The European Union and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Ukraine have launched an online course on ‘Crisis response management of the territorial community and integration of internally displaced persons under martial law’.
The course is designed for local authorities in territorial communities in Ukraine, including communities hosting IDPs. It covers a number of thematic areas and aspects such as legal and theoretical frameworks as well as practices and cases of crisis response and further social and economic recovery.
The online course will focus on the integration of internally displaced persons (IDPs) under martial law.
The course is free and can be done at any time – studying is not connected to calendar deadlines, so users can work on the course at their own pace. It is available on the Prometheus educational platform.
The online course was developed as part of the Mayors for Economic Growth Facility, funded by the European Union.
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