de la communication, Yam Pukri qui signifie en langue nationale Mooré 'Eveil de la conscience' existe depuis 1997.

Basée au Burkina Faso et intervenant partout en Afrique et majoritairement au Burkina, au Niger et au Mali, Yam Pukri accompagne des organisations de la société civile, des institutions nationales et internationales dans leurs travaux à composante numérique et joue un rôle d'incubateur et de réseau de partage d'informations sur les TIC à travers son site portail burkina-ntic.net. Elle assure le country gateway, c'est-à-dire le portail pays sur le développement au Burkina, en collaboration avec la Development Gateway Foundation mis en place par la Banque Mondiale depuis 2006 (http://www.faso-dev.net).

Yam Pukri travaille en collaboration avec l'Institut Panafricain du Développement, Afrique de l'Ouest et du Sahel (IPD-AOS), ainsi qu'avec l'Institut Supérieur de Technologies Appliquées (Techno-LAB ISTA), au Mali, qui a longtemps été le partenaire du DPP en Afrique francophone. 

Contact
Sylvestre Ouedraogo et Leticia Son/Gandema
Tel: +226 25 37 38 74
dpp.ouagadougou@gmail.com
http://www.yam-pukri.org/

EQUIPE et enseignants
 

  • Dominique Rossier - Coordinatrice académique régionale pour l’Afrique francophone

  • Sylvestre Ouedraogo - Directeur de Yam Pukri, Chercheur à l’Université de Ouagadougou

  • Christophe Gironde - Chargé d'enseignement et de recherche en études du développement (IHEID)

  • Jean-Michel Servet - Professeur honoraire en études du développement (IHEID)

  • Mahaman Tidjani Alou - Professeur agrégé de science politique à l’Université Abdou Moumouni de Niamey

  • Younoussa Touré - Anthropologue, Directeur de recherche à l’Université de Bamako

  • Amélie Zio - Coordinatrice de Yam Pukri

  • Leticia Son - Chargée de suivi-évaluation des projets de Yam Pukri

  • Daouda Diakité - Promoteur et président de TechnoLAB-ISTA

  • Sékou Dairou Ballo - Directeur des études de TechnoLAB-ISTA

Ghana, Accra

University of Ghana Business School (UGBS)

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As the pioneer institution in business education in Ghana, the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS) is highly rated and recognised as a centre of academic excellence in the West African sub-region.

UGBS is focused on developing quality human resource capacity and leaders through the provision of world-class management education and relevant cutting edge research to meet national and global development needs.

The School's executive education outfit, UGBS-Executive Development (UGBS-ED), provides executive training and tailored programmes to executives and senior managers across various sectors, while its Enterprise Development Service (EDS) specialises in providing business development, business advisory and consulting to a wide range of enterprises.

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Contact
Gifty Enchill
Tel: +233 503 394 283
geenchill@ug.edu.gh
http://www.ugbs.ug.edu.gh

Faculty & Staff

 

  • Matteo Guidotti - Regional Academic Coordinator for English-speaking Africa

  • Abdul-Gafaru Abdulai - Senior Lecturer in the Department of Public Administration (UGBS), and Honorary Research Fellow at the Global Development Institute, University of Manchester (UK)

  • Mohammed-Anwar Sadat Adam - Development Practitioner, Consultant and Researcher

  • Daniele Fino - Consultant and ex director of the DPP programme

  • Oliver Jütersonke - Head of Research at the Centre on Conflict, Development &  Peacebuilding (IHEID)

  • Akosua Keseboa Darkwah - Senior Lecturer in the Department of Sociology of the University of Ghana

  • Lord Mawuko-Yevugah - Senior Lecturer/Coordinator, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration

  • Ebo Turkson - Senior Lecturer in the Department of Economics, University of Ghana

  • Marjorie Beeko - Business Development Manager, UGBS

  • Mario Nartey - Programme Administrator, UGBS

  • Gifty Enchill - Business Development Manager, UGBS

  • Theophilus Wegbe - Programme Officer, UGBS

Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek

American University of Central Asia (AUCA)

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Founded in 1993, the American University of Central Asia (AUCA) is an international, multi-disciplinary learning community in the American liberal arts tradition.

AUCA serves Central Asia, where young democracies are emerging. It aims at  developing the skills and the attitude of mind that foster sensitivity to the region’s rich traditions and adaptability for its democratic development.

