The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Global eLearning programme delivers a modern form of capacity building targeting governmental officials from Member States through its online and offline platforms. 

The UNODC training courses address current security and human threats such as transnational organized crime, illicit drugs, human trafficking, and smuggling of migrants, as well as issues pertaining to border and container control, forensics and laboratories, controlled deliveries, security and travel documents, intelligence, HIV/AIDS, and human rights.

The training is designed to last one hour and ensures that users acquire various levels of knowledge in line with United Nations and international standards. This eLearning platform is a secure and cost effective way to reach any official on the globe and provides additional learning contents through its online library. The modules are developed by UNODC and international substantive experts. The platform is constantly updated with new quality content for learners and trainers' needs.

The UNODC Global eLearning Programme is funded by the governments of Australia (Australian Federal Police and Department of Immigration and Border Protection), Japan, Norway, Sweden, and the United States of America.

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July 2015

Cambodia National Authority for Combatting Drugs conducts eLearning training in Phnom Pehn

The NACD recently conducted eLearning training for 10 deputy Provincial Police Commissioners and the Permanent Chairman of the Border Liaison Officers (BLO) in Cambodia. The Cambodian authorities are delivering UNODC eLearning training to build knowledge and operational capacity of the BLO officials and to expand the effectiveness of the eLearning Programme. Moreover, Mobile eLearning Units activities will be operational in border areas with remote internet access in the weeks to come.

June 2015

UNODC e-Learning Training Center established for Maldives authorities

The UNODC Regional Office in India, in collaboration with the Global eLearning Programme deliver to the Maldives Customs Service a Mobile eLearning Centre in Male, Maldives. The  eLearning Centre is comprised of 90 training modules. The training provided via this Centre aims at capacity building of drug law enforcement officers from the Maldives Customs Service, the Maldives Police Service, the Maldives National Defense Force, and Department of Immigration and Emigration. The training centre represents the 39th CBT/e-learning centre in South Asia and boasts the advantage of remotely giving access to training material without the need for internet access. For more information on this historic event please visit:

May 2015

New modules on the eLearning Platform

New eLearning modules are now available for training on the UNODC Global eLearning platform. As of May 2015, 14 modules have been translated into the languages of Sinhala, Burmese, Khmer, Laos, Chinese and Bahasa. To find out more information on the available modules and languages of training, please visit: and register.

May 2015

UNODC launches the Cybercrime Repository

In occasion of the 24th Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ), UNODC launched the online Cybercrime Repository - consisting of databases of legislation, case law and lessons learned on cybercrime and electronic evidence. The purpose of the repository is to expand knowledge and share information on national practices and strategies in preventing and combatting cybercrime. The UNODC Global eLearning Programme has integrated the repository website ( into the cybercrime course available on the platform.

19-20 March 2015

eLearning Workshop at the Police Academy of Cambodia:

The Police Academy of Cambodia (PAC) conducted an eLearning Training on 19 and 20 March 2015. Ten senior police officers attended the training and were trained with seven different eLearning modules. This was the first activity in Cambodia using the Mobile Training Units (MTUs) delivered by UNODC in December 2014.   

eLearning Events

Yury Fedotov, Executive Director (UNODC)

"Knowledge is the key to sustaining the fight against drugs, crime and terrorism. We need to better understand illicit phenomena to respond effectively; learning also underpins the international cooperation and coordination that are absolutely essential to confronting organized crime.

Over the years, UNODC has worked closely with Member States to enhance the knowledge and capacity of their officials. The UNODC eLearning programme by offering best practices and a quality global learning platform, helps to continue and expand our capacity building efforts in an efficient, cost-effective, secure, tailored and flexible manner, around the world."


Yury Fedotov, Executive Director (UNODC)

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