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Over 3,000 IOM Staff Members complete 'I Know Gender' Course

6 January 2016

In the fall of 2015, IOM Director General William Lacy Swing announced the mandatory completion of the UN Women Training Centre's I Know Gender Course, with the aim to build awareness and understanding on gender issues. A race was launched among all IOM offices to complete the course. Since then, over 3270 IOM staff around the world, have completed the course. The UN Women Training Centre congratulates these efforts and hope that other UN Agencies will follow in their footsteps. Watch the video below published by IOM celebrating their results.

Registration Open for Course on Care Economy

7 December 2015

The UN Women Training Centre is pleased to announce the opening of the registration for the course Why We Care about Care: An Online Moderated Course on Care Economy is now open. The course will take place from 2 May to 3 July 2016 (deadline to apply 21 March).

The UN Women Training Centre supports ITC-ILO on Gender Academy

28 November 2015

From 16 to 27 November 2015 in Turin, Rome, the UN Women Training Centre supported the delivering of the ICT-ILO Gender Academy, a global international event on gender, development, work and employment, gathering experts and successful practitioners.

New Resources! Training for Gender Equality: Twenty Years On - Infographic and Interactive Tool

6 November 2015

Using the Beijing review process as its central theme, the report Training for Gender Equality: Twenty Years On explores the key developments and issues in training for gender equality since 1995. The accompanying Interactive Tool and Infographic provide a quick overview of the findings presented in the report. These three tools provide a review how training for gender equality has evolved from the Beijing Platform for Action in 1995 to the present day (Beijing+5, Beijing+10, Beijing+15, and Beijing+20) in the Platform’s critical areas of concern.