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Máster en Acción Solidaria Internacional y de Inclusión Social

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Prof. D. Carlos R. Fernández Liesa
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Spanish
Attendance
On-campus
Credits
60 ECTS
Duration
1 academic year
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    Considered the best master's degree in its specialty according to a newspaper study EL MUNDO. (June 2018) ++

    Today more than ever live firsthand the dynamics that are shaking the world geopolitical order of the post cold war. Wars that have followed the 11S and the so-called Arab Spring have determined a change in international picture that has caused numerous crises. Today Europe needs to respond in person to the largest since the end of World War II call for solidarity. To this tail of an economic crisis that still does not seem to give way to a new context of growth nor a new social / economic paradigm adds. Despite these multiple crises they have failed to solidarity. Moreover, new forms of solidarity begin to take shape in recent times.

    The Máster en Acción Solidaria Internacional y de Inclusión Social eighteen editions developed in previous courses has adapted its content. It offered for this course an updated training adapted to new needs, comprehensive, theoretical and practical and quality, intended for all those who want to professionally engage in solidarity and / or improve their technical skills to intervene in processes of change and transformation social both in Spain, other European countries or in the countries of the South.

    The Master which is organized by the Institute of International and European Studies "Francisco de Vitoria" of the Carlos III University of Madrid in collaboration with the Spanish Red Cross, the Spanish Commission for Refugee Aid and CIDEAL, provides training tools and provides learning skills to intervene in both international and domestic. It also has over a hundred agreements with collaborating institutions and professional practices that ensure excellent levels of employment for our students.

    The Máster en Acción Solidaria Internacional y de Inclusión Social is more than a Master Cooperation it offers, as only proposal postgraduate training, an integral vision of solidarity which pivots on four specific sectors:

    • A) International cooperation for development course
    • B) Migration, asylum and refugee care
    • C) The intervention in situations of crisis, disaster, disaster and conflict from humanitarian action and finally
    • D) Social inclusion and protection of people and vulnerable at risk or in situations of exclusion due to the economic crisis of our age groups.


     

     

     

     

     

  • PROGRAM

    As for its structure: The Master (60 credits, 500 hours 250 hours of practice) integrates the analysis of policies and mechanisms of each of the central challenges of international solidarity and internal solidarity. The Master program is a collaboration between the Institute "Francisco de Vitoria" Carlos III University and three NGOs with long experience in the implementation of supportive policies: CEAR- CEAR Foundation, CIDEAL and Spanish Red Cross. In addition, the Master has an internship program of excellence with the participation of "Collaborating institutions" and other major industry players such as Oxfam Intermón, Doctors without Borders, Plan International, Action Against Hunger Foundation Land of Man, Entreculturas between others. The Master has an introductory Party General (International Relations and International Society) and four specific modules: a) Migration, asylum and refuge; b) Development Cooperation, c) Humanitarian Action d) social inclusion and attention to vulnerable individuals and groups.

    In terms of content: the theoretical load includes the necessary legal, institutional and socio-economic framework on which solidarity actions are planned. The program addresses the practical operation of solidarity mechanisms, and responses to real situations, including the identification of problems and the design, formulation and evaluation of projects both domestically and internationally. Thus, in classes, lectures, panel discussions, workshops and working sessions experts and working professionals who manage policies of solidarity and develop their field work involved. The Máster en Acción Solidaria Internacional y de Inclusión Social is a pioneer in its integrative perspective of solidarity policies in the technical guidance or practice of training offered, and the combined efforts and resources of the University and NGOs to achieve those objectives. For these reasons the Master has the ability to train experts and facilitate their employment or promotion to positions of greater responsibility in the design and implementation of solidarity actions.

    Module I: General Part (12 ECTS)

    Coordinator: Prof. D. Carlos R. Fernández Liesa

    Solidarity and Ethics. Groundwork of the International Solidarity. Cultural diversity and globalization processes. Human rights, international cooperation, migration and intercultural dialogue.

