Online course on Trade and Gender Linkages with a Focus on the Least Developed Countries

Online course on Trade and Gender Linkages with a Focus on the Least Developed Countries
13 June - 17 July 2022
Online Course

This edition of the course will be offered in English over a period of five weeks, from 13 June to 17 July 2022. The course targets policymakers, academics from universities and research centres, and representatives of civil society in developing and least developed countries involved in policy formulation and implementation, research, teaching, advocacy or field work in the area of trade and gender.

Applicants should hold a Master's degree in Economics, Law, Political Science, International Relations, Gender studies, or related area, as well as excellent knowledge of English. Thanks to the support from the Enhanced Integrated Framework (EIF), the selected participants will be exempt from the fees associated with access to the course and the e-tutoring services provided.

The deadline for applications is 29 May 2022. Applications received thereafter and incomplete applications will not be considered.

Read the prospectus containing all the relevant information in English, and apply here. For assistance with the online application process, please contact

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10 May 2022
10 May 2022
Concepts, definitions and analytical frameworks
(UNCTAD/DITC/2021/2) -  20 Apr 2022
English  |   Français  |   Español
Teaching Material on Trade and Gender: Module 4E
(UNCTAD/DITC/2021/1) -  08 Jun 2021
Sponsor / funding:
With the support of the Enhanced Integrated Framework (EIF)

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Ms. Simonetta Zarrilli
Chief, Trade, Gender and Development Programme
Division on International Trade and Commodities , UNCTAD