Jorn Dormans

Dormans, Jorn
+31 20 59 85196
2g-29
student- & onderwijszaken ( international office )
Project Manager International Cooperation Projects

KEY QUALIFICATIONS/FIELD OF EXPERTISE

  • Project coordination for international development projects 
  • Teaching and Train the Trainer Approaches 
  • Expertise on (cultural) Diversity and Inclusion in higher education 
  • Knowledge of stakeholder mapping/(power) analysis and Theory of Change 
  • Good intercultural communication

SUMMARY OF WORK EXPERIENCE

Jorn Dormans is alumnus at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU) who did his master in Social and Cultural Anthropology. His research followed the discourses and experiences of (cultural) diversity within the VU. After that he continued with a second Master through the Advanced Master Programme in International Development (AMID) at Radboud University in Nijmegen. Jorn has a passion for education and taught for several years both in primary, secondary and special education. Besides that, he coordinated several projects in South Africa and Kenya together with the local community. At CIS his daily activities involve: project administration, management, coordination and project reporting; acquisition and with developing project proposals, planning and organising training workshops (including logistics) and policy development. Jorn coordinated a 2-day study visit for 35 Law PhDs from Universitas Hasanuddin Indonesia and he will co-implement a framework to disseminate these types of activities for CIS-VU.

PROJECTS

Ethiopia

  • Justice Capacity Building (JCB) in Ethiopia
    2018-2022

Bangladesh

  • SRHR Tailor-made Information and Training to Contribute to Occupational Health and safety conditions of factory workers in the Ready-Made Garment Sector (STITCH) in Bangladesh
    2019-2022

Indonesia 

  • Enhancing democracy and citizens’ trust in governance: Adopting a Fair Treatment Approach in Indonesia’s Ombudsman offices in Indonesia
    2018-2019

Europe 

  • Supporting University Community Pathways for Refugee-migrants (SUCRE) in Europe
    2016-2018