    Evolution of the international situation. Features of the new global context. North-South relations today. Characteristic features after the end of bipolarity. contemporary organization of the international community: the United Nations and regional organizations, with particular reference to the European Union.

    Analysis of the situation of human rights in the world. Promotion and protection of human rights and self - determination of peoples in the international order.
    Fundamental concepts and theories of development. Sustainable development and consequences of joining the approaches of international cooperation. Human development: an evolving concept. Effects of its application in the practice of development cooperation. Millennium Development Goals.

    Violence and armed conflict. Introduction to Humanitarian Law. Historical evolution and modern concept of humanitarian action in situations of natural disasters and armed conflict. The wars of our time and its implications for international solidarity action.

    Migration and population movements in contemporary international community: Causes and analysis of situations. ethical and philosophical aspects. economic, demographic and anthropological aspects. general legal framework of migration.

    Bases and foundations of the economic crisis, its humanitarian consequences and their impact on international solidarity action and internal solidarity.

    Modulo II: Migration, Immnigration and asylum (12 ECTS)

    Coordinator: Prof. D. J. Daniel Oliva Martínez

    Legal status of people and protection of aliens in international law. Historical aspects. international protection of human rights and distinction between citizens and aliens. Procedures and guarantees of protection.

    legal status of people and treatment of foreigners in the European Union. Protection of human rights in the European Union. Combating xenophobia and racism. Condition community abroad: European citizenship. Status of non-EU foreigner in the countries of the European Union. Incidence of the Treaties of the Union immigration policy and integration of immigrants. Analysis of practices of treatment and integration of immigrants in different States of the European Union.

    Spanish law: immigration regime and status abroad. Rights and freedoms of foreigners in the 1978 Constitution Regime entry and residence of foreigners in Spain. Labor rights and the rule of self-employment of foreigners in Spain. civil rights of foreigners in Spain. Offenses committed by foreigners and punish them. Expulsion and return of foreigners. Foreigners. Administrative practice on immigration.

    Public International Law and protection of asylum and refuge. Asylum and its modalities. international legal instruments. The principle of "non refoulement". UNHCR action in favor of refugees. International refugee protection in crisis situations. Humanitarian law and refugee protection.

    European law and protection of asylum and refuge. European comparative law on asylum and refuge. The situation in different European countries. Special consideration of the Rome Convention of 1950. Regime of asylum in the context of European integration regime. Schengen and Dublin Conventions. Extradition and application of asylum and refuge.

    Models of intercultural coexistence. The role of NGOs in the integration of immigrants. Host networks. Care for unaccompanied immigrant minors. The second generation. Anthropology multiculturalism and immigration. The feminization of immigration. Immigration in the perspective of religions. Immigration and the media. Intercultural education. Sociocultural mediation programs.

    Protection of asylum and refuge in Spain. The right to asylum as a constitutional right in Spain. Law 9/1994 5/1984 amending the Act governing the right of asylum and refugee status. Asylum application. Rules of admissibility admissible, procedure and status of the applicant. Legal effects of granting asylum and the asylum status. Denial and revocation of the granting of asylum. Cessation of asylum. Procedural guarantees the right of asylum.

    Political and social rights of immigrants in the Spanish and international practice. Demographic trends. Immigration and foreign labor.

    Roundtables and workshops with immigrant associations.

    Module III: International Cooperation for Development (12 ECTS)

    Coordinator: Prof. D. J. Daniel Oliva Martínez

    • The current scenario of development cooperation. Orientations and trends.
    • Managing for Development Results (GORD).
    • Spanish cooperation and its current orientation. Modes of action.
    • ODA from multilateral and European organizations. Modes of action.
    • Workshop: Gord: the results framework reference. case study.
    • WORKSHOP: The cycle management programs and projects: identification, design, formulation, monitoring and evaluation.
    • The implementation of the Human Rights Based Approach (HRBA) in development cooperation.
    • Sources of public co-financing programs and projects with NGOs. European Union.
    • Sources of public co-financing programs and projects with NGOs. Spain.
    • The sectoral approach and aid effectiveness.
    • Education for development and social awareness as a tool for development cooperation.
    • ONGD management: characteristics and specificities.
    • The aid effectiveness in development cooperation: a look into the future.
    • Culture and Development: Cooperation with indigenous peoples.
    • The Cooperating and professional future.
    • Prospects for development cooperation today.

