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Self-paced courses are delivered online and can be accessed using a computer. Self-paced courses allow learners to access content at their pace, and from anywhere at any time. This type of course is mainly interactive and can include video, audio or animations to enhance the learning experience.

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I Know Gender 1-2-3: Gender Concepts to get Started; International Frameworks for Gender Equality; and Promoting Gender Equality throughout the UN System
I Know Gender 1-2-3: Gender Concepts to get Started; International Frameworks for Gender Equality; and Promoting Gender Equality throughout the UN SystemShow detailsFREE!
I Know Gender 4: Women´s Economic Empowerment
I Know Gender 4: Women´s Economic EmpowermentShow detailsFREE!
I Know Gender 5: Women´s Leadership and Decision Making
I Know Gender 5: Women´s Leadership and Decision MakingShow detailsFREE!
I Know Gender 6: Violence against Women and Girls
I Know Gender 6: Violence against Women and GirlsShow detailsFREE!
I Know Gender 7: Gender Equality in the World of Work
I Know Gender 7: Gender Equality in the World of WorkShow detailsFREE!
I Know Gender 8: Gender Equality and Education
I Know Gender 8: Gender Equality and EducationShow detailsFREE!
I Know Gender 9: Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
I Know Gender 9: Sexual and Reproductive Health and RightsShow detailsFREE!
I Know Gender 10: Gender Equality in Emergencies
I Know Gender 10: Gender Equality in EmergenciesShow detailsFREE!
Police women at General Kaahiye Police Academy undergo training in criminal investigation. The training is being provided by AMISOM's Police Training and Development Unit and hopes to equip Mogadishu with a team of police officers that will effectively be able to deal with criminal investigations. AU-UN IST PHOTO / TOBIN JONES.
I Know Gender 11: Women, Peace and SecurityShow detailsFREE!
I Know Gender 12: Sexual and Gender Diversity: A Matter of Human Rights
I Know Gender 12: Sexual and Gender Diversity: A Matter of Human RightsShow detailsFREE!
I Know Gender 13: Trade and Gender Equality
I Know Gender 13: Trade and Gender EqualityShow detailsFREE!
I Know Gender 14: Gender Equality and Voluntarism
I Know Gender 14: Gender Equality and VoluntarismShow detailsFREE!
I Know Gender 15: Gender and sustainable industrial development
I Know Gender 15: Gender and sustainable industrial developmentShow detailsFREE!
I know Gender How To Series - Module 1: Implementing Gender Equality Markers
I know Gender How To Series - Module 1: Implementing Gender Equality MarkersShow detailsFREE!
I know Gender How To Series - Module 1.1: Implementing Gender Equality Markers – Coding Definitions
I know Gender How To Series - Module 1.1: Implementing Gender Equality Markers – Coding DefinitionsShow detailsFREE!
I know Gender How to Series 2: Gender Equality and Sustainable project management 
I know Gender How to Series 2: Gender Equality and Sustainable project management Show detailsFREE!
I know Gender how to Series 3: Mainstreaming Gender Equality in Infrastructure
I know Gender how to Series 3: Mainstreaming Gender Equality in InfrastructureShow detailsFREE!
Essential Services Package for Women and Girls Subject to Violence
Essential Services Package for Women and Girls Subject to ViolenceShow detailsFREE!
IASC e-learning on Gender Equality in Humanitarian Action
IASC e-learning on Gender Equality in Humanitarian ActionShow detailsFREE!
Masculinities and violence
Understanding masculinities and violence against women and girls: An IntroductionShow details$60.00
How to Manage Gender-responsive Evaluation
How to Manage Gender-responsive EvaluationShow detailsFREE!
Introduction to Care Economy
Introduction to Care EconomyShow details$60.00
Implementation of the Security Council Resolutions on the Women, Peace, and Security Agenda
Implementation of the UN Security Council Resolutions on the Women, Peace, and Security AgendaShow detailsFREE!
Gender in Humanitarian Action: Different Needs – Equal Opportunities
Gender in Humanitarian Action: Different Needs – Equal OpportunitiesShow detailsFREE!
An introduction to CEDAW
An introduction to CEDAWShow detailsFREE!
Gender Responsive Budgeting
Gender Responsive BudgetingShow details$60.00
2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and Gender Equality
2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and Gender EqualityShow detailsFREE!
Nearly 80,000 of the Syrians who have escaped the deadly war raging in their country have sought shelter at Jordan’s largest refugee camp, Za’atari, where UN Women provides economic empowerment and protection programming for women and girls.
Operational since 2012, to date, UN Women runs three ‘Oases’ safe spaces for women and girls, which receive approximately 5,000 visitors per month, of which close to 1,000 are regular users. The spaces offer economic opportunities, protection referral services, day care services – to allow parents to work, and life skills such as Arabic and English literacy and computer classes.  Alaa' is engaged as a cash-for-work beneficiary in UN Women's mosaic workshop in Za'atari camp. Art and handicrafts provide her with a channel to express herself. She works in a safe space with her peers each day - breaking the isolation of camp life and bolstering her physiological wellbeing. 96 per cent of UN Women beneficiaries report positive changes in mental well-being and inter-family relations as a result of their engagement in UN Women's cash-for-work programme. Alaa’ teaches women, girls and boys in the camp mosaic-making skills - building on a tradition of mosaic art brought with her from Syria. Through the work carried out by UN Women in its Oases, women and girls are provided with the opportunity to break the chain of isolation and gain economic independence to meet basic household needs and restore their dignity.  Photo: UN Women/Christopher Herwig
Gender and DisarmamentShow detailsFREE!
Gender equality pathway for Managers and Programme and Admin staff
Gender equality pathway for Managers and Programme and Admin staffShow detailsFREE!
UN Women/Ryan Brown
Learning Pathway on Transformative Leadership for Gender EqualityShow details$120.00
Results-Based Management
Results-Based ManagementShow detailsFREE!
Lyubov Maksimenko, psychologist, consults a victim of domestic violence at Jalalobad Center for Reproductive Health. Jalalobad, Kyrgyzstan. Nov. 23, 2016
Understanding violence against women and girlsShow detailsFREE!

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Scheduled courses combine moderated, blended and/or face to face methodologies. Moderated courses emulate the traditional classroom environment and take this experience to an online setting: they include reading materials, communication between participants and provide an opportunity for participants to receive support from facilitators via discussion forums, interactive webinars and other activities. Blended courses combine online and face-to-face learning. And face-to-face courses allow facilitators and participants to be present in a physical room, and combines presentations with interactive activities and group discussions to convey and exchange knowledge.

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