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Learning Environment for Integrated Planning (LEiP)

Enroll in LEiP by UNITAR and Millennium Institute for comprehensive training in SDG-focused integrated planning, tailored for policymakers.

About the Course

The LEiP course, developed collaboratively by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) and the Millennium Institute, is a structured educational program. It focuses on integrated planning in the context of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The course adopts a practical learning approach, providing insights into the complexities of policy interventions related to the SDGs, emphasizing the identification of synergies and trade-offs among various interventions.

Visit the LEiP course page to enroll.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completing the LEiP course, participants will have acquired the ability to:

  1. Understand Integrated Planning: Comprehend the principles of integrated planning as they relate to the Sustainable Development Goals.

  2. Analyze SDG Interventions: Develop analytical skills to assess the interlinkages and impacts of different SDG interventions.

  3. Identify Synergies and Trade-offs: Recognize and evaluate the potential synergies and trade-offs among diverse SDG-related strategies.

  4. Policy Application: Enhance their capacity to apply these insights in policy formulation and strategic planning at various administrative levels.

  5. Practical Learning: Engage in a practical learning environment that facilitates an in-depth understanding of the subject matter.

Target Audience

The LEiP course is tailored for:

  • Policymakers: Individuals involved in policy development at various governmental tiers, focusing on sustainable development goals.

  • Country Planners: Professionals engaged in strategic planning and execution of projects within national frameworks, with a focus on sustainable development.

  • Development Practitioners: Personnel working in development sectors, including non-governmental organizations, international development agencies, and similar entities, who need a grounded understanding of integrated planning in the context of SDGs.

  • Academic and Research Professionals: Academics and researchers specializing in sustainable development, public policy, and international relations, seeking to deepen their understanding and research in integrated planning.

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