    Module IV: Humanitarian Action (12 ECTS)

    Coordinator: Prof. D. J. Daniel Oliva Martínez

    International human right. Sources, genesis and evolution. Disarmament and arms control. Protection of wounded, sick and prisoners of war. internal armed conflicts. Protection of civilians and cultural property. Prevention of armed conflict. The International Movement of Red Cross and Red Crescent fundamental principles and its relationship to IHL. Monitoring the implementation of IHL. international criminal responsibility of the individual in situations of armed conflict: Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda and the International Criminal Court.

    Governmental actors of humanitarian action. United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and the Inter-Agency Standing Committee. operational agencies of the United Nations. The International Committee of the Red Cross and the United Nations. European Union Humanitarian Office of the European Commission and the future of the AH. Bilateral AH in some states of the European Union. AH in Spain: Law on Cooperation and Spanish Agency for International Cooperation for Development. The Spanish humanitarian aid strategy.

    Humanitarian action from the perspective of NGOs. Origin and evolution of humanitarian NGOs. The International Committee of the Red Cross and its role in today's world. National Societies of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and the International Federation. Evolution and complexity of NGOs "borderless"

    The use of force in humanitarian action. Humanitarian dilemmas. The action of the United Nations Security Council. The practice of humanitarian interventions. The role of NATO and the OSCE. The experience of the armed forces in operations of peacekeeping.
    Other actors in the operations of humanitarian action. Receiving States: sovereignty, assistance and interference. The media and public opinion. Beneficiaries and populations of recipient countries participation mechanisms.

    Values ​​and principles of humanitarian action. Principles of AH and its evolution. ethical debates and practical expression: codes of conduct. Definition of common standards and rules for AH: Sphere.

    Humanitarian continuum. Preventive actions of conflicts and natural disasters. Rehabilitation and reconstruction. The debate on the right to intervene on humanitarian grounds.
    Humanitarian action in practice. Planning, management and evaluation of actions. Project cycle: identification of needs, vulnerability analysis / capacity, identifying beneficiaries and census counts. Typology of actions. Planning and instruments Paternariado Framework Contract ECHO. Narrative and financial reports: budgetary control. Logistics. AH assessment. Transversal action strategies. Security of humanitarian personnel. Human Resources. Gender perspective. Communication strategies. Health and AH: public health, psychosocial aspects.

    International civil protection.

    Workshops:

    • Sphere
    • ECHO funding
    • Logical framework applied to the AH
    • Logistics
    • Case Study IHL
    • Evaluation

    Module V: Social Inclusion and attention to vulnerable individuals and groups (12 ECTS)

    Coordinator: Prof. D. Carlos R. Fernández Liesa

    The consequences of the economic crisis on different sectors of society. Increasing poverty in Spain, Portugal Italy, Ireland, France and Greece (Comparative Analysis). The effects of the crisis in southern countries: economic growth and growing inequality. Adjustments in the labor market and the welfare state (health, education , dependency, pensions) and their impact on social exclusion, stability and quality of life of people.
    The concept of vulnerability and its relationship to human rights: philosophical, ethical, legal and public policy approach.

    Main national legal and institutional frameworks for protection in European and American international, regional, and individuals and groups and vulnerable or at risk of social exclusion.

    Identification and study of different vulnerable groups suffer situations of social exclusion: the unemployed, women, youth, children, the elderly, pensioners, people with disabilities, functional diversity or dependency status, families at risk of eviction and ethnic minorities. statistical, quantitative and qualitative study.

    Analysis of major public policies and state and regional governmental and nongovernmental main mechanisms.

