The Project organizes regional and national workshops in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, the Middle East, the Pacific and Central and Eastern Europe.
Workshops are designed as packages of two to five working days. The curriculum offers a combination of lectures, case studies and simulation exercises tailored to the specific needs of the countries and the audience.
Each workshop hosts 30 to 50 participants. Government officials, academics, practising lawyers and representatives of business associations of developing countries are the primary beneficiaries.
- Introduction to Dispute Settlement
- Introduction to International Commercial Arbitration
- Online Dispute Settlement
- Dispute Settlement at ICSID
- Introduction to Dispute Settlement at WTO
- WTO Dispute Settlement on Basic Rules of Trade in Goods, Services and Intellectual Property
- WTO Dispute Settlement on Agriculture
- WTO Dispute Settlement on Commercial Defence Measures
- WTO Dispute Settlement on SPS and TBT
- Regional Approaches to Dispute Settlement
Admission to courses is generally open to all professionals with an interest in the workshops offered by the project. UNCTAD does not charge admission fees. Travel, subsistence, and related expenses for attending the courses are to be assumed by the participants.