Global reality check survey – your needs and priorities for future training
In the framework of UNITAR's 60th anniversary, we are launching a global reality check survey to understand your needs and priorities for our future training activities. At UNITAR we are committed to providing quality training, and your opinion is very important for us.
We would appreciate if you could take a few minutes to respond to this online survey.
The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) was established in 1963 as an autonomous body within the United Nations with the purpose of enhancing the effectiveness of the work of the UN and its member states.
Xi'an is often considered as the epitome of China's rich cultural heritage. As the ancient capital of 13 Chinese dynasties, Xi'an has borne witness to the country's history for thousands of years.
Writing reports and other kinds of documents is one of the immediate follow-up tasks of participation in intergovernmental conferences, meetings, and negotiations. This task is extremely time-consuming even more so for the conference delegate who does not possess appropriate tools or does not apply a comprehensive methodology.
Governments and increasingly other actors such as international and non-governmental organizations use multilateral conferences as a means to achieve important policy objectives. As the number of conferences and meetings has risen considerably over the past twenty years, the number of government officers and other stakeholders involved in conference processes has also increased significantly.
The main component of the Executive Diploma in Diplomatic Practice is a series of 8 workshops, which fall within UNITAR's Core Diplomatic Training (CDT).
Technology has always been one of the main driving forces behind the development of humankind, shaping the world that we live in. Never before, however, were the changes introduced by technological progress so rapid and so widespread as today – new technologies are available almost simultaneously across the globe and virtually everyone can access them.
The International Law of Treaties is a set of international principles and rules regulating the conclusion procedure of treaties, as well as the issues of operation, amendments and modifications, termination, suspension and invalidity of treaties. For those involved in the drafting, negotiation and conclusion of international treaties, a sound knowledge of the Law of Treaties is indispensable.
In a global context, women's leadership plays a pivotal role in shaping equitable and thriving societies. The ripple effect of empowered women in leadership positions extends to improved decision-making, economic growth, and increased peace and security.
In today's world, individuals and organizations need to navigate intercultural situations and interactions on a daily basis. Cross-cultural competences need to be developed constantly in order to operate effectively in these multilateral settings, avoid misunderstandings and prejudices in negotiation and communication processes.
In an increasingly interconnected, globalized and complex world, where the importance of multilateral dialogue and cooperation is ever growing, the demand for training and capacity development in the field of international affairs and diplomacy is constantly rising.