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This course is designed for those working in the public sector interested in gaining a comprehensive overview of public procurement and obtaining a professional certification in UN and public procurement, accredited with CIPS. It is also relevant to those new to the procurement function or those who have worked in the function, but have not previously undertaken formal training. Additionally, those in functions that include close interaction with procurement, such as programme and project staff who would like a closer understanding of procurement would find this course relevant.
Total Performance Management of an organization depends on each individual’s role and their productive involvement. The success and progress of the organization rides on the success and progress of its people. The continuous management of the performance of an individual and the organization is the answer to a successful partnership between the individual and the organization.
The Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Transnational Crime and Justice, jointly organized by UNICRI and the University for Peace, is designed for young professionals and university graduates wishing to specialize in the fields of humanitarian law, international criminal law and procedure, international human rights law, international law dimensions of peace and conflicts, transnational crimes and transitional justice.
Fostering the "Humanitarian-Development nexus" represents a major aim among international assistance priorities, as declared in the EU Commission Agenda for Change 2011 and, afterwards, by the 2016 World Humanitarian Summit. Creating the humanitarian-development nexus consists in establishing an interface between humanitarian aid, as a rapid response in emergency situation, and more forward-looking development action, through the adoption of measures able to facilitate transition, at all stages of intervention.
The General Courses on International Refugee Law have been held since 1982. The courses are organised by the International Institute of Humanitarian Law in Sanremo in co-operation with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, and with the support of the Swiss State Secretariat for Migration and the US State Department (Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration).
Environmental crimes are broadly defined as illegal acts that directly harm the environment. According to the main international agencies involved in the analysis, prevention and countering of environmental crimes, the following five types of criminal activities fall under this definition: illegal wildlife trade in endangered species; smuggling of ozone depleting substances (ODS); dumping and illicit trade in hazardous waste; illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing; illegal logging and trade in stolen timber.