Online course on trade and gender with a focus on least developed countries (LDCs)


31 October - 04 December 2022
Online

This edition of the course will be held in French over a period of five weeks, from 31 October to 4 December 2022.

The course is aimed at policy makers, academics, researchers, as well as civil society representatives from developing and least developed countries involved in policy formulation and implementation, research, teaching, advocacy or field work in the area of trade and gender.

Candidates should have a university degree in economics, law, political science, international relations, gender studies, or a related field, and an excellent knowledge of the French language.

Thanks to the support of the Enhanced Integrated Framework (EIF), selected participants will be exempted from the fees associated with access to the course and tutoring services.

The deadline for applications is 16 October 2022.

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31 Oct 2022
 
Concepts, definitions and analytical frameworks
(UNCTAD/DITC/2021/2) -  20 Apr 2022
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Teaching Material on Trade and Gender: Module 4E
(UNCTAD/DITC/2021/1) -  08 Jun 2021
 

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Sponsor / funding:
Cadre intégré renforcé (CIR)

languages

Language(s)

Français  |    

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Topic

Gender equality

Programme

Contact

Mme Simonetta Zarrilli

Cheffe

Programme relatif au commerce, aux questions de genre et au développement

Division du commerce international et des produits de base, CNUCED

Email : elearningtrade@un.org