Opportunity for free e-learning on socio-economic policies for child rights with equity.

UNICEF and the Economic Research Foundation (ERF) invite you to participate in a new e-learning programme focusing on socio-economic policies for child rights with equity. This free, self-paced online course is available to all development partners at UN agencies, governments, universities and civil society organizations.

Course description: This innovative programme is a foundational course on economic and social policies to promote equity and child rights. The topics covered include: the human rights-based approach to development; equitable macroeconomic and sector policies; public finance and social budgeting; multidimensional poverty; social protection, migration and climate change.

The e-course aims to provide evidence-based arguments and advocacy skills needed to promote equity and children’s rights in public policy, in the context of recent developments such as the economic crisis or high food prices.

Course duration: The course is self-directed and may be completed at your own pace.

Registration: This course is being offered free of charge to ensure maximum outreach. Upon completion of each module, a test is administered and a certificate will be issued to all who reach successful completion.

Visit http://www.policyforchildrights.org/ to get started. Please share this announcement with all who may be interested in participating.

One comment on “Opportunity for free e-learning on socio-economic policies for child rights with equity.

  1. BIRUNGI HERBERT says:

    The course is very helpful.I expect much when i complete all the modules and tests.It is amazing learning how economic and social policies relate to children and women their rights and equity.

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