New Master in Social Innovation for Sustainable Development at the Turin School of Development

NEW Master in Social Innovation for Sustainable Development
2019-2020 edition: CALL FOR APPLICATIONS!

How can we ensure that today’s sustainable development projects also meet the needs of future generations? In this new Master’s programme, students learn how to connect stakeholders to stimulate innovative public policies and practices in response to unmet social needs in the context of the SDGs.

The Master in Social Innovation for Development is a 1-year programme with only 12 weeks of face-to-face learning activities taking place in Turin/Italy, and two distance-learning modules.

The Master is designed by the Turin School of Development, programme of the International Training Centre of the ILO (ITCILO), in collaboration with the University of Turin, other international organizations and leading practitioners in the field.
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The programme is targeting professionals and/or officials in public and private sectors, UN Agencies, foundations and NGOs; recent university graduates and academics, especially those interested in Social Innovation and Sustainable Development.

Enrolment deadline: 1 September 2019. For further details, download the brochure at 
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