The Young Professionals Programme examination in Social Affairs/Social Policy & Development covers a wide range of cross-cutting issues covered in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This includes social, economic and demographic topics, matters related to poverty eradication, employment,
The Young Professionals Programme examination in Statistics and Data Science covers a wide range of topics in the areas of descriptive statistics, inferential statistics, probability theory, statistical computing, data management, machine learning, and demographic, social, economic and environmental
The non-degree Certification of Professional Achievement in United Nations Studies, offered by Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs and School of Professional Studies, delivers knowledge on the basic analytical issues, theoretical approaches, history, and UN policy debates.
The Fellowship is to provide funded opportunities for advanced training in ocean affairs and the law of the sea, or related disciplines including marine science in support of management frameworks, to mid-level Government officials and other mid-level professionals from Developing States.
The initiative aims to convene young leaders from 193 countries with a seat at the United Nations endowed with a strong commitment to serving the common good, for a dialogue and training platform which aims to engage the participants in Human Rights, Social Justice and Sustainable Development.
UN-Habitat, the United Nations agency focusing on sustainable urbanization, is calling for nominations for its prestigious Scroll of Honour award. Up to five winners will be selected and presented with their awards at the Global Observance of World Habitat Day on Monday 4 October 2021.
The Netherlands Education Group invites students, recent graduates, as well as anyone interested in international relations to participate in a fascinating study trip to one of the 4 headquarters of the United Nations – to the UN headquarters in Austria.