Learn about practical approaches to conflict prevention – beyond moral obligation and economic necessity.
Connect human rights and conflict transformation approaches.
The IDHA is an intensive, four-week training program, including more than 200 hours of lectures, presentations, debates, and group work, which caters to a wide range of humanitarian aid professionals. The program is crafted to provide participants with both an academic and practical orientation toward current issues in the humanitarian field. It is designed to allow aid workers who are active in the field to attend the program with minimal disruption to their current operations. The IDHA incorporates a wide range of disciplines that are involved in humanitarian programs, including management, psychology, anthropology, communication, environment, education, conflict resolution, international law, civil/military relations, politics, and economics.
Peacebuilding and conflict resolution in the context of a new great game.
Get insights in research and practice of civilian peacebuilding and broaden your skills to work in fragile contexts.
For over 40 years now, UNESCO has been celebrating International Literacy Day by reminding the international community that literacy is a human right and the foundation of all learning.
World Teachers’ Day, held annually on October 5th since 1994 - when it was created by UNESCO - celebrates teachers worldwide. Its aim is to mobilise support for teachers and to ensure that the needs of future generations will continue to be met by teachers.