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.
The Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) e-learning course is mandatory for all UN Funds and Programmes Personnel including volunteers and contractors, whether at Headquarters or at other duty stations.
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.
Are we doing the right thing? Are we doing it right? How do we know? Strengthen your ability to deliver and demonstrate results for children with these self-paced e-modules on Results-Based Management.
This e-course is the second in a series that helps you learn how to avoid or minimize dangers and risks and it builds on the concepts you have learned in the compulsory “Basic Security in the Field II”. You will learn how to take precautionary and preparative action, apply practical techniques to reduce risks and react appropriately in the event of actual danger, threat or injury. You will also develop a deeper understanding of a wide range of safety-related issues and security concepts and techniques to help ensure your safety, health and welfare.
The Basic Security In the Field e-learning course contains vital security information for personnel, family members and others covered by the UN Security Management System (UNSMS). BSITF II is mandatory for all individuals covered by the UN Security Management System, regardless of grade or function.
The International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes, adopted by the World Health Assembly in 1981, and subsequent relevant WHA resolutions adopted since then (the “Code”) are an important part of creating an overall environment that enables mothers to make the best possible feeding choice, based on impartial information and free of commercial influences, and to be fully supported in doing so.
This video is a great way to discover or re-discover the mission of UNICEF, as expressed in its Mission Statement. The narration is the exact text of the mission statement, simply illustrated with whiteboard animations.