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This course aims to build an understanding of the importance of States’ Action Plans to address CO2 emissions from the international aviation sector. By establishing close cooperation among all stakeholders, it will help facilitate the selection, adoption and implementation of the most appropriate measures to reduce the CO2 emissions.
Many professionals experience fear and dread when asked to speak in public. But what if your capacity to speak in public was perceived by your colleagues not as a weakness, but as one of your core strengths?
The Green Climate Fund’s Simplified Approval Process (SAP) Pilot aims to establish a new approach that requires less documentation for proposals, and streamlines the review and approval process, making it easier to access GCF resources for mitigation and adaptation actions.
Music is a cornerstone of development and is central to the lives of people of all cultures around the world. Music and sounds can unify people. In times of challenges, people of many nations and cultures turn to music for solace. In the face of challenge, music brings peace. In turmoil and disaster, music provides resilience to nations, inspiring them to rebuild and heal.
The Workshop will focus on enhancing leadership capacities at the intrapersonal (self) and interpersonal levels. The morning session will focus on understanding and navigating the “self” as an instrument of impact and change. This will involve learning about effective communication with focus on self-awareness, and using self-reflection as a tool for effective communication.
Throughout history, the speech has been one of the most powerful forms of communication. Technological, social and economic changes have enhanced that power. As digital communication has increased, speeches have had to become more authentic and honest.
Writing reports and other kinds of documents is one of the immediate follow-up tasks of participation in intergovernmental conferences, meetings and negotiations. This task is extremely time-consuming even more so for the conference delegate who does not possess appropriate tools or does not apply a comprehensive methodology.
New digital technologies have had, and will continue to have, a profound impact on both the practice and content matter of diplomacy. The digital ecosystem in which diplomats operate offers new opportunities, especially for smaller states, but also challenges traditional activities and organisational structures.
Culture is a powerful factor in shaping how people think, communicate and behave. It therefore affects how they negotiate. Taking participants from the simple to the complex, this compact and practical course will look at the cultural dimension of negotiation.
Prior to the Uruguay Round of multilateral trade negotiations, which were concluded in December 1993, multilateral trade negotiations were seen as a preserve of the developed countries and the developing countries have only a marginal role to play in the negotiation process; they were primarily the recipients of preferential market access and other special differential treatment.