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The main objective of the module is to facilitate the training of trainers on localizing the SDGs and decentralized cooperation (DC). To this end, it is based on the realities of local governments, associations and organizations involved in decentralized cooperation, and takes into account their experiences, challenges and good practices. In turn, it functions as a didactic guide and learning tool in the training of new trainers and proposes a new integrated approach to DC aligned to the framework, principles and goals of the SDGs.
The module also provides a basis for learning actions, possibly workshops in which officials, local and regional leaders and other stakeholders are trained on a topic and thus become more aware of the central role that CD can play for local governments and their respective associations. The expected outcome is that after attending a workshop using the „training of trainers“ approach, participants will be able to offer their own training activities.
The program is aimed at civil servants who already have a knowledge and understanding of local government procedures related to cities or other administrative levels. The module has been expressly designed to stimulate reflection on how the key principles of the 2030 Agenda can help improve local planning processes
- Regional and gender balance.
- Knowledge in the subject matter, as well as the position you hold within your institution.
- The application form must be submitted on time and in full, along with the corresponding letter of endorsement, signed by the highest authority of the institution.
- The application must be sent in order of arrival.
In addition, in order to participate in the workshops, it is mandatory that participants have previously completed 3 previous modules, which can be accessed through the links found in the Terms and Conditions of the call (in Spanish). Those who have completed the entire workshop will receive a certificate of participation endorsed by the highest authorities of the organizing institutions.
The training will be held virtually, on October 18, 20 and 21, 2021, with a total of 12 hours. Those interested in applying may do so through the online form (in Spanish), which will remain open until September 13.