    Funding sources and internal, European and international attention to the groups and individuals who are in a vulnerable legal remedies.
    Workshops on organizational aspects of the organizations working in this field. Planning, management and evaluation.

    Major initiatives and programs of civil society in the field of care for people suffering social exclusion. Visits to soup kitchens, shelters and grassroots associations linked to the Church and grassroots communities. Entrepreneurship and social enterprise. Worker cooperatives.

    neighborhood associations and social inclusion.

    participatory democracy and the role of the new social movements and new models of partnership, interaction and social interaction: 15M, Occupy Wall Street, antidesahucios platforms, neighborhood assemblies, producer cooperatives, networks of mutual aid and solidarity.

    Models of self-organization, reciprocity and collective assistance. specific workshops on the management of social networks as tools for constructive mobilization, change and social inclusion of the most vulnerable individuals and groups affected by the economic crisis.

    * The contents may vary due to academic priority criteria.

  • FACULTY

    Most of the lectures, panel discussions, workshops and working sessions (up to 65%) are carried out by experts and working professionals who manage policies of solidarity and develop their work on the ground. University professors come from various national and European universities. Over the past editions have been involved (among others):

    • Evelio Acevedo (Fundación Barclays)
    • Julián Andújar
    • Carmelo Angulo Barturen (UNICEF)
    • Celestino del Arenal (Univ. Complutense de Madrid);
    • Rafael de Asís (Univ. Carlos III);
    • Marta Arroyo (Diario El Mundo);
    • María Ballestero (Cruz Roja Española);
    • Jaime Bará (Cruz Roja Española);
    • Esteban Beltrán (Amnistía Internacional);
    • Carlos Berzosa (Univ. Complutense de Madrid);
    • Abe Beyuki (ATIME);
    • Diego Blázquez (Univ. Carlos III);
    • Rafael Calduch (Univ. Complutense de Madrid);
    • Manuel de la Iglesia Caruncho (Consultor);
    • Cástor M. Díaz Barrado (Univ. Rey Juan Carlos);
    • Juan Carlos Domonte (Cruz Roja Española);
    • Yasmin El Harchi Biro (CIDEAL);
    • Concepción Escobar (MAEC);
    • Adriana Estrada (Cruz Roja Española);
    • Paloma Favieres (CEAR);
    • Javier Fernández (Cruz Roja Española);
    • Raquel Fernández Gibaja (Cruz Roja Española);
    • Carlos R. Fernández Liesa (Univ. Carlos III de Madrid.);
    • Daniel Fernández (Cruz Roja Española);
    • Eusebio Fernández (Univ. Carlos III);
    • Javier Galparsoro (CEAR);
    • Ricardo García (Attac);
    • Vicente Garrido (INCIPE)
    • Teresa Gil (Univ. de New Castlel);
    • Carlos Giménez (Univ. Autónoma Madrid)
    • Manuel Gómez Galán (Cideal);
    • Manuel Górriz (Cruz Roja Española);
    • José Mª González (Fundación Santa-María / Pueblos Hermanos);
    • Cesáreo Gutiérrez Espada (Univ. Murcia);
    • Christopher Hein (Comité italiano para los Refugiados);
    • José Hernández (CEAR),
    • Juan Jesús Hernández (Cruz Roja Española);
    • Esteban Ibarra (Movimiento contra la Intolerancia);
    • Javier de Lucas (Univ. de Valencia),
    • Manuel Marín (Expresidente del Congreso de los Diputados);
    • Fernando Mariño (Univ. Carlos III de Madrid.);
    • Luz Martínez Ten (Aula Intercultural UGT);
    • Carlos Mataix (Ingenieros Sin Fronteras),
    • Adoración Moreno (Cruz Roja Española);
    • Almudena Moreno (Cruz Roja Española);
    • José Antonio Moreno (CC.OO);
    • Carlos Moreiro (Univ. Carlos III);
