1,090 training programs
NATO CIMIC Field Worker (NCFWC) & NATO CIMIC Staff Worker Courses are nested into a new educational architecture which allows students to attend a modular course through an initial Advanced Distributed Learning module (M1.2) and a final residential phase (M2.2 and M3).
NCFWSWC provide students the opportunity to increase their CIMIC knowledge and practical skills through Syndicate work as well as better experience the CIMIC operator’s job at tactical level from a field perspective.
This course is designed for procurement officers or those in functions that include close interaction with procurement, such as programme and project staff seeking advanced training in UN and public procurement planning, contract management and negotiations.
Admissions to the 2017/2018 edition of the European Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation (E.MA) are open: first deadline – 20 January 2017, second deadline - 15 March 2017.
Training seminar for International Electoral Observers
Admissions to the two, three-day, modules (20-22 March 2017 and 23-25 March 2017) of the Training seminar for International Electoral Observers are open until 12 February 2017, early bird 22 January 2017.
The International Refugee Law Courses have been developed primarily to train government officials who are involved in the formulation and application of law and policy for the benefit of refugees, returnees, internally displaced persons and other persons in need of protection. Over the years, the courses have increasingly welcomed members of civil society organisations, scholars and researchers, humanitarian workers and others engaged in advocacy and protection work at all levels.
Transnational organized crime and terrorism represent two of the most complex threats facing the international community today. When analyzing the nexus between terror and crime, the distinction between these concepts becomes blurred, and can at times converge − investigating and understanding this link may assist in the implementation of informed national and international legal standards in the fight against criminal and terrorist networks.
Millions of people do not have access to health care, because health systems in many countries are either non-existent or dramatically failing. Most of them live in areas chronically affected by violent conflict or slowly re-emerging from it.