13 Jun 2024
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The UN Future of Work Programme - CCIPE

4 Weeks
Programme Area
Multilateral Diplomacy
Event Focal Point Email
Contact Number
Public – by registration
Mode of Delivery
Multilateral Diplomacy
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The UN Future of Work Programme is also 4 weeks of length, comprises a total workload of 40-45 hours and is open for a maximum of 50 participants.

They learn aboutrapidly changing world of work, following the four core components of this course: (i) the UN work environment, (ii) sustainable
development, (iii) emerging technologies and (iv) skills for the future.

  1. E-Learning Component:

- The Program’s backbone will be four e-Learning modules on UNITAR´s virtual platform.

- Every module contains reading material, a discussion forum and a multiple-choice
assessment quiz on the content.

  • Module 1: The United Nations
  • Module 2: Human Rights, Climate Change and the SDG’s
  • Module 3: Artificial Intelligence
  • Module 4: The Art of Speechwriting

     2. Live Component

- A number of 3-hour e-Workshops focused on the development of core diplomatic skills on the following topics:

  • Mastering the UN Job Application Process, Core Diplomatic Communication Skills, Multilateral Conferences and Diplomacy, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Negotiation Skills and Techniques.

- The e-Learning modules will be complemented by a series of 1.5-hour live components with UN on the following topics:

  • The International Labour Organization (ILO), The ILO´s Future of Work Initiative, Centennial Declaration on the Future of Work, Women Empowerment in International Affairs, Feminist Foreign Policy and Gender Inequality, UN Women, UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

UNITAR will be responsible for the overall design, coordination and implementation of the Training Programme. It will liaise with participants on a regular basis prior to the activity's implementation in order to ensure a smooth and flawless organization for everyone involved.

The participants are responsible for ensuring they are in possession of the basic necessary hardware, software and connectivity to engage in online training activities.

Kindly note that this programme is exclusively designed for CCIPE students and any other individual students are welcome to check our programmme via

For more information kindly send us an email at: ccipe.cooperation [at] (ccipe[dot]cooperation[at]unitar[dot]org)