Courses

  • 6 Modules

    Communicating the Value of Biodiversity

    In this course, you will learn to effectively communicate the importance of nature for humanity and for the health of the planet. This course is designed to help people who are not experts in the topic to integrate more effective communication skills into their work.

  • 6 Modules

    Designing a Multidimensional Poverty Index (2020)

    In this course, you will learn to develop a holistic multidimensional poverty index that integrates income-based inequalities with deprivations across health, education, housing, sanitation, employment and livelihoods, food security, environment, and other living standards to inform the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
  • 9 Modules

    Designing a Multidimensional Poverty Index (2021)

    In this course, you will learn to develop a holistic Multidimensional Poverty Index that integrates the income dimension with deprivations across health, education, housing, sanitation, employment and livelihoods, food security, environment, and other living standards to inform the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

  • 0 Modules

    Designing a Multidimensional Poverty Index (2021)

    In this course, you will learn to develop a holistic multidimensional poverty index that integrates the income dimension with deprivations across health, education, housing, sanitation, employment and livelihoods, food security, environment, and other living standards to inform the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

  • 10 Modules

    Designing a Multidimensional Poverty Index (2022)

    In this course, you will learn to develop a holistic Multidimensional Poverty Index that integrates the income dimension with deprivations across health, education, housing, sanitation, employment and livelihoods, food security, environment, and other living standards to inform the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

  • 10 Modules

    Designing a Multidimensional Poverty Index (2022)

    In this course, you will learn to develop a holistic Multidimensional Poverty Index that integrates the income dimension with deprivations across health, education, housing, sanitation, employment and livelihoods, food security, environment, and other living standards to inform the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

  • 0 Modules

    Gender and Mining Governance (2020)

    In this course, you will learn how to foster women’s equal engagement in mining projects, how to take action to eliminate gender-based violence in affected communities, and understand how investment in gender equality and women’s leadership in mining governance can lead to stable and resilient communities.

  • 7 Modules

    Gender and Mining Governance (2021)

    In this course, you will learn how to foster women’s equal engagement in mining projects and take action to eliminate gender-based violence in affected communities, and understand how investment in gender equality and women’s leadership in mining governance can lead to stable and resilient communities.

  • 0 Modules

    Human Rights and the Environment

    The NBSAP Forum, along with the Forum for Law, Environment, Development and Governance (FLEDGE), the UN Environment Law Division, UNDP and Swedbio at the Stockholm Resilience Centre, co-hosted a three-part webinar series on human rights, environment and biodiversity. Environmental laws related to protection and governance incorporate various tenets of human rights. Principle 1 of the Stockholm Declaration, which was adopted at the U.N. Conference on Human Environment in 1972, recognizes the right to freedom, equality and adequate conditions of life, and underscores the importance of the environment in achieving a life of dignity and wellbeing. Additionally, Principle 1 of the Rio Convention, adopted in 1992, draws our attention to the importance of linkages between human rights and the environment when it states that human beings are entitled to a healthy and productive life in harmony with nature.
  • 0 Modules

    Introduction to the Multidimensional Poverty Index

    This webinar gives an introduction to the Multidimensional Poverty Index. It highlights the value of measuring poverty beyond income to inform the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
  • 0 Modules

    Learning about Customary Land Rights in Belize

    Contact course coordinator  Languages: English   Type: Podcast  Duration: 24mins 50secs  About the Learning for Nature Podcast Series The Learning for Nature podcast features conversations…
  • 0 Modules

    Learning about Indigenous Advocacy in the United Nations System

    This podcast features Roberto Borrero, a renowned indigenous rights activist and representative of Tribal Link Foundation, who discusses entryways for Indigenous Peoples to raise visibility of their rights in the United Nations system.
  • 0 Modules

    Learning about Indigenous Land Rights for Maintaining Peace in Myanmar

    This podcast features Saw John Bright of the Karen Environmental and Social Action Network, who talks about the establishment of the Salween Peace Park for the promotion of peace and the protection of the Karen people's livelihoods in the face of conflict in Myanmar.
  • 0 Modules

    Learning about Indigenous Youth on the Global Stage

    This podcast features Victor Lopez-Carmen, Co-Chair of the UN Global Indigenous Youth Caucus, who shares his experience representing Indigenous youth and advocating for Native American rights to health and to a healthy environment.
  • 0 Modules

    Learning about the Role of Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities in Territorial Governance

    This episode of the Nature for Development podcast recorded during COP24 in Poland features an interview with Juan Carlos Jintiach, Coordinator of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon River Basin. Juan Carlos talks about indigenous peoples’ engagement in the UNFCCC process, the importance of governance, land rights and indigenous peoples’ participation in the process of saving the remaining tropical forests, and the recently approved indigenous peoples’ platform under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
  • 0 Modules

    Learning about the Role of Indigenous Women in Promoting Food Security and Protecting Forests in Costa Rica

    Contact course coordinator  Languages: English   Type: Podcast  Duration: 24mins 50secs  About the Learning for Nature Podcast Series The Learning for Nature podcast features conversations…
  • 0 Modules

    Learning about the Role of Indigenous Women in Securing Land Rights in Ecuador

    We sat down with Nemonte Nenquimo to learn about the role of indigenous women in the movement for land rights and human rights. Nemonte Nenquimo is the founder of Alianza Ceibo in Ecuador, a Goldman Environmental Prize recipient and one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people of 2020. This interview took place in the Newsroom of the Nature for Life Hub on 29 September after the Equator Prize ceremony that celebrated Alianza Ceibo as one of the 2020 winners.
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