    • Fernando Navarro (Acción contra el Hambre);
    • Sami Naïr ;
    • Beatriz Novales (AECID);
    • Jesús Núñez (IECAH);
    • Daniel Oliva (Univ. Carlos III de Madrid.);
    • Raquel Pacheco (Cruz Roja Española);
    • Luis Peral (Instituto de Estudios de Seguridad de la Unión Europea);
    • Karlos Pérez de Armiño (HEGOA);
    • Manuel Pérez González (Univ. Complutense);
    • Carmen Pérez González (Univ. Carlos III)
    • Pau Pérez (Psiquiatra);
    • Miguel Ángel de Prada (Colectivo IOE);
    • Auxi Reula Arasanz (AMREF);
    • Miguel Ángel Rodríguez (Cruz Roja Española);
    • Carmen Rodríguez Arteaga (AECID);
    • José Luis Rodríguez Villasante Director del Centro de Estudios y Difusión del Derecho Internacional Humanitario de Cruz Roja Española);
    • Ignacio Román (Cruz Roja Española);
    • Héctor Sáinz (CIDEAL);
    • Antonio Sánchez (Consultor);
    • Maika Sánchez (Cruz Roja Española);
    • Francisca Sauquillo (MPDL);
    • Enrique de Santiago (IEPALA);
    • Juan Sierra (LA & Asociados);
    • Ignacio Soleto (Fundación Carolina);
    • Javier Sota (CECOD);
    • Fernando Suárez (Cruz Roja Española);
    • Juan José Tamayo (Univ. Carlos III);
    • Luis Cámara (CIDEAL);
    • Rafael Cascante (CIDEAL);
    • Delia Blanco (Congreso de los Diputados);
    • Alfonso Rodríguez Maroto (AMREF-Flying Doctors);
    • Miguel Albarrán Calvo (CIDEAL);
    • José María Menéndez Menchaca (Transformando);
    • Eliseo Cuadrao de la Guía (Fundación Univ. Castilla La Mancha);
    • Dolores Martín Villalba (AECID);
    • Fernando Mudarra Ruiz (SECI);
    • Enrique del Olmo (FIIAPP);
    • José Javier Paniagua García (Comisón Europea);
    • Jean Bossuyt. (European Centre for Development Policy Management);
    • Guillermo Fouce (Psicólogos sin Fronteras);
    • Íñigo Vila (Cruz Roja)
    • Pedro Sánchez Herráez (Ministerio de Defensa)
    • Carmelo García (IEPALA)
    • Pedro Fraile (UC3M)
    • Yihong Ji (Ilustre abogado de la Embajada China en España)
    • Arsenio García Cores (CEAR)
    • Susana Salvador (Magistrada Registro Civil Madrid)
    • Ana Planet (Univ. Autónoma de Madrid)
    • Ana Urgoiti (Consultora)
    • Ricardo Polastro (Consultor)
    • Silvia Gallart (Oficina Cooperación UC3M)
    • Félix Vacas Fernández (Univ. Carlos III)
    • Mauricio Valiente (CEAR)
    • Fernando Varela (EPTISA)
    • Jorge Zavala Salgado (Univ. Carlos III)
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  • ADMISSION
    • ADMISSION

      Admission deadline:

      Until 30 June 2019

       

      Requirements:

      Superior engineering degree, diploma or university degree, or equivalent to study the Master and master a language other than Castilian community title.

      Equal, experience in areas covered by the Master and voluntary activity developed by the candidate will be assessed.

      They may conduct interviews to assess appropriate candidates for final admission decision. Admission of students will take place continuously, as requests are received.

      Documents to be submitted:

      • Application form
      • certified photocopy of the degree, diploma or degree.
      • Academic record (set of subjects and grades obtained during the bachelor) original or duly certified copy.
      • Curriculum vitae.
      • Copy of identity card or passport.

      Selection of candidates: The result of the selection process would be communicated to stakeholders; moment from which those who have been admitted must make payment of the reservation fee of 1,000 euros. The selection of students will take place on an ongoing basis as requests are received.

