This catalogue of free digital learning initiatives has been finalised as of July 2021. The project team continued to receive requests for new initiatives until November 2022. The catalogue is open and freely accessible to all interested parties

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The UNODC global eLearning platform offers a number of self-paced online courses that are open to the public and free of charge. Anyone can access the courses after self-registering on the eLearning platform. These courses have been developed by leading international experts, and are available in Modules that can be translated in multiple languages. Specifically, each learning module is developed in English and is then translated into other languages, upon request from Member States. There are currently more than 380 modules in English and in 16 other languages. The content is constantly being updated so to make sure that all information presented is valid and up-to-date. The courses are compatible to all devices, e.g. tablets, pcs. Each course contains a “Check your Knowledge” questionnaire and each learner who passes the test receives a certificate. Transfer institutions can use the certificate provided by UNODC as a prerequisite for other courses.
Title United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Global elearning initiative
Date launched 2010
Status (Ongoing, forthcoming) Ongoing
Type of Resource Online course
Purpose Support Personnel
Online or Blended OL
Learning outcomes UNODCs eLearning initiative aims to enhance knowledge on issues related to international security threats such as transnational organized crime, terrorism, illicit drugs, trafficking in persons and smuggling of migrants, wildlife and forest crime, cybercrime as well as provide training on border control, intelligence analysis, gender issues, anticorruption, HIV/AIDS and human rights. The courses also enables law enforcement officers and other professionals to expand their knowledge and stay up to date with the international community's fight against illicit drugs, crime and terrorism experts in line with United Nations standards and norms and other relevant international instruments.
Target group Member State officials on international security threats
Evaluation results/ monitoring plan Courses are evaluated by internal working groups
Recognition or certification of learning Certificate provided by UNODC
Europass Title, organisation, thematic area, learning outcomes
Financing and sustainability model Currently, the UNODC Global eLearning Programme is seeking funding and donations
Leading Organization United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
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Is this initiative country-specific? If yes, please specify the country No