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The overall purpose of the UNCIVSOC is to prepare civilian staff officers for a posting to a UN led peace support operation. The course will provide insights into how a modern United Nations mission is built and how it coordinates its actions with the humanitarian and development parts of the UN presence in a conflict area. Focus will be on understanding what the multidimensional and integrated concepts mean so that the student will be able to effectively contribute to the United Nations operational programs.The course is based on United Nations Department of Peacekeeping and Department of Field Support (DPKO/DFS) policy documents, training modules and directives.
26 November - 7 December 2018
1 - 12 April 2019
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