All events in

Search

Advanced Search

Full Catalogue

Home » Full Catalogue
10 from a total of 175 events
Deadline: Closed
9 Apr 2018 to 11 May 2018
Web Based
Type:
Course
Duration:
5 Weeks
Programme Area:
Public Finance and Trade
Fee:
$800.00

The essence of international financial governance consists of providing support to the international monetary system that is predictable and stable and that facilitates payments for international economic transactions.

Type:
Course
Duration:
3 Months
Programme Area:
Other (Environment), Other (Governance), Other
Fee:
$0.00

2015 was marked by the adoption of four landmark UN agreements: Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, Addis Ababa Action Agenda, 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Agreement.

Deadline: Closed
2 Apr 2018 to 4 May 2018
Web Based
Type:
Course
Duration:
6 Weeks
Programme Area:
Public Finance and Trade
Fee:
$800.00

The recent global economic and financial crisis has once again revealed to us the crucial importance of understanding the intricacies of risk analysis and risk management applied to finance.

Deadline: Closed
2 Apr 2018 to 4 May 2018
Web Based
Type:
Course
Duration:
6 Weeks
Programme Area:
Public Finance and Trade
Fee:
$800.00

The recent global economic and financial crisis has once again revealed to us the crucial importance of understanding the intricacies of risk analysis and risk management applied to finance.

Deadline: Closed
2 Apr 2018 to 4 May 2018
Web Based
Type:
Course
Duration:
5 Weeks
Programme Area:
Public Finance and Trade
Fee:
$800.00

The Course is meant to make students acquainted with the main issues of the new approaches to and techniques of the governance of public finance. The traditional model of public finance was based on established structures of government, and the sole responsibility for an efficient management of public finances was political. This means any mismanagement of public finances (e. g.

Deadline: Closed
26 Mar 2018 to 27 Apr 2018
Web Based
Type:
Course
Duration:
5 Weeks
Programme Area:
Public Finance and Trade
Fee:
$800.00

This course is designed for officials and other participants who are interested in learning more about the structuring and negotiating of financial transactions between developing/emerging countries and their external sources of funds.

Deadline: Closed
26 Mar 2018 to 27 Apr 2018
Web Based
Type:
Course
Duration:
5 Weeks
Programme Area:
Public Finance and Trade
Fee:
$800.00

The divergence of views on privacy regulation leads to a lot of complications in the international marketplace, especially when one considers that the volume of personally identifiable information that is exchanged online, a medium that knows no borders. Companies that require personally identifiable information are often left confused about what privacy laws are applicable to them.

Deadline: Closed
26 Mar 2018 to 27 Apr 2018
Web Based
Type:
Course
Duration:
5 Weeks
Programme Area:
Public Finance and Trade
Fee:
$800.00

Developing countries often presume, for a variety of reasons, that they have limited or no capacity to influence the outcome of negotiations of a loan agreement with an international lender. They often feel that international lenders generally do not subscribe to the viewpoint of borrowers or amend the clauses of the loan agreements. This is a serious misconception.

Deadline: Closed
22 Mar 2018 to 29 Apr 2018
Web Based
Type:
Course
Duration:
5 Weeks
Programme Area:
Decentralize Cooperation Programme, Local Development
Fee:
$0.00
Event Focal Point Email:

Water is essential for life and for sustainable development, and well-managed water services contribute to poverty reduction, economic growth and environmental sustainability. Increasing human population, the impacts of climate change and unsustainable growth all place pressures on water demand, water quality and water availability.

Deadline: 31 Dec 2018
20 Mar 2018 to 31 Dec 2018
Web Based
Type:
Course
Duration:
4 Months
Programme Area:
Biodiversity, Climate Change
Fee:
$0.00
Event Focal Point Email:

Land-use planning frameworks have traditionally focused on developing settlements and related infrastructures with limited consideration of biodiversity conservation and climate adaptation and mitigation requirements. It is underused in maximizing win-win solutions for human well-being and sustainability under the threat of global climate change.