Oct 23 - Dec 15 Online Global Citizen Leadership Course

Online Global Citizen Leadership Course

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October 23-December 15

REGISTER TODAY!

The Global Citizens’ Initiative (TGCI) is pleased to announce that we will be offering our 6th annual online Global Citizen Leadership Training Course between October 23 and December 15, 2017. The course content is tailored for entry- and mid-level international development professions working for NGOs, government entities, businesses, or international organizations. Teachers and students in global development and related studies also are encouraged to apply.

The course will build your capacity to address development challenges within and across countries. We cover topics such as human rights, gender equity, the environment, poverty and income inequality, and global peace and justice. Our course is unique in that it provides you with an opportunity to directly learn from and work with colleagues from different countries. The course requires 2-4 hours per week of work.

It is our sixth year of running the leadership course, and to date we have graduates from more than 20 countries. Our faculty is a team of outstanding TGCI international development experts and practitioners. A full course description and a registration are now posted on TGCI’s website. You can also access course information directly on our course page and the registration form here.

Please don’t hesitate to send any questions to:
Michelle Vital
TGCI Course Coordinator
michelle@gcitizen.org

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