UNRCCA STARTED ANOTHER ONLINE SERIES OF 2022 TRAININGS WITHIN THE FRAMES OF PREVENTIVE DIPLOMACY ACADEMY
The Preventive Diplomacy Academy of the UNRCCA has begun training courses for its 2022 academic year students.
According to the qualifying competition results, 44 participants out of 254 contestants from all Central Asian countries and Afghanistan were selected.
Training within the framework of this project includes 24 online seminars in major areas: basics of preventive diplomacy; Conflict prevention strategies; gender equality; the role of youth in preventing violent extremism; intercultural communication; human rights in the context of peace and security; information security in cyberspace; the UN Sustainable Development Goals as a basis for sustainable development of the Central Asian countries; effective presentation and communication skills; leadership skills, and public speaking skills.
Welcoming new students, SRSG Natalia Gherman congratulated the project participants on their victory in the qualifying competition and wished them success in achieving all the tasks and goals as part of their studies at the Preventive Diplomacy Academy.
SRSG Natalia Gherman highlighted the importance of promoting Youth, Peace and Security Agenda and mentioned relevant UN General Assembly resolutions acknowledging the role of the youth.
The graduates of the Preventive Diplomacy Academy greeted new participants of the project. They shared how the Academy influenced their professional, academic, and public life.
Traditionally, the cycle of the 2022 training program will conclude with the fourth Dialogue between governments and youth of the countries of Central Asia and Afghanistan.