NOTE: the below activities are available to all users of Agora. Many more opportunities are available to UNICEF Staff and NatCom learners once logged in.
This self-learning course is designed to raise awareness of the UN's zero tolerance of workplace harassment, sexual harassment and abuse of authority.
The Ethics and Integrity e-learning course is composed of a set of modules designed to enhance your awareness about the behavioural standards, also known as ethics, that you need to know as a staff member. Through discussion, examples and case studies, the course will familiarize you with the obligations placed upon you by the Charter of the United Nations, the UN Staff Regulations and Rules, and other administrative issuances; seeks to equip you with the knowledge to make ethical decisions more confidently; and will provide resources available on themes explored in the training.
This course will introduce you to useful skills that you may use to help nurture a productive working relationship between supervisee and supervisor and to prepare you for having a mid-year check-in conversation at UNICEF.
This interactive e-course introduces the purpose and use of the Funding Authorization and Certificate of Expenditure (FACE) Form. Learners will become familiar with the structure of the FACE Form and practice how to complete it with simulations.
This is a recording of the Webinar on OPV switch, which was conducted by UNICEF MENA regional office with the support of UNICEF-HQ, WHO, CDC and Task Force for Global Health. If anyone who wants to learn all about OPV switch directly from the Global experts just in two hours, this is your chance.
In this Plan International (Plan Academy) e-course, you will review key legal instruments and some key interventions for child protection in emergencies. You'll also pick up tips on how to communicate with children and youth in emergencies.