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  •  Anti-Corruption: Corruption – An Obstacle to Development, 17, 26-27 May

    Instructor-led training

    "People are right to be angry. Corruption threatens the well-being of our societies, the future of our children and the health of our planet. It must be fought by all, for all." These words by UN Secretary General António Guterres underline corruption as a serious obstacle to peace and sustainable development. Corruption weakens the level of trust within society and poses a threat to democracy. It also impedes economic development and erodes fundamental services such as healthcare, education and sanitation. People living in poverty and oppression are hardest hit by the harmful impact of corruption. Tackling corruption is thus a precondition for sustainable development and must be a vital part of international development cooperation.

  •  Anti-Corruption: Risk, Detection and Investigation, 17, 19-20 May

    Instructor-led training

    Corruption is a major obstacle to development. It is imperative to tackle it in different ways and on a diversity of arenas: By promoting integrity in our own organisations, by counteracting corruption in projects and programmes, and through the integration of anti-corruption as a goal or perspective in international development cooperation. This course focuses on how to manage corruption risks and counteract corruption in projects and programmes. 

  •  Bortom workshop – Hur bidra till hållbar kapacitetsutveckling

    Instructor-led training

    Ett lärprogram där vi tillsammans gör en djupdykning i vad som bör beaktas i utvecklingsprojekt och program som eftersträvar kapacitetsutveckling. Eftersom så många projekt lägger stor vikt vid workshops och seminarier, tittar vi först och främst närmare på hur man kan designa sådana event på ett sätt som effektivt åstadkommer individuellt lärande. Vi begrundar även vad som krävs för att en hel organisation ska förankra nya arbetssätt och hålla fast vid dem. Deltagarna förväntas efter lärprogrammet både kunna förankra nya arbetssätt inom sin egen svenska organisation och stödja externa partners i samma arbete.

  •  Coaching/mentorskap, 4-5, 11-12, 18-19 maj (sex halvdagar)

    Instructor-led training

    Denna pilotkurs är en fortsättning för de aktörer i biståndet som gått grundkursen ”Bortom workshop – Hur bidra till hållbar kapacitetsutveckling” och som vill fortsätta att stärka sin organisation inom samma spår. Under grundkursen omnämndes coaching/mentorskap som ett användbart verktyg för att åstadkomma hållbar kapacitetsutveckling, vilket denna kurs nu utforskar vidare, med konkreta övningar, modeller och diskussioner.

  •  Developing and Evaluating Results of Information and Communication Activities, 1-3 June

    Instructor-led training

    At a time when more and more platforms are competing for information attention, it is of vital  importance to learn to navigate this complex landscape in order to drive the change that is needed to meet the sustainable development goals. Successful information and communication strategies require careful planning ahead and “on time” measurement. Once communication activities have commenced and ended it can often be too late to measure.

  •  People and Planet: Gender, Environment and Climate in the 2030 Agenda, 16-18 March

    Instructor-led training

    A global advanced course in collaboration with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), UN Women, Stockholm Environment Institute and The Swedish Dialogue Institute for Middle East and Northern Africa. The learning event serves to enable the mobilisation of expertise and encourage collective action for a more equal and sustainable planet. Through its concept with regional hubs in Amman, Bangkok, Härnösand and Nairobi, local perspectives, challenges and successful experiences will be part of the learning event using digital tools to facilitate a global dialogue. 

  •  Results-Based Management, 20-23 April

    Instructor-led training

    The course improves your ability to apply Results-Based Management in projects and programs in development cooperation, such as planning, implementation and reporting of results. To be eligible for the course the participant is required to submit an ongoing or planned project/programme, in order to work with throughout the course.

  •  The Zambian Professional Diaspora Network

    Instructor-led training

    There is a need for a systematic coordinated approach to include the diaspora in development cooperation initiatives. Sida is initiating a pilot project to support and develop a methodology that can lead to a better understanding of diaspora, diaspora interests and initiatives in order to accelerate the advancement of development objectives and the sustainable development goals for Zambia. Sidas role is primarily to support and facilitate the development and growth of the Zambian professional diaspora network in Sweden. The planned support intends to cover six network meetings.