Acknowledgement of partners

 

The International Association of Universities (IAU), created under the auspices of UNESCO in 1950, is the global voice of higher education, bringing together members from more than 130 countries worldwide. IAU has become a strong partner of UNODC and its Education for Justice (E4J) initiative; both organizations work closely together to strengthen the voice of academia on issues related to the Sustainable Development Goals and the rule of law.

The World Economic Forum’s Strategic Intelligence platform combines expert human intelligence, drawn from universities, think-tanks, international organizations and other research institutions with machine intelligence to map the key trends and interdependencies affecting hundreds of global issues. The platform helps users make sense of the complex forces driving transformational change across economies, industries and global issues, including topics related to the Sustainable Development Goals and the rule of law. WEF’s Strategic Intelligence Group is supporting UNODC’s Education for Justice (E4J) initiative in its efforts to strengthen the voice of academia on issues related to the Sustainable Development Goals and the rule of law. The Forum is also supporting the E4J’s Grants Programmes which aims to strengthen teaching and research on issues related to rule of law and SDG 16.

The Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas ( UPC ), Peru, and its Centro de Servicios de Traducción - its professors and students - translated the modules of the various E4J University Module Series into Spanish, thereby supporting the roll-out of the E4J initiative to and the teaching on the SDGs, particularly SDG 16, in Spanish speaking countries.

Qatar University and its College of Law is supporting the roll-out of the E4J initiative to Arabic speaking countries by translating the modules of all E4J University Modules Series, thereby supporting the teaching on the SDGs, particularly SDG 16 in the region.

The Kuwait Anti Corruption Authority ( Nazaha ), Kuwait, is currently translating the modules of the E4J University Module Series on Anti-Corruption and on Integrity and Ethics into Arabic, thereby supporting the roll-out of the E4J initiative to Arabic speaking countries.

Translation to Portuguese

The translation to Portuguese of all E4J materials is being developed with the support of many partners - professors, academics and students - from various institutions, who in this way support the roll-out of the E4J initiative and the teaching on the SDGs, particularly SDG 16, in Portuguese speaking countries: Ius Gentium Conimbrigae - Human Rights Center, Coimbra / Portugal; University of Coimbra / Portugal; Federal University of Maranhão / Brazil; ISCTE / Portugal; Nova Law School / Portugal; University of Lisbon / Portugal; ISCPS / Portugal; University of Macau (MSAR) / China; Catholic University of the State of Pernambuco (UNICAP) / Brazil; Federal University of Bahia / Brazil; University of Sao Paulo / Brazil; Universidade Federal Fluminense / Brazil; University Eduardo Mondlane / Mozambique; University Lusiada of Oporto / Portugal; McKenzie University / Brazil; National University of Timor Lorosa'e (UNTL) / Timor-Leste; National Institute for Research and Promotion of Human Rights / Brazil.

Beijing Normal University and its College for Criminal Law Science is supporting the roll-out of the E4J initiative by having translated several modules of the E4J University Modules Series into Chinese, thereