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In the context of developing bilateral contractual relations, negotiation has taken on a prominent role as a decision-making and regulation process. Moreover, the challenge of renewed multilateralism is closely linked to the ability of the international community to foster truly productive negotiation processes in a rapidly evolving global context.
Are you ready for a new challenge? Do you want to learn and explore? Do you want to work together with others to make the world a better place?
Then our programme „Fighting with the Poor“, is for you.
In a group with other activists you can do your best to help those in need.
The College for International Co-Operation and Development offers 18 and 24 month courses of „Fighting with the Poor“ and a 14 months course called „Development Instructor in Action“.
In the six month period spent on the projects you can work with:
This course is based on the CCCs document*, revised in 2009, and is intended to inform all UNICEF staff members and relevant partners about the CCCs and how those commitments can be fulfilled.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
This course is designed to give an in-depth understanding of international human rights standards and of the UN and regional systems that implement them. It has both theoretical and practical dimensions, with an emphasis upon current issues.
The course is taught by leading human rights academics and practitioners in the international human rights systems. The academic director, Professor Emeritus David Harris, is a former Member of the European Committee of Social Rights and author of books on European and Inter-American human rights law.
UNICEF is a major humanitarian actor, and it is important that evaluation is undertaken to improve accountability for results and produce organizational lessons learned. The course presents a concrete emergency scenario that guides participants through the evaluation process before, during and after an emergency. It underlines the importance of evaluation to advance UNICEF accountability and leaning goals as outlined in the Core Commitments for Children in Humanitarian Action and it provides some concrete guidance.
In this tutorial, you will learn about the structure and features of the Cholera toolkit. You will also get acquainted with the important aspects of the toolkit that make it user friendly.
The UNICEF Cholera Toolkit provides one place where you can find access to resources and tools ready to use for preventing, preparing for and responding to cholera outbreaks.
At the end of this tutorial, you will be able to:
The University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology is proud to offer our Master's Program in International Disaster Psychology. This degree is designed for those who wish to provide, design, or assist in the implementation of effective mental health and psychosocial services to individuals and communities in the US and globally who are affected by traumatic events, acute and chronic civil conflict, natural disasters, and health-related pandemics.
The Integrating Child Rights in Development Cooperation e-learning course is a suite of modules designed to help users gain an overview of critical child rights issues, standards and principles; help them understand the obligations of relevant actors to realize international commitments on child rights and some specific strategies and frameworks to ensure those are put in place at the country level; and build skills for mainstreaming child rights in different sectors and phases of development cooperation programming through the use of specific tools and examples.
Professional Master’s Degree Program is a one-year academic program requiring 33 credits including an internship. August and January semesters provide lecture courses with the summer period reserved for an internship at disaster-related institutions and working out a project report of mutual interest to the student and the internship provider.
Aim of the Program
The MAS in Peace & Conflict Transformation program provides a holistic understanding of civilian peacebuilding aimed at transforming violent conflict by peaceful means, promoting peace, rebuilding societies affected by war and preventing violence from re-erupting. This postgraduate MAS program bridges current academic findings with the latest insights from peacebuilding practice.
UNICEF is releasing a new Ebola Safety e-Course, developed by DHR/OLDS in collaboration with various specialists.
This course provides key facts about the current Ebola outbreak, promotes safe preventative practices, and offers an overview of the support in place for staff.
The course can be of particular interest to colleagues planning to travel to areas currently affected by the outbreak, and those already working in the region. While it contains some UNICEF/UN specific information, most of the course can apply to other humanitarian actors' staff.
This e-learning course is considered to be the entry to the world of NATO CIMIC. CCOE offers free access for everybody at no costs! The content is tailored to individual needs, you decide about time and location to follow this course. The NCAC can be processed within a day or split in several sections. The purpose of this course is to provide comprehensive awareness and basic knowledge of NATO CIMIC/CMI for anyone (potentially) involved in CIMIC/CMI activities, or for the ones who have a vested interest in CIMIC/CMI activities.
ECB’s Toward Resilience Guide has emerged as the recognized ‘go to’ resource on incorporating disaster risk reduction & climate change adaptation principles into relief and development programming. Developed in collaboration with members of the ECB Project and DisasterReady.org,**Toward Resilience: Principles in Practice** is a 75 minute e-learning course that helps learners understand how these principles can be put into practice in areas where communities are threatened by hazards and the effects of climate change.
The Roméo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative (the Dallaire Initiative) and the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) have opened a new front in the global fight against the recruitment and use of child soldiers. Co-developed over two years, E-Learning course: Child Soldiers and Security Forces, builds on the Dallaire Initiative’s first of its kind handbook and core competencies that focuses on prevention measures and equipping security sector actors with the necessary tools, tactics and knowledge to counteract the use and recruitment of child soldiers.
Mobile Data Solutions
This two hour interactive self-paced online course developed by the Global Development Lab at USAID, FHI360, and TechChange explores how mobile technologies can be used to more effectively collect and disseminate data in order to better meet development goals. Access this full course for free from anywhere with an internet connection and anytime no matter your time zone.
Launch Course: http://techchange.org/media/mobile-data-solutions/
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HEFAT©**Courses – (Hostile Environments & Emergency First Aid Training)**
This electronic learning facilities will help you to learn Disaster Management aspects through easy, succinct and updated materials and contents. Introduction to Disaster Management and Comprehensive Disaster Management are two parts that comprise this e-Learning course. The first part introduces the learners with fundamentals and primary concepts and methods of disaster management, while the second part includes more critical and advanced aspects. The learners could choose either Bangla or English language to undertake the course.
The new two-day, first level pre-deployment Ebola training course is available for all medical and non-medical humanitarian aid workers preparing an assignment in the countries affected by the Ebola outbreak. The training offers an initial insight into the characteristics of Ebola virus disease and the current outbreak, as well as the management of an Ebola Treatment Centre. A strong focus is put on practical exercises with personal protective equipment (dress and undress) and barrier nursing.
Are you a doctor wondering how to interact with the media, or a nurse wondering how to treat patient information in difficult circumstances? Are you an ambulance driver unsure of what your responsibilities are? Are you a hospital administrator wondering what to do with overwhelming numbers of deceased patients? If so, the Health Care in Danger project's new e-learning module on the responsibilities of health-care personnel is for you.