Recentering the Human
Recentering the Human in Humanitarianism
At LLST, we take a simulation-
based approach to learning.
Why Lessons Learned?
At Lessons Learned we design and facilitate training simulations for the humanitarian sector. Our bespoke training courses are spaces to learn, be creative and test your employees’ critical thinking skills. In all our courses, we promote localization and accountability to the communities we serve, preparing your teams to build better, more humane interventions.
Via detailed briefings and dynamic logic models, students learn to analyse events the way that different groups of affected people do, to better ensure that humanitarian response efforts are built on common goals.
Urban Refugees in the Humanitarian System: Strategic Stakeholder Engagement
Games-Based Learning Innovation Workshops
Featuring The Day My Life Froze
Past Deliveries: Nairobi, Kenya
January 21-23 2020
January 27-29 2020
Ethical Humanitarian and Development Practice in Urban Refugee Response
Nov. 26-27 2019 Ottawa, ON
Our Courses and Simulations
LLST designs custom training modules and simulations to fit your organisation’s needs. Our pre-developed simulations and training modules can be adapted to fit into a pre-existing training session scheduled by your team, or an entirely new course or simulation can be custom-built to meet specific learning outcomes or to give your staff a chance to practice their skills.
What People are Saying
Course Manager Johanna Reynolds is a global leader in the delivery of professional development courses for refugee response workers.
LLST Director Matthew Stevens has worked with refugees and migrants globally since 2008, from downtown Cairo to the Peruvian Amazon. Most recently, he served as Country Director for an INGO in Amman, Jordan, delivering online higher education to displaced youth.