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Past Activities

Trade in Services and LiberalizationInternational trade and investment in services are an increasingly important part of global commerce. This course aims to address the rising role of the service sector in international trade discussions and exa...February 04, 2013
ICT for Social AccountabilityThe e-learning course seeks to provide practical knowledge to strengthen participants’ capacity to understand social accountability and ICT tools within the context of broader transparency and accountabil...February 01, 2013
Strengthening the Essential Public Health Functions – Part IIIPoor health reduces income and productivity, and undermines efforts to reduce poverty. This E-Learning course develops competencies in the assessment and performance of the 11 ‘Essential Public Health Fun...January 23, 2013
Economics of Education for Policymakers, Part IIThis course helps education professionals make better use of economics tools when making complex decisions to improve quality, efficiency, equity, and sustainability of education systems.January 21, 2013
Basics of Health EconomicsHealth economics play an important role in making health systems more effective, efficient, and equitable. This e-Learning course provides the foundations for participants to better understand health economics ...January 16, 2013
Violence, Conflict and FragilityThis course explores the nature of modern forms of violence and fragility. It examines approaches to preventing and managing them, as well as ways in which the international community can support these processe...January 14, 2013