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SONAM TOBGAY
18 December 2018
Talking with Sonam, who was video calling us from outside in the green forests of Bhutan where he works, it was soon clear how passionate he is about his work; he is engaging, enthusiastic and knowledgeable. It was also clear that, for Sonam and his team at least, the UNOSAT training has had an immediate impact on the work that they do.
UNITAR and UNESCO release a landmark report on the State of Cultural Heritage in the Ancient City of Aleppo, Syria
17 December 2018
A landmark report providing the first detailed account of the devastating damage to the World Heritage Property of the Ancient City of Aleppo in the wake of years of armed conflict has been published by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) and UNESCO.
17 December 2018
17 December, Geneva, Switzerland – A landmark report providing the first detailed account of the devastating damage to the World Heritage Property of the Ancient City of Aleppo in the wake of years of armed conflict has been published by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) and UNESCO.
UNITAR Women’s Leadership Programme for Afghanistan
13 December 2018
Empowering Afghan women to be changemakers in their workplaces and communities through training on leadership, good governance, and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the United Nations Institute of Training and Research (UNITAR) Hiroshima Office, with the support of the Government and People of Japan, has successfully completed the UNITAR Women’s Leadership Programme for Afghanistan: Governance and the SDGs.
Hiroshima
12 December 2018
"I am delighted to share our work and progress of 2018 at UNITAR Hiroshima Office. 2018 has been a fruitful year for both Hiroshima and the UNITAR Hiroshima Office. Hiroshima’s local baseball team, Toyo Carp, has claimed the Central League Championship for the third year in a row. The UNITAR Hiroshima Office has also been busy and active, celebrating its 15th anniversary since it began operations in 2003."
Workshop on Public Speaking & Presentation Skills
11 December 2018
The two-day workshop, which was part of the Executive Diploma in Diplomatic Practice, was an opportunity for government officials, diplomats and other relevant stakeholders to strengthen their knowledge and understanding of public speaking and presentation skills.
UNITAR Hosts Screening For Documentary ‘A Call for Peace’
4 December 2018
In partnership with the Permanent Mission of Colombia and the participation of former President of Colombia and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate H.E. Mr. Juan Manuel Santos, the Permanent Mission of Norway, and the European Union, the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) hosted a screening of the documentary "A Call for Peace".
Enhancing Women's Meaningful Participation in Peace Processes
30 November 2018
Thirty-three female peacemakers from across the continent took part in UNITAR’s intensive two-week Training Programme Strengthening the Capacities of African Women Peacemakers conducted in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Building upon the annual UNITAR regional training organized for senior and mid-level officials and peace mission staff in Africa, this requested programme was the first dedicated training for women peacemakers from every region deepening knowledge and strengthening skills in conflict analysis, interest-based negotiation and mediation, dialogue and reconciliation processes.
UNITAR Hosts Seminar on Music Education and Sustainable Development
30 November 2018
The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) in New York and the New York based music education company Time Ranger Inc. co-hosted a one-day seminar on Music Education and Sustainable Development on Friday, 30 November 2018 in the United Nations Headquarters.
Official from the Federal Road Safety Corps conducting breathalyzer test.
30 November 2018
UNITAR in collaboration with the Ministry of Transportation of the Federal Republic of Nigeria hosted the third Road Safety Multi-Stakeholder Conference, bringing together 94 local and international experts to discuss solutions and share best practices and learnings on road safety legislation and regulation that will help address the issues of road safety in Nigeria.