AUCA's distinctiveness derives from its  highly strategic location, where people from east and west have been exchanging goods and ideas for millennia. The University is a small but powerful engine of intellectual freedom and critical thinking that fuels education in a caring, student-centered environment.

AUCA collaborates with the University of Central Asia (UCA) in the framework of the DPP programme.

Contact
Elena Kim
Tel: + 996 312 915 028 (ext. 432)
kim_el@auca.kg
www.auca.kg

Faculty & staff

 

  • Hanan Salama - Regional Academic Coordinator for Central Asia & Caucasus

  • Elena Kim - Associate Professor, Social Sciences Division & Head, Department of Psychology (AUCA)

  • Alexandre Dormeier Freire - Programme Director

  • Oliver Jütersonke - Head of Research at the Centre on Conflict, Development & Peacebuilding (IHEID)

  • Nidal Salim - Founder and Director General, Global Institute for Water, Environment and Health (GIWEH)

  • Medet Tiulegenov - Assistant Professor, International and Comparative Politics Department (AUCA)

  • Nurgul Ukueva - Vice President for Academic Affairs at AUCA

  • Assel Tutumlu - Assistant Professor, Near East Institute

  • Kurmanzhan Asylbekova - Assistant at Social Sciences Division, AUCA

Perú, Lima

Centro de Estudios y Promoción del Desarrollo (desco)

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El Centro de Estudios y Promoción del Desarrollo (desco) es una asociación civil sin fines de lucro, fundada en 1965, que tiene como objetivo el promover el fortalecimiento de las capacidades económicas, políticas y culturales de los sectores excluidos y marginados de la población para lograr un desarrollo equitativo, democrático y sostenible del país. La actuación de desco abarca tres campos: la reflexión y la producción de conocimientos a partir de estudios, sistematizaciones e investigaciones aplicadas; la capacitación, la asesoría y la asistencia técnica a través de proyectos de desarrollo que responden a las iniciativas y los intereses locales; y la incidencia en políticas públicas regionales y nacionales. Los principales ejes temáticos son desarrollo, pobreza, desigualdad social, gestión local, concertación institucional y manejo de los recursos naturales y productivos. La institución cuenta con más de 120 profesionales y técnicos que conforman equipos multidisciplinarios distribuidos en una oficina central en la ciudad de Lima y cuatro oficinas regionales.

Desco cuenta con el apoyo del Instituto de Democracia y Derechos Humanos (IDEHPUCP) de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú para la promoción del DPP en América Latina.
Sitio web: http://idehpucp.pucp.edu.pe/

Contacto
Liliana Zamalloa
Tel: +511 613 8300
liliana@desco.org.pe
http://www.desco.org.pe/

equipo & docentes

 

  • Liliana Soler - Coordinadora académica regional para América latina

  • Molvina Zeballos Manzur - Socióloga y presidente de desco

  • Daniele Fino - Consultor y ex director del programa

  • Graziella Moraes Silva - Profesor asistente en antropología y sociología (IHEID)

  • Fanni Muñoz Cabrejo - Directora, Maestría en Estudios de Género, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP)

  • Félix Reátegui Carrillo - Asesor del Instituto de Democracia y Derechos Humanos, PUCP

  • Dario Restrepo - Profesor en la facultad de Ciencias Económicas de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia

  • Eduardo Toche Medrano - Historiador e investigador, desco

  • Liliana Zamalloa Jordán - Coordinadora del DPP, desco

  • Elizabeth Salmón - Directora del Instituto de Democracia y Derechos Humanos, PUCP

qatar, doha

Hamad Bin Khalifa University

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Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), a member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science, and Community Development (QF), was founded in 2010 to continue fulfilling QF’s vision of unlocking human potential. HBKU is a homegrown research and graduate studies University that acts as a catalyst for positive transformation in Qatar and the region while having a global impact.

