Expert on Implementing the UN Convention against Organized Crime)

Institut de diplomatie publique is seeking qualified, energetic professionals in a wide range of fields to join us in our efforts to combat the threats posed by crimes covered by the Organized Crime Convention and the Protocols thereto and on other issues related to the rule of law.

The Institute offers challenging assignments - UNTOC Review Mechanism and monitoring money-laundering.

Independent expert advisory mechanisms are essential for enhancing the legitimacy and accountability of the policymaking process and helping to strengthen public trust and political support governments to meet their UNCAC obligations and contributing to ongoing assessments of their performance through the UNCAC review process.


The United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (UNTOC) Review Mechanism








1. Assess your eligibility

2. Register your interest

If you are interested in becoming a Certified Professional with the Institute, let us know by registering your interest via the form below and we shall be in contact.


3. Choose your learning path

Online and self-paced learning (Route 1)

Four courses that cover the fundamentals of public diplomacy, inclusive policy, sustainable development and the final test are easily accessible 24/7 through our own learning platform. The online courses offer interactive and narrated learning with intermediate checkpoints to monitor progress and help you stay on track.

Blended learning (Route 2)

4. Modules

Within the framework of the Education for Justice (E4J) initiative, UNODC together with more than 600 academics developed a series of peer-reviewed university modules related to the crimes covered by the Organized Crime Convention and the Protocols thereto and on other issues related to the rule of law.

The Modules offer a careful analysis of the existing conceptual landscape and examines some of the key provisions of the Convention and other thematic areas related to the rule of law.


5. Register on the eLearning platform

UNODC’s eLearning platform offers self-paced online modules that are open to individuals and free of charge.


6. Take the knowledge test

You may retake the knowledge test (post-test) as many time as you wish. A minimum of 80% is necessary in order to obtain the certification of completion.


7. Receive your certificate of completion

The certification of completion will be issued by UNODC if you pass the knowledge test with a minimum of 80%. You may access and download your certificate through the left-hand side menu of the platform.


8. Download TOOLKIT ON STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT and VIDEO




Engaging Non-Governmental Stakeholders in the Self-Assessment Phase of the UNTOC Review Mechanism






9. Take the knowledge test
10. Receive your certificate
11. Get involved and Stay informed

The UNCAC recognises the crucial role of civil society in successful anti-corruption efforts: supporting governments to meet their UNCAC obligations and contributing to ongoing assessments of their performance through the UNCAC review process.


Public diplomats as civil society representatives hold an important role as an independent observer of governments’ implementation of the UNCAC and of the transparency of the review process.


Advocate for a transparent and inclusive review mechanism
Advocate for compliance with your country’s UNCAC commitments