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 short course will transform and/or refresh your understanding of child rights and a child rights approach, introduce you to UNICEF’s mandate as it relates to child rights, and inspire you to apply a child rights lens to your everyday work and life.
This programme aims to help you learn about the key principles, frameworks and approaches guiding UNICEF’s humanitarian action, with a specific focus on how UNICEF prepares for and responds to humanitarian emergencies.
A coaching program to help coordination staff conduct coordinated education in emergencies needs assessments.
This workshop aims to guide UNICEF staff members to effectively manage their careers. It helps them identify their skills, strengths, values, and motivators from a career perspective, and translate these into a concrete, actionable plan.
To support the implementation plan for Sustainable Procurement issued in September 2018 and specifically the pillar of Social Progress,
Harmonized Approach to Cash Transfers (HACT) establish common principles and process for managing cash transfers among UN agencies that have adopted the approach across all countries and operational contexts. This course describes the principles and processes of HACT and how they work in UNICEF.