Diplo provides an excellent opportunity, through its affordable and flexible online courses which accommodate even the most hectic schedule of working people.

~ Parasram Gopaul, Counsellor, Mauritius Embassy, Brussels (July 2010)

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Catalogue

Course title Next starting date
21st Century Diplomacy 18 July 2016
Bilateral Diplomacy 2 May 2016
Capacity Development 2016 (TBA)
Children and Mobile Technology TBA (2016)
Climate Change Diplomacy TBA
Consular and Diaspora Diplomacy 5 October 2015
Current Issues in the UN (Multilateral Diplomacy II) TBA
Cybersecurity 5 October 2015
Development Diplomacy 5 October 2015
Diplomacy of Small States 2 May 2016
Diplomatic Law: Privileges and Immunities 18 July 2016
Diplomatic Protocol and Etiquette TBA
Diplomatic Theory and Practice 15 February 2016
E-Diplomacy 2 May 2015
E-Participation TBA
Economic Diplomacy 5 October 2015
Global Health Diplomacy 2016 (TBA)
History of Internet Governance TBA
Humanitarian Diplomacy 1 September 2015
ICT Policy and Strategic Planning TBA
Infrastructure and Critical Internet Resources 18 July 2016
Intellectual Property Rights TBA
Internet Governance courses Various starting dates
Internet Governance in Africa - An Introduction 14 September 2015
Internet Governance in the MENA Region 3 September 2015
Introduction to Internet Governance 15 February 2016
Language and Diplomacy 5 October 2015
Legal Instruments for the Internet Economy workshop 14 September 2015
Master/Postgraduate Diploma in Contemporary Diplomacy 1 February 2016
Migration and Development TBA
Multilateral Diplomacy 18 July 2015
Policy Research Methodology course TBA
Privacy and Personal Data Protection TBA
Professional Development workshops: 2015 schedule Various
Public Diplomacy 15 February 2016
The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and Disarmament TBA

 

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