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Contact Details
Dr. Evren Tok
Tel: +974-44542894
etok@hbku.edu.qa

Faculty & Staff

 

  • Alaa Tartir - Regional Academic Coordinator for Middle-East & North Africa

  • Evren Tok - Assistant Dean for Innovation and Community Development and Associate Professor, College of Islamic Studies, HBKU

  • Alexandre Dormeier Freire - Programme Director

  • Bilal Alhabian - Senior Manager - Strategy, Education Above All Foundation

  • Abdulfatah Said Mohamed - Doha Institute for Graduate Studies

  • Louay Safi - Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU)

  • Elena Kim - American University of Central Asia (AUCA)

  • Claudia Seymour - Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP), Graduate Institute (IHEID), Geneva

  • Mustafa Osman - Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) & Former Representative of Sudan to the UN & WHO

  • Amin Mohseni-Cheraghlou - Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU)

  • Dalal Aassouli - Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU)

  • Ahmed Aref - Doha International Family Institute (DIFI)

 

Switzerland, Geneva

Executive Education, Graduate Institute

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A hub for innovation: Geneva and Switzerland are home to many organisations active in development issues. They welcome hundreds of non-governmental and international organisations, as well as numerous headquarters of leading multinational companies, creating the perfect microcosm for research and innovation. Executive Education builds upon these assets and equips its participants with the tools and knowledge to develop a mind-set for visionary and adaptive leadership.

A highly diverse community: Diversity is our mantra. With our network of 18'000 alumni coming from all sectors and backgrounds, 110 nationalities for Executive Education alumni alone, and an equally diverse community of speakers, we propose a unique platform for inspiring exchanges and networking opportunities.

A well-established reputation: The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies is an institution of research and postgraduate education dedicated to the study of world affairs since 1927. We endeavour to develop creative thinking on the major challenges of our time, foster global responsibility and advance respect for diversity. 

More info

Contact Details
Bruno Medroa
Tel: +41 22 908 62 53
dpp@graduateinstitute.ch

Faculty & Staff

 

  • Alexandre Dormeier Freire - Programme Director

  • Matteo Guidotti - Regional Academic Coordinator for English-speaking Africa

  • Phan Nguyen - Regiional Academic Coordinator for Southeast Asia

  • Dominique Rossier - Regional Academic Coordinator for French-speaking Africa

  • Hanan Salama - Regional Academic Coordinator for Central Asia & Caucasus

  • Liliana Soler - Regional Academic Coordinator for Latin America

  • Alaa Tartir - Regional Academic Coordinator for Middle East & North Africa

  • Cédric Dupont - Professor in International Relations/Political Science, President of Executive Education

  • Daniele Fino - Consultant and ex director of the DPP programme

  • Sophie Huber Kodbaye - Director of the Centre for Continuing and Distance Education, University of Geneva

  • Yves Lagier - Managing Director at InterCultural Consulting, Geneva

  • Lucette Quarteron - Executive coach and trainer on Leadership and Communication

  • Véronique Schoeffel - Expert in the field of intercultural communication

  • Alain Sigg - Consultant

  • Claudy Vouhé - Co-founder and Policy Officer at ‘L’Etre Egale’

  • Bruno Medroa - Programme Officer

  • Stéphanie Roy Michael - Promotion & Alumni Officer

  • Claire Francioli - Programme Assistant

thailand, bangkok

Asian Institute of Technology

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The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) is an international English-speaking postgraduate institution, focusing on engineering, environment and management studies. AIT's rigorous academic, research and experiential outreach programs prepare graduates for professional success and leadership roles in Asia and beyond.

Founded in 1959, AIT offers the opportunity to study at an institution in Asia which possesses a global reputation. Going forward, AIT will be stressing its global connections, injection of innovation into research and teaching, its relevance to industry and its nurturing of entrepreneurship, while continuing to fulfill its social impact and capacity building role. Sitting on a beautiful green campus located just north of Bangkok, Thailand, AIT operates as a multicultural community where a cosmopolitan approach to living and learning is the rule. You will meet and study with people from all around the world.

Today, AIT's internationally recognized engineering, environment and management graduates are highly sought after by employers in their home country and elsewhere. Across many walks of life in Asia, AIT alumni have distinguished themselves as CEO's of private and state enterprises, as business owners, as well-respected researchers and faculty, and as senior university and government officials.

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Contact Details
Ms Pham Thi Thanh Thuy
Tel: +84-983-437-728
pthuy@aitcv.ac.vn

Faculty & Staff

 

  • Phan Nguyen - Regional Academic Coordinator for Southeast Asia

  • Faiz Shah - Director of Yunus Center, AIT

  • Alexandre Dormeier Freire - Programme Director

  • Willi Zimmermann - Adjunct Faculty, AIT

  • Caroline Brassard - Adjunct Faculty, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy

  • Cécile Molinier - Former Senior UN Official