      Number of places

      In each edition of the Master an approximate number of 45 students participating.

      The first developments were characterized by the variety in terms of age and studies regarding the origin and previous experience of participants. More than half of them had experienced or were involved in the areas that constitute the content of the Master, and more than 25% came from other European countries as well as Latin America and Africa.

       

      Admission request

      The request is made in electronic format through our application.

       

      Contact:

      Centro de Postgrado
      Instituto de Estudios Internacionales y Europeos "Francisco de Vitoria"
      Edificio Luis Vives, Despacho:11.1.23
      C/ Madrid, 126 - 28903 Getafe - Madrid
      Telf.: 91 6249843
      masie@postgrado.uc3m.es

       

    • REGISTRATION

      The cost of the Master's registration amounts to 4,750 euros.

      The tuition covers the expenses of registration, teaching, the use of the library and other facilities of the University, as well as the didactic material, which will be delivered to the students during the course.

      Tuition payment deadlines:

      Payment of this amount will be paid in three installments distributed as follows:

      • The first term, once your admission to the Master has been notified in writing, and within a maximum period of 10 days, you must enter the amount of € 1000, as payment of the first term and reservation of place. This amount will not be refunded if you cancel the registration
      • The second term, for € 1,875, has a payment deadline on October 31, 2019;
      • and the third term, for € 1,875, has a payment deadline of March 15, 2020.

       

       

  • CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

    The Master has cooperation agreements with more than 100 entities among which include consulting firms, NGOs, international organizations; government and of course the partners entities. These agreements allow our students performing an internship for a period of approximately three months.

    These practices linked to the training and skills acquired place our students in a unique position when it comes to address the needs of the labor market. Further along the Master specialized sessions are offered career counseling, job interview preparation, resume preparation and roundtables with alumni who have assumed leadership positions in different organizations of solidarity field.

    From the direction of the Master we have commissioned various studies on employment of our alumni. These studies carried out by external and independent experts of human resources sector have enabled us to conclude that our students enjoy a high level of employment, both in Spain and abroad. We can state according to public information in the network that students of the Master in Solidarity of the Carlos III University of Madrid are those who -in comparison with other masters of their specialty from other universities have a higher level of employment (around 80%) and before getting a job in the sector.

  • INTERNSHIPS

    The Master has cooperation agreements with more than 100 entities among which include consulting firms, NGOs, international organizations; government and of course the partners entities. These agreements allow our students performing an internship for a period of approximately three months.

    These practices linked to the training and skills acquired place our students in a unique position when it comes to address the needs of the labor market. Further along the Master specialized sessions are offered career counseling, job interview preparation, resume preparation and roundtables with alumni who have assumed leadership positions in different organizations of solidarity field.

    From the direction of the Master we have commissioned various studies on employment of our alumni. These studies carried out by external and independent experts of human resources sector have enabled us to conclude that our students enjoy a high level of employment, both in Spain and abroad. We can state according to public information in the network that students of the Master in Solidarity of the Carlos III University of Madrid are those who -in comparison with other masters of their specialty from other universities have a higher level of employment (around 80%) and before getting a job in the sector.

    The Master has an internship program in which prestigious partner institutions, which are related below, with extensive experience in the fields of development cooperation, humanitarian action, migration, immigration and asylum involved.

     

