Courses

  • 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.
  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 7 Modules

    Gender and Mining Governance (2022)

    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.

  • 3 Modules

    Gender Equality, Women’s Empowerment and Leadership in the Context of National Biodiversity Planning and Reporting

    Gender equality, women’s empowerment, and biodiversity conservation are central issues to the international conservation and sustainable development agendas. This module will provide you with tools to improve conservation outcomes by engaging women, as well as men, as central actors during the development and implementation of National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAPs).

  • 0 Modules

    Gender Mainstreaming and Biodiversity Conservation

    In this webinar, Tanya McGregor, the Gender Programme Officer at the CBD Secretariat, explored how the Convention recognizes gender as an essential component of successful biodiversity conservation. Pilar Jacobo, representing Mexicos' National Commission on Protected Areas, described the effectiveness of linking gender and protected areas. Finally, Mrinalini Rai, from the Global Forest Coalition (GFC), shared her experience as Advisor on Indigenous Peoples and Gender.
  • 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.
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