Co-Create the change you want to live in the world! - Organisations
GIZ’s Academy for International Cooperation (AIZ), the World Bank Institute, Presencing Institute and other partners, invite change makers from all over the world to go on a Leadership Journey by joining the MOOC on “Leadership for Global Responsibility”. The journey starts on March 25, 2014 and will continue for seven weeks. The course is free of charge and open to anyone interested. It is also possible to join the journey at a later point.
Participants will get the opportunity to build collaboration by connecting with other change makers, to reflect on the leadership capacities required for [...]
Dear users and visitors,
today we reveal the new Public Portal of Global Campus 21. We have facelifted the design, to make content easier to perceive (both by people and search engines). Also the editing process has been rebuilt, allowing us to shorten the editing cycle and to address our audience in different languages more flexibly.
The new pages will focus on providing valuable and vivid messages about our platform and its practical use, new products, and the experience and opinions of people and organisations who inhabit our virtual house.
Step by step, we will enrich the portal functionally, to meet the demand [...]
Welcome! We, the editors of Public Campus 21, are pleased to bring you with this blog a bit closer to the activities on the campus on a more personal level. In the future, we will report here on issues that we encounter in our everyday editorial work – new portals, new courses, but also what we find in the worldwide web about virtual learning.
We – that is María Ortiz for the Spanish-language sites and themes and Boris Hänßler for the German and English! We welcome you to accompany us with your ideas and your feedback!
With kind regards
María Ortiz and Boris [...]
What do participants of e-learning courses do with their gained knowledge? We asked David Harleman from Fortis Bank Nederland whether his participation in our course “Enrivonmental and Social Risk Management” had helped him in his daily work. He said, he had learned how to assess risks of transactions in a more systematic way.
What motivated you to participate in the course?
David Harleman: One of my activities is to work on the integration of social and environmental issues in our risk management processes, as well as work on policy development on sustainability topics. That is why this course was interesting for me, because [...]
This one-year blended-learning programme is targeted at officials and professionals involved in education policy, planning, financing and budgeting and employed in ministries of education and finance, NGOs and training institutions within the SADC region.
The programme is to assist participants to acquire the essential skills and competencies in the area of educational finance and planning for achieving education policy objectives.
Participants learn how education policies such as quality education for all can be translated into budgets and programmes.
It is jointly offered by the SADC Education Policy Support Initiative Centre at the Wits School of Education, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, together with [...]
In 2010 South Africa will host the world’s biggest sport event, the FIFA World Cup – it will take place for the first time in Africa. German experts know from their own World Cup: the organizational skills of World Cup host cities are challenged. Being a host is more than just stadiums and fan parks. There is hardly a communal work field, which is not affected by the World Cup preparations: transport, security, energy, marketing or tourism.
German cities have met well the challenges of the World Cup in 2006. Since 2007, they now want to share their experience with their [...]