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Registration is now open for the new edition of our course on Gender Equality at the Local Level in Latin America and the Caribbean

30 November 2017

For the fourth consecutive year, the UN Women Training Centre is launching registration for Gender Equality at the Local Level in Latin America and the Caribbean, which will take place from 12 March until 18 May 2018. This online moderated course will offer recent content on the status of gender equality in the region, its nuances and different ways to spark progress.

Cities and public spaces free of sexual violence addressed at training in Torreón, Mexico

15 November 2017

The UN Women Training Centre conducted a training of trainers on Safe Cities and Public Spaces in Torreon, Northern Mexico, last October 2017. The course, that included an online and a face-to-face component, provided a platform for interactive learning and exchange for civil servants (from the police, the judiciary, urban planning and transport) with the aim of contributing to the creation of safer cities and public spaces for all.

“Gender mainstreaming is clearly teamwork and I will use this approach in the future” says Gender Mainstreaming course participant

15 November 2017

Oyuntuya Shagdarsuren, Deputy Director of Enhancing Resource Management through Institutional Transformation (MERIT) in Mongolia shares her experience as participant of the Gender Mainstreaming course delivered in Bangkok by the UN Women Training Centre last October, in close collaboration with the UN Women Regional Office in Asia and the Pacific.

Gender Responsive Budgeting training successfully delivered in Serbia

15 November 2017

Professionals from 10 countries completed successfully a Face-to-Face Course on Gender-Responsive Budgeting (GRB), organized by the UN Women Training Centre, in coordination with the Leadership and Political Participation Section, in Belgrade, Serbia during the week of 9-13 October.

Photo Credit: UN Women/Lauretta Ah Sam

Registration open for the Gender Responsive Budgeting course in Spanish

10 November 2017

The face to face training, that has already been delivered in English in coordination with the Leadership and Governance Section of UN Women throughout 2017, is designed to enhance the conceptual, strategic, analytical and practical skills of GRB practitioners, which will accelerate progress toward the goal of gender equality. Register before 31 January!

Available now! Self-paced course on CEDAW

24 October 2017

The Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) is considered a major milestone in the field of Human Rights. Under this assumption, the UN Women Training Centre offers a self-paced Course that aims at enhancing the understanding of the participants in the relevance of the CEDAW and its application to their daily work.

Addressing Intersectionality: A Virtual Dialogue with Trainers for Gender Equality

23 October 2017

A 3-week online dialogue addresses Intersectionality and its relevance in Gender Equality

In the framework of the Community of Practice (CoP) of the UN Women Training Center, a Virtual Dialogue involving key experts has discussed the “what”, “why” and “how” of addressing intersectionality in training for gender equality during three weeks.

3 semanas de diálogo virtual en línea para abordar la Interseccionalidad y su relevancia en la Igualdad de Género

En el marco de la Comunidad de Práctica (CoP) del Centro de Formación de ONU Mujeres, un Diálogo Virtual de tres semanas de duración con expertos de reconocido prestigio ha debatido el ‘qué’, el ‘por qué’ y el ‘cómo‘ en el abordaje de la relevancia de la Interseccionalidad en la formación en Igualdad de Género.

Sign up for the Open Course on Transformative Leadership in Nepal

23 October 2017
Conducted between 11-15 December in Nepal, the Course to be facilitated by the UN Women Training Centre aims at enhancing capacities and knowledge of leaders and managers to advance gender equality, women’s empowerment, and women’s rights agendas within their organizational contexts. The Course seeks to strengthen leaders’ and managers’ use of gender-inclusive and transformative leadership principles and practices to address institutional gender biases and promote commitments to gender equality and women’s rights.