Cambio de Idioma

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What We Do

The Virtual School has the teaching and technological capacity to “translate” and “transfer” the knowledge generated by UN into practical training programs specialized for key actors in the region.


Our academic offer is structured into four thematic areas:


Current Debates on HD
Theory of Democracy
Citizen Security
Access and Application of ICT for HD with an emphasis in e-learning
HD and Gender Inequalities
Democracy in Latin America
Citizen Security and Gender
Access and Application of ICT for HD with an emphasis       e-Governance
Public Policies with HD perspective
Tools and prospective scenarios for political action
Practical Tools for Conflict Transformation from a HD Perspective
Democratic Dialogue (self study course)
Indicators for measuring HD
Indigenous People, DG and Human Rights
Planning Development from a Risk Reduction and Early Recovery perspective

HD and Millennium Development Goals
Democracy and the Media
Advanced Course in Citizen Security

Local Human Development
Local Governance and decentralization processes for HD
Risk Management and Gender

Anti-Corruption and HD
Media Training
Democratic Dialogue (self study course)

Public Policies for Afro-descendents

Essentials on Anti-Corruption and Human Development (English)


Within these four academic areas, we develop training techniques within different teaching methodologies:



For more information about the courses the Virtual School offers in each of the forementioned tematics, click here.