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State Building and Capacity Building: Coaching and Mentoring for Capacity in Weak States – Lessons Learned from Kosovo

Background

Capacity and capacity building play an increasingly important role in the international endeavours to promote good governance and build states and resilience. A sweeping gaze on the state-building agenda reveals how the success of the full spectrum of state-building ‘technologies’ and their sustainability are viewed as ultimately depending on capacity. In this context, ‘coaching and mentoring for capacity’ has become an increasingly popular approach within the state-building community. Compared to decades of institutional approaches, it represents a turn towards the contextualized individual and personal capabilities and dispositions as the critical area of reform. Yet confusion mostly remains: What is capacity? How may it be ‘built’? What has so far been accomplished?

This seminar presents lessons learned and reflections from the Capacity Development Facility Project (CBF) in Kosovo. CBF is a joint UNDP and Kosova Foundation for Open Society initiative. Initiated as a pilot project, the CDF Project is in its eighth year and has become one of the most effective tools supporting the Government of Kosovo in capacity development.


Programme

14.00-14.10 Introduction
Frederik Rosén, Postdoc, DIIS

14.10-14.55 The Capacity Development Facility Project, Kosovo
Marta K. Gazideda, Project Manager, Capacity Development
Facility Project

14.55-15.10 Coffee Break

15.10-16.00 Q & A

Chair: Frederik Rosén, Postdoc, DIIS


Practical Information

The seminar will be held in English.

Participation is free of charge. Please register no later than Tuesday, 22 May 2012 at 12.00 noon.

Sted Danish Institute for International Studies, Main Auditorium, Strandgade 71, ground floor, 1401 Copenhagen K
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