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Dive into the latest LinkedIn updates of our learning community

11-04-24

Curious about the learning programmes we have hosted thus far this year? Explore the freshest insights straight from the voices of our participants and partners.

 

Extended Producer Responsibility

The learning program will support capacity building in governmental institutions as well as business associations in countries without current functioning extended producer responsibility but also in countries with upstarting EPR experiences.Read more

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Environmental Governance at Local Level

To acquire knowledge about greening and compliance with environmental policies, laws and regulations at local level. This includes knowledge on insufficient enforcement, implementation barriers as wells as how to collaborate with utility companies and local stakeholders. Read more

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Organizational Change Management

This course seeks to enable participants to make a real difference and facilitate positive change in society, in their organisation and within themselves by providing practical tools and approaches to facilitate this effort.Read more

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Data and Digital Technology as enablers for Environmentally Sustainable Societies

The programme is designed to build a digital sustainability mindset as well as give the participants an introduction to the Danish context taking the point of departure in the Danish digitalization and sustainability experiences. Furthermore, the program is designed on the belief that transition towards a sustainable future is not a single-standing effort by any one public agency but a strategic objective that must be cross-cutting and undertaken at all levels of government and society. Read more

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Human Rights Based Approach

With this course participants will gain the theoretical and practical knowledge needed to ground their development programming in the principles of HRBA, enabling them to more effectively address societal inequalities and injustices within the context of their work. This course will draw from real life case studies to help participants understand the advantages and limitations of HRBA, while also incorporating practical exercises allowing participants to learn how to integrate the core principles of HRBA into all stages of development programming and advocacy work: from planning and implementation, to monitoring, evaluation, and reporting. Read more

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Sustainable and Inclusive Urban Development

The programme is designed to build a digital sustainability mindset as well as give the participants an introduction to the Danish context taking the point of departure in the Danish digitalization and sustainability experiences. Furthermore, the program is designed on the belief that transition towards a sustainable future is not a single-standing effort by any one public agency but a strategic objective that must be cross-cutting and undertaken at all levels of government and society. Read more

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Conflict Management – Environmental Focus

The objective is to strengthen the capacity of participants to apply conflict analysis and conflict management approaches and tools to environmentally related conflicts. This includes understanding the causes of conflict related to environmental conditions, scarce resources, and environmental and climate change – and how this relates to the broader analysis of conflict in the contexts that participants come from. Moreover, it is the ambition to enable the participants to contribute to instituting a conflict transformation culture in the participants’ organisations, which drive change, action, and learning in relation to conflict prevention and conflict management. Read more

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Efficient and Transparent Approval processes for Pharmaceuticals

The objective is for the participants to gain more knowledge on risk assessment, tools for benefit/risk assessment, and to develop their thinking on global pharmaceutical policy, stakeholders, market access of medicines and patient involvement. This will alter their behaviour with respect to how to ensure transparency in regulatory decision-making and how to evaluate quality of medicines. Read more

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Annually, the Danida Fellowship Centre offers about 40 learning programs spanning various topics from energy, environment, health, and food production to areas such as public-private partnerships, digitization, and strategic leadership. Read more

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