This ADIG online capacity development programme gives current and future internet policymakers a solid foundation in practical and diplomatic skills, as well as techniques necessary to engage effectively in global policy processes.
This tutorial will help you set up the scene, lighting, camera, and audio in your home office or studio environment for the optimal videoconference experience.
Human resources is a common issue among event organisers. The size of your organising team depends on the size of your event (and your budget).
The number of social media users has increased exponentially. By livestreaming your meeting on social media, you can scale your outreach.
Your starting point to choosing the right platform is: how many people will connect to my meeting or event? Or how much will I have to pay for my monthly subscription? If you're organising several meetings, or in charge of your organisation's events, you might consider a mix of platforms. Keep your options open to ensure maximum flexibility.
Context is the main victim in online events. With your light-hearted hat on, watch the 'incidents' captured on video. Plus, follow our tips for an incident-free appearance.
The course covers persuasion, advocacy, and negotiations in humanitarian diplomacy; how to mobilise public and governmental support; how to facilitate effective partnerships; tips and suggestions for communicating with different audiences, and more.
The course analyses cybersecurity challenges, and the roles diplomacy, legal instruments, policies and other factors play in addressing cyberthreats, including cybersecurity issues; online crime, warfare, and terrorism; e-commerce; cybersecurity; and cybersecurity strategies and instruments.