Inclusive Policy via Public Diplomacy
How the Institute works with researchers to produce results that can support real change towards inclusion?
Each month the Institute invites an expert to pose an important question dealing with some aspect of inclusive policies.
We then invite all of you to participate in an on-line written discussion. At the end of the month, our expert will summarize the main results of that discussion in a blog.
Our members are committed to:
Advancing public diplomacy for public benefit through sharing professional knowledge and practice
Actively championing a professional culture of equality, diversity and inclusion
Working to the highest standards of fair, ethical and transparent professional behaviour
Our values underpin the ten professional behaviours of the CPD Framework.
UNESCO IPL PUBLIC DIPLOMACY E-TEAM focuses on the co-creation of the public diplomacy ecosystem and on aligning public diplomacy practices with the standards of inclusive policies.
In order to encourage the active participation of ecosystem actors in the co-creation process, this E-team should ensure a clear vision and a shared value base on which the ecosystem activities may be built.
Experts have joined together to guide the inclusive development of public diplomacy, grounded in human rights, inclusion, diversity, innovation and economic growth.
The Team develops and delivers inclusive, equity-weighted, and SDG-oriented policies in the following fields:
On this basis, we will be able to build public diplomacy capacity, design the case for inclusive policies, and crowdsource tested solutions.
The platform is a virtual workspace where resources and tools are centralized with the aim of facilitating communication and interaction in Working Groups / E-Team, including Document sharing (spreadsheets, presentations, text files, etc.)
We have the opportunity to effect lasting change for all people supporting diversity with deliberate actions that advance diversity and inclusion.
We are always interested in exploring new opportunities for cooperation within the sphere of public diplomacy, be it through research, development or joint innovation.
The Secretariat of United Nations LDC5 confirmed that Institut de diplomatie publique has been granted special accreditation for the Fifth United Nations Conference on Least Developed Countries (LDC5) to be held in Doha, 23 – 27 January 2022.
To participate, each representative of the Institut de diplomatie publique must register for LDC5 Conference.