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These days, things are anything but business as usual. The COVID-19 pandemic forced us to quickly adapt our training offer to the current context. While some of our training programmes moved completely to an online format, we have decided to offer our open subscription courses in a blended format. These blended courses will consist of two parts:
Online module: This module will consist of several assignments spread throughout five weeks. Participants will start learning about the topic in an innovative e-learning environment and with constant e-facilitation. This first module will prepare them for the next part of the course.

Face-to-face module: Participants will spend eight days in The Netherlands, focusing on study visits, expert presentations and the exchange of experiences with other participants. We intend to offer this module in 2020, but if this is not possible, it will be postponed to 2021, at the earliest possibility.
This new training modality will allow participants to already begin their learning process from home, and join us in The Hague for the rest of the course, once travel restrictions are lifted. 
Climate Adaptation course Integrity & Anti-Corruption course Citizen Participation course Conflict, Rule of Law & Local Security course Multilevel Water Governance course Gender Responsive Governance course LED course La pérennisation de la Paix cours www.thehagueacademy.com Training offer 2020
Facebook Live No. 2!
The format of our courses has changed and this might raise some questions among prospective participants. Join us for a live facebook session on Tuesday 21 July, in which our team members will clear all your doubts regarding the format and content of our three upcoming courses: Climate Adaptation, Integrity & Anti-Corruption and Citizen ParticipationJoin us here.
The impact of corruption
With our blended training on Integrity and Anti-Corruption coming up, we gathered some interesting facts on the causes, costs, effects and solutions to corruption. Do you want to understand the drivers of corruption, its impact on social and economic development and instruments to develop integrity and anti-corruption policies? See full infographic and learn about the course.
Sustaining peace and the role of local authorities
"Peace cannot be taken for granted, it must constantly be maintained, monitoring the tensions that re-emerge and resolving them as quickly as possible. Above all, the root causes that started the conflict in the first place should be eradicated". Read the full interview (in French) with the expert Nicolas Garrigue.
Blended training: Climate Adaptation and Local Resilience
Cours: La pérennisation de la paix et la gouvernance locale
"I found the three-tracks approach on peace building, recovery and development to be highly useful for my work. This approach serves as guidance when making complex decisions on target groups and types of activities"
 – Sascha Kuhn, Project Manager at GIZ Ukraine
Previous participant, Sustaining Peace and Local Governance, 2018. 

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