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.
Revolution in Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) has transformed the way people communicate and exchange information across the globe. Working within any international environment, Digital Diplomacy depends on how diplomats and other professionals use digital media to understand and transform their online presence to achieve their goals and objectives.
Many professionals experience fear and dread when asked to speak in public. But what if your capacity to speak in public was perceived by your colleagues not as a weakness, but as one of your core strengths?
Diplomats negotiate all the time. This workshop aims at improving participants’ analytical and interpersonal skills in their continual negotiations to make sure they do first things first.
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.
Diplomats and professionals operating in multilateral and international arenas are required to promote dialogue and coordination at early stages in order to deliver effective projects and generate mutual benefits. Diplomacy efforts need to be coordinated and different organisations, governments, and other key stakeholders can be significantly engaged in such efforts.
Leadership is fundamental to effective and efficient diplomacy.
The area of Diplomatic Etiquette and Protocol can be intimidating and difficult to grasp without specialised background knowledge and experience.
Advances in neuroscientific research and technologies have become increasingly important for the field of law. Not only are the number of court cases involving neuroscientific evidence rapidly rising, neuro-legal studies are also used to inform us on substantive legal doctrines, such as the insanity defence.
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.
This course is designed explicitly for new members of the 2023-2024 ECOSOC.