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  •  International Training Program – Disaster Risk Management 321

    Instructor-led training

    The programme reviews the entire disaster risk management continuum: what needs to be considered before (prevention and preparedness actions), during (response) and after a disaster (recovery). The aim of the programme is to strengthen the capacity of individuals and their organisations to manage disaster risk. Participating organisations will, upon completion of the programme have individuals with strengthened capacities in key positions to lead organisational change for enhanced performance within Disaster Risk Management.  Gender, diversity and environment are core thematic areas in the programme as it is essential for sustainable development and thus also integrated throughout the ITP DRM programme. By inviting organisations from different sectors the participants are given the opportunity to improve and expand their networks with other actors and stakeholders in DRM. Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) implements the ITP on Sida’s behalf.

  •  ITP 295 Media Development in a Democratic Framework - AFRICA 2021

    Instructor-led training

    Please CLICK HERE to download a Programme Brochure.
    Please CLICK HERE to download an Application Form.

    For ONLINE APPLICATION, please scroll down to the end of this webpage
    Closing date for application: 1 August, 2021

    Invited countries: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe

    This ITP is a fellowship programme that provides a forum and platform for constructive, creative dialogue between high-level representatives from media, government and civil society on how to improve self-regulatory and regulatory frameworks for media. This programme involves more than training of individuals. It is a full-scale capacity-building programme aimed at real change towards a more efficient and sustainable planning and implementation of media self-regulation.

  •  ITP 295 Media Development in a Democratic Framework - ASIA 2021

    Instructor-led training

    Please CLICK HERE to download a Programme Brochure.
    Please CLICK HERE to download an Application Form.

    For ONLINE APPLICATION, please scroll down to the end of this webpage.
    Closing date for application: 1 September, 2021

    Invited countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, the Philippines and Vietnam.

    This ITP is a fellowship programme that provides a forum and platform for constructive, creative dialogue between high-level representatives from media, government and civil society on how to improve self-regulatory and regulatory frameworks for media. This programme involves more than training of individuals. It is a full-scale capacity-building programme aimed at real change towards a more efficient and sustainable planning and implementation of media self-regulation.

  •  ITP 295 Media Development in a Democratic Framework - EASTERN EUROPE 2021

    Instructor-led training

    Please CLICK HERE to download a Programme Brochure in Russian.
    Please CLICK HERE to download an Application Form in Russian.

    This ITP is a fellowship programme that provides a forum and platform for constructive, creative dialogue between high-level representatives from media, government and civil society on how to improve self-regulatory and regulatory frameworks for media. This programme involves more than training of individuals. It is a full-scale capacity-building programme aimed at real change towards a more efficient and sustainable planning and implementation of media self-regulation.

  •  ITP 295 Media Development in a Democratic Framework - LATIN AMERICA 2021

    Instructor-led training

    Please CLICK HERE  to download a Programme Brochure in Spanish.
    Please CLICK HERE to download an Application Form in Spanish. 
    For ONLINE APPLICATION, please scroll down to the end of this webpage

    This ITP is a fellowship programme that provides a forum and platform for constructive, creative dialogue between high-level representatives from media, government and civil society on how to improve self-regulatory and regulatory frameworks for media. This programme involves more than training of individuals. It is a full-scale capacity-building programme aimed at real change towards a more efficient and sustainable planning and implementation of media self-regulation.

  •  ITP 307 Gender Statistics

    Instructor-led training

    Gender equality is a prerequisite for long term democratic, equitable and sustainable global development, and gender statistics are crucial for global and national follow-up and monitoring of the SDGs. Therefore, Statistics Sweden, in cooperation with Sida, invites statistical producers and strategic users of statistics in Asia, Africa and the Middle East to participate in ITP Gender Statistics in order to improve their capacity and skills. 

  •  ITP 311 Applied Land Governance East Africa

    Instructor-led training

    The main purpose of this programme is to strengthen capacity of public institutions in the area of Land Management, particularly concerning the ability to effectively deliver services that would enhance people’s, and in particular women’s, land rights in a participatory and transparent manner.

    The purpose is also to develop competence of participating strategic individuals to carry out necessary reforms and organisational changes in the public land administration authorities. Also, the ITP is structured to create an environment for cooperation and partnership between different stakeholders with the aim of contributing to wider societal change processes in the participating countries.

  •  ITP 322 - Social Protection for Sustainable Development (Country group 2)

    Instructor-led training

    Title

    ITP 322 - Social Protection for Sustainable Development 

    Invited countries

    Cambodia, Mozambique, Rwanda, Sudan, Zimbabwe

    Description

    The International Training Programme will aim to expand and improve the effectiveness of national social protection systems, tackling exclusion, promoting gender equality and strengthening developmental impact. The programme builds the capacity of teams integrating multiple government minis- tries, public agencies and non-governmental organisations in the partner countries to identify, design, finance, implement, monitor and evaluate change programmes. In five years, country teams work on the change programme in sequence with the ambition to fully operationalise the programme after five years for the long-term.

    For further information and to find the application form, please click "read more"

     

  •  ITP313 Intellectual Property for Development

    Instructor-led training

    The objective of the programmes are to raise capacity in Intellectual Property (IP) in participating organisations  by capacity building in the concepts, theories and application of IP for economic growth and development. In particular how  national policy making can make use of IP in key issues of development such as agriculture, education and health. The Swedish Intellectual Property Office(PRV), together with WIPO, the UN specialised agency for intellectual property, offers two different programmes in the area of IP:  one directed to " Intellectual property for Least developed Countries" and one directed to "Intellectual property and Genetic Resources- in Support of innovation"

  •  Locally controlled forest restoration - A governance and market oriented approach to resilient landscapes

    Instructor-led training
    This International Training Programme (ITP) uses a systemic approach to build capacity broadly in all actors with a stake in Forest and Landscape Restoration (FLR). As the programme title indicates, the emphasis is on driving scalable FLR outside of support programmes. The programme objective is to build capacity in organisations to establish governance, tenure and business support that encourages local smallholders, communities and entrepreneurs to become agents of change based on competitive, transparent and scalable value chains, leaving no one behind.
     
    The ITP is based on current evidence of the economic, social and ecological aspects of FLR and on sharing experiences between a multitude of actors and country contexts during the training. 
  •  Prevent and respond to Gender Based Violence – strengthening agents of change

    Instructor-led training

    The goal is to increase the capacity of targeted organisations and authorities to prevent and respond to Gender-Based Violence, according to Rule of Law in Kosovo, Albania, Ukraine, Montenegro and Moldova.

  •  Productive Employment and Decent Work for Sustainable Development - In line with Agenda 2030 (318)

    Instructor-led training

    A well-developed labour market policy connected to economic growth and social dialogue between actors on the labour market plays an important role in a well-functioning labour market. The aim of the International Training Programme is the long-term and sustainable contribution to a more inclusive and equal society by improving the functioning of the labour market. The objective is to increase knowledge and provide participants with opportunities to implement development projects and in so provide tools to reduce poverty.

  •  Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

    Instructor-led training
     
     
    The international Training Programme in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) is designed for individuals holding positions in organizations in the area of SRHR and who are qualified to participate in reform processes at various levels. The programme offers participants the training necessary to help their organizations define and achieve both short- and long-term goals.
     
    The central component of the programme will be the participants’ change projects. These will address problems that are within the scope of the training programme and of particular interest to the participant’s respective organizations. The immediate goals of participants will be to:
     
    - Develop and implement a change project in the field of SRHR within their organization
    - Develop a sustainability plan of the project
    - Develop an action plan for continued work on the project within the organization