UNDP Online Course on Anti-corruption and Human Development - Call for Applications

It is a pleasure for the UNDP Virtual School to inform you about the new 10-week online course on “Essentials on Anti-Corruption and Human Development” that will be launched in September of 2011. This course is the first UNDP training initiative that provides analytical and practical tools on anticorruption from a human development perspective and promotes a comparative analysis of corruption practices around the globe.

The overall objective of the course is to provide participants with essential conceptual knowledge as well as analytical and practical skills on anti-corruption programming including assessment and measurement of corruption.


How to apply?

If you are interested to apply for the course, please see the requirements, registration instructions and full course description in the files and documents section. For more information concerning the course please click the link below.


Please send any questions you may have to: Barbara De Castro [barbara.de.castro@undp.org], no later than September 10, 2011


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