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Free Resources

Library

For Public Diplomacy Practitioners and Mid-Career Professionals

External links

E-Learning (Free Non-Degree Courses)

One of the key goals of the Institut de diplomatie publique as a non-state stakeholder in public diplomacy is to engage in intergovernmental decision and policy-making processes through access to intergovernmental processes and events.

 In this context, higher skills and newly acquired awareness are needed for public diplomacy practitioners to demonstrate a high level of engagement in all major intergovernmental processes related to the 2030 Agenda for the most effective outcomes.

All external courses listed below are recommended by the Institute and therefore offer CPD points. Members should use their own discretion and judgment when deciding which courses qualify for CPD and are of relevance.

International Monetary Fund Courses 

The IMF Online Learning Program

aims at strengthening the technical knowledge and expertise in government agencies with a view to developing and implementing sound economic and financial policies fostering stability and growth.

SDG Courses 

Free, open educational resources from the world’s leading experts on sustainable development

UN SDG-Learning

SDG Academy

United Nations Courses 

UNODC e-Learning courses

(United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime)

UN SDG-Learning

World Health Organization

World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)

The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is the global forum for intellectual property services, policy, information and cooperation.

WIPO Academy Courses

WTO Courses 

Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe 

Research Resources

Business Conference

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World Bank, IMF

The World Bank is the largest single source of development knowledge. The World Bank Open Knowledge Repository (OKR) is The World Bank’s official open access repository for its research outputs and knowledge products.

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OECD

OECD publishes its recommendations, analysis and data on OECD iLibrary to help inform policy makers, researchers and analysts to implement the best possible responses in their countries. 

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We’d love to read what you have to say on subjects that resonate with the public diplomacy and communications community. Perhaps you’re passionate about improving diversity, equity and inclusion within the industry. Maybe you’re a representative of civil society, academia, business with a solution to better stakeholder management or you simply want to reflect on how a fast-moving news agenda is shaking up the sector. Whatever your thoughts, we’re always looking for bloggers! Read our guide to writing blogs and then contact us.

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