On January 4th, UNCTAD launched the second iteration of its trade and gender online course. The course is being delivered to over 100 students from 56 different countries representing government agencies, international organizations, civil society and academia.
The seven-week course is based on the teaching manual, Trade and Gender: Unfolding the Links, developed by UNCTAD's Virtual Institute.
The course will introduce participants to central concepts surrounding the two-way relationship between trade and gender and provide them with analytical tools to effectively integrate trade and gender considerations into research, project/programme development, and policy-making. Read more. Source | UNCTAD