From 23 November – 4 December 2020, UNIDO is organizing an online training workshop for policymakers from Cambodia, India, Myanmar and Vietnam on policies for inclusive and sustainable industrial development.
In addition to the course’s theoretical and practical components, participants have the opportunity to exchange their ideas and network with their colleagues in a facilitated exercise.
The course further highlights the Korean industrial development experience. UNIDO Staff will be supported by a number of high-level guest speakers from Korean Ministries and Universities.
The course is generously sponsored by the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).
APPLY NOW to the new online course on Green Industrialization: Pathways towards Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development organized by the Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE) in cooperation with the Central European University (CEU).
From 9 – 13 December 2019 the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, together with the University of Ferrara and the Sustainability Environmental Economics Studies (SEEDS) and the CEntre for Research on Circular economy, Innovation and SMEs (CERCIS) is organizing a workshop on Circular Economy.
Interested candidates from Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia still have the opportunity to apply for self-funded places in the workshop.
In November, UNIDO organizes training on Gender and Industrial Development in cooperation with ITPO Bahrain and supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland and the Arab International Center for Entrepreneurship & Investment.
The course targets government officials from the Middle East and North Africa engaged in the design and implementation of industrial policies, gender focal points of the relevant national ministries (e.g. industry, economy, labour and trade), regional organizations and representatives of organizations focusing on the economic empowerment of women.
From 11 – 13 June 2019, UNIDO organized an introduction workshop on basic methodology of the Enhancing the Quality of Industrial Policy (EQuIP) toolkit in Tbilisi, Georgia. The project was funded by the German Development Cooperation, GIZ.