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Training Programme on Human Rights Based Approach, Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment and Leave No One Behind.

Integrated HRBA, GEWE, & LNOB e-Learning Solutions for UN Country Teams

Foundational Course on UNSDCF Guiding Principles: HRBA, GEWE, LNOB

Graded Final Assessment

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Self-paced Course

1 eLearning Module

Lesson

Lesson

Lesson

Why it Matters?

Entry Points for Integrated Programming

Introduction & Normative Standards

The UNSDCF Guiding Principles: An Integrated Programming Approach

Course Content

Lesson

Evaluation Results

5.61/6.00 Fully

4.) Describe the benefits of integrated application of the UNSDCF Guiding Principles.

5.59/6.00 Fully

3.) Identify the key entry-points for application of the principles in the UNSDCF process

5.67/6.00 Fully

2.) Describe the main elements of UNSDCF Guiding Principles of human rights based approach (HRBA), gender equality and women's empowerment (GEWE), leaving no one behind (LNOB).

5.74/6.00 Fully

1.) Identify human rights, gender equality, and leaving no one behind as core elements of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Self-paced Course

Huge amount of content, so useful to have a summary at the end of each lesson, so participants can remember what they have learned from each lesson, especially if they take the course over an extended period of time.

The course provides clear explanations of these principles and their application in development programming, making it accessible for individuals like me with varying levels of knowledge and expertise.

The course was extremely helpful to get a great overview of the subject as well as to learn practical steps to apply.

99%

Recommendation Rate

98%

Satisfaction Rate

OverallFeedback

Self-paced Course

Moderated Course

Improving people's lives through UN Country Programming: Integrating the UNSDCF Guiding Principles

Final course activity'Choose your own adventure' UNSDCF scenario

Branching Scenario

Interactive Exercise

Webinar

eLearning Module

Weekly Workflow

Moderated Course

Evaluation Results

5.35/6.00 Fully

3.) Describe the benefits of integrated application of the UNSDCF Guiding Principles.

Moderated Course

5.40/6.00 Fully

2.) Describe the main elements of UNSDCF Guiding Principles of human rights based approach (HRBA), gender equality and women's empowerment (GEWE), leaving no one behind (LNOB).

5.39/6.00 Fully

5.19/6.00 Fully

1.) Identify human rights, gender equality, and leaving no one behind as core elements of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Overall Objective: Identify the entry points for application of HRBA, GEWE & LNOB in the UNSDCF process.

Very grateful to UNSSC staff for their efforts, enthusiasm and collaboration. I think the course is very well designed for more standard development settings. As mentioned above, there should be more content, examples and discussions suited for UNCT teams working on the CFs in highly volatile contexts. Keep up the good work!

Recommended to gender focal points who are supporting their agencies on the development of the UNSDCF; to Programme Management Team; to the RC Office, to support their facilitation of the process.

It is a well-structured course, especially the sharing of experiences from experts who have tested the principles.

Video testimonial

100%

Recommendation Rate

Moderated Course

98%

Satisfaction Rate

OverallFeedback

From 11 Weeks Calendar

24th – 28th June

17th – 21st June

10th – 14th June

4th Webinar on 19th

2nd Webinar on 29th

1st Webinar on 22nd

TechnicalWebinar on 15th

5th Webinar (Share fair) on 3rd

3rd Webinar (Share fair) on 12th

Branching scenario released

1st – 5th July

Module 4

Module 3

3th – 7th June

27th - 31st May

Module 2

20th – 24th May

Module 1

Module 5

13th – 17th May

Module 0

Weeks

Course Content

Moderated Course

8 Weeks Calendar

24th – 28th June

17th – 21st June

10th – 14th June

4th Webinar on 18th

2nd Webinar on 28th

1st Webinar on 22nd

TechnicalWebinar on 14th

5th Webinar (Share fair) on 2nd

3rd Webinar (Share fair) on 11th

Branching scenario released

1st – 5th July

Module 4

Module 3

3th – 7th June

27th - 31st May

Module 2

20th – 24th May

Module 1

Module 5

13th – 17th May

Module 0

Weeks

Course Content

Moderated Course

Peace and Development AdvisorRCO Jordan

Amal Hamidallah

Lesson 2 Content

The UNSDCF Guiding Principles: An Integrated Programming Approach
  • The UNSCDCF programming process and its 6 Guiding Principles;
  • Unpacking the 3 guiding principles: HRBA/GEWE/LNOB;
  • Uncovering the four dimensions underpinning the value of integration (Alignment to UN norms and standards; Focus on discrimination and inequalities; Meaningful and active participation; Robust accountability and means of verification);
  • Key UN frameworks and tools for programming –HRBA; gender SWAP and scorecard.

Lesson 4 Content

Why it Matters?
  • Impacts of integrated application of HRBA/GEWE/LNOB;
  • Strategies for advocacy for the application of HRBA/GEWE/LNOB in the UNSDCF within the UN and with partners.

Lesson 1 Content

Introduction & Normative Standards:
  • The 2030 Agenda and the UNSDCF as an instrument for achieving the normative ideals of the 2030 Agenda (through the guiding principles);
  • Our Common Agenda and the Secretary General’s Call to Action for Human Rights: key priorities.
  • Key normative frameworks and the relationships between them.

Lesson 3 Content

Entry Points for Integrated Programming
  • Introducing the four dimensions;
  • Integrated application in the UNSDCF process;
  • Integration in the various steps of the UNSDCF beginning with the roadmap and ending with review and reporting.