    Internship Collaborating Institutions

    • Acción Comisión Católica Española de Migraciones (ACCEM)
    • Acción Contra el Hambre
    • Acnur
    • ACOBE (Asociación de Cooperación Bolivia-España)
    • Acsur las Segovias
    • ACULCO
    • AECID
    • AIPC PANDORA
    • Aldeas Infantiles
    • Amigos de la Tierra
    • Amnistía Internacional
    • AMREF Flying Doctors
    • APROSERS
    • Arquitectos Sin Fronteras
    • Asamblea de Cooperación por la Paz
    • Asociación Cielo 133
    • Asociación Club de Madrid
    • Atime
    • Ayuda en Acción
    • Ayuntamiento de Collado-Villalba
    • Ayuntamiento de Getafe
    • Ayuntamiento de S.Sebastián de los Reyes
    • Barclays
    • Bomberos Unidos sin Fronteras
    • Cáritas
    • Cear
    • CERES (Centre dŽEstudis i Recerca Sindical)
    • Cesal
    • CESIDA
    • Cideal
    • Comisión De Derechos Humanos Hispano Guatemalteca
    • Comité español de la UNRWA
    • Comunidad De Madrid
    • Confederación Coordinadora Estatal de Minusválidos Físicos de España, COCEMFE
    • Consiglio Italiano Per I Rifugiati (CIR)
    • Coordinadora de ONG para el desarrollo de España
    • COPRODELI
    • Corporación CEDDES
    • Corporación PBA
    • Corporación Vital
    • Cruz Roja Española
    • DUBSAR
    • ENDA
    • Entreculturas
    • Federación Andalucía Acoge
    • Federación Española de Ingenieros Sin Fronteras
    • Federación Mundo Cooperante
    • Federación Regional de Asociaciones de Vecinos de Madrid
    • Fete UGT
    • Fundación ALTIUS-Universidad Francisco de Vitoria
    • Fundación Codespa
    • Fundación Comité de Solidaridad con los Presos Políticos (CSPP) Colombia
    • Fundación Chandra
    • Fundación del Valle
    • Fundación Economistas Sin Fronteras
    • Fundacion Euroarabe de Altos Estudios
    • Fundación Gestión Y Participación Social
    • Fundación Hogar del Empleado
    •  Fundación Juan Felipe Gómez Escobar
    • Fundación Madrid Paz y Solidaridad
    • Fundación Miguel Angel Colmenarejo
    • Paz Ahora
    • Fundacion Paz Y Solidaridad "Serafín Aliaga"
    • Fundación Pfizer
    • Fundación Plan España
    • Fundación Santamaria
    • Fundación Vicente Ferrer
    • Fundeso (Fundación para el Desarrollo Sostenido)
    • General Electric Medical Systems Information Technologies
    • Global Humanitaria
    • GLOBALSIDA (Acción contra el sida)
    • Grupo VIPS
    • Hazlo posible
    • Hegoa (Instituto de Estudios Vascos sobre Desarrollo y Cooperación Internacional)
    • ICG (Internacional de Cooperación y Gestión S.L.)
    • IECAH (Instituto de Estudios sobre Conflictos y Acción Humanitaria)
    • IEPALA
    • Ingenieros Sin Fronteras
    • Iniciativas Empresariales de desarrollo LTDA
    • Inspiraction
    • Instituto De Estudios Sobre Conflictos Y Acción Humanitaria - Ieca
    • IROKO
    • La compaña del Milenio de Naciones Unidas
    • Manos Unidas
    • Médicos Del Mundo
    • Médicos Sin Fronteras
    • Minka- Centro de Promoción y Solidaridad
    • Mpdl
    • Namaste
    • Observatorio de las Migraciones y la Convivencia intercultural de la ciudad de Madrid
    • OIJ Organización Internacional de la Juventud
    • Organización internacional para las migraciones
    • OXFAM Intermon
    • Plataforma del Voluntariado de España
    • Parroquia San Martín de Porres de Nueva Guinea
    • Paz y Tercer Mundo
    • Pfizer
    • Proyección Humana
    • Proyecto Transgénero
    • Psicologos sin fronteras
    • Pueblos Hermanos
    • RESCATE
    • Salud por derecho
    • Save the Children
    • Secot
    • SEDOAC
    • Setem
    • Sici Dominus
    • Solidaridad Internacional
    • SOLIRED (Asociación Profesionales Solidarios de España)
    • Soluziona
    • Tierra de Hombres
    • Transformando
    • Unicef
    • Universidad del Rosario
    • Vedior Servicios
    • WATU
    • Women´s Link Worldwide
    • World Vision
  • PRACTICAL INFORMATION

    Objectives

    The Master's Degree is addressed to all those who want to dedicate themselves professionally in the future to International Solidarity Action in the governmental and non-governmental sector, in Spain or abroad and to all those active professionals who want to complete their training or to future professionals in the governmental sectors and non-governmental solidarity action. In this sense, the conception and the program of the Master are the result of the collaboration between the "Francisco de Vitoria" Institute of the Carlos III University and three NGOs with long experience in the application of solidarity policies: CEAR- Fundación CEAR, CIDEAL, and Spanish Red Cross. This collaboration guarantees the priority conferred to the technical dimension of international solidarity, and the direct contact with the work environment to which the students of the Master must be incorporated.

    Obtaining the master's degree:

    The Carlos III University of Madrid will grant the Academic Degree of Máster en Acción Solidaria Internacional y de Inclusión Social to those students who meet the requirements established for admission, pay the established fees, exceed the knowledge controls performed during it and pass the 85% attendance at the face-to-face classes of each of the modules. Failure to comply with any of these conditions will result in the loss of the right to obtain said Title.

    Knowledge controls are held once each of the Master Modules is completed, and may consist of examinations and / or research papers. The tests are subject to qualification by those responsible for the papers or work sessions designated by the Module Coordinator from among those who have taught the lessons closest to the content of the tests. In case of not exceeding any of them, the students have a second extraordinary call.

    Duration and schedules

    Duration

    The master's sessions are taught throughout an academic year, begins in October and ends in June of the following year.

    Schedule


    Classes are held from Monday to Thursday from 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Some Fridays there may be class.

    Teaching Place

    Classes are taught in the Carmen Martín Gaite building, of the Getafe Campus of the Carlos III University of Madrid.

    Management and Coordination

    General Directorate of the Master

    • Prof. Dr. D. Prof. Dr. D. Carlos Fernández Liesa
      Professor of Public International Law of the Carlos III University of Madrid
      Secretary of the University Institute of International and European Studies "Francisco de Vitoria"

    Subdirectorate of the Master

    • Prof. D. J. Daniel Oliva Martínez.
      Professor of Public International Law of the Carlos III University of Madrid

    Institutional Board of Directors

    Instituto "Francisco de Vitoria":

    • Prof. Dr. D. Carlos R. Fernández Liesa

    FUNDACIÓN CIDEAL:

    • Dr. D. Manuel Gómez Galán.
    • Director of the Fundación CIDEAL for Cooperation and Research

    Cruz Roja Española:

    • D. Antoni Bruel

    CEAR:

    • Dª. Estrella Galán


    General Coordination of the Master

    • Carolina Feuermann

    Sector Coordination

    Coordination of the "Humanitarian Action" Module:

    • D. Iñigo Vila. Responsible for the Emergency Unit of the Cruz Roja Española

    Coordination of the "Development Cooperation" Module:

    • D. Miguel Albarrán Calvo. Training Coordinator. Fundación CIDEAL.

    Coordination of the Module "Migrations, Aliens and Asylum":

    • D. José Hernández García.

    Coordination of the Module "Social Inclusion and attention to vulnerable persons and groups".

    • Prof. Dr. D. Carlos R. Fernández Liesa. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

    Administrative coordination

    • Ángeles Ávila Camacho.

    Location

    ☛ Getafe Campus

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    Edificio Carmen Martín Gaite UC3M
  • AIDS

    In October, specific aids from the Master's Degree may be approved, which will cover part of the tuition fee, not paying the corresponding part in the March payment. This call can only be accessed by students already enrolled in the Master.

    These grants will have as consideration the work of community manager and administrative support for a time to be determined on the basis of the call.

    For students who do not come from Spanish-speaking countries and who need it, a free course will be offered from October to December at the Language Center of the Carlos III University of Madrid (Getafe Campus) at a time compatible with the teaching activities of the Master's