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28 June 2021
Lavinia Latu shares her experience and Preparedness Tips as a leader in Disaster Planning in Tonga, an area prone to annual cyclones, storm surges, and flooding – made worse with rising sea levels – and droughts induced by El Niño.
18 June 2021
10 June 2021, Hiroshima, Japan – Nikhil Seth, United Nations Assistant Secretary-General and Executive Director of UNITAR recently spoke on the SDGs at an Online Symposium to university students in Tokyo, Japan.
18 June 2021
18 June, 2021, Hiroshima, Japan - UNITAR continues to equip women with the capacity to mainstream gender equality, recently completing a programme in Jordan and Lebanon.
18 June 2021
The Cook Islands have had long-standing self-reliant communities in the face of natural disasters. An alumna of UNITARPs Disaster Risk Reduction Training Programme, Sonath Abdul Sattar shares her story and preparedness tips and options.
15 June 2021
14 June 2021, Hiroshima, Japan – UNITAR's Division for Prosperity Advisory Board met on 10 June 2021 to discuss the challenges and triumphs of 2020 and objectives for 2021 and beyond.
11 June 2021
June 2021 - UNITAR has supported the use of VR goggles to transcend learning options.
11 June 2021
June 2021 - UNITAR strives to empower a new digital world by creating learning opportunities for our stakeholders.
9 June 2021
The Cook Islands have had long-standing self-reliant communities in the face of natural disasters. An alumna of UNITARPs Disaster Risk Reduction Training Programme, Lydia Sijp shares her story and preparedness tips and options.
8 June 2021
The programme’s coaching component has helped those selected as coaches to enhance their hard skills and improve their soft skills, which they can sometimes implement in their workplaces.
7 June 2021
In celebration of Women in Engineering Day and as part of its commitment to encourage more women into science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) joined a webinar featuring five African Women Engineers, making a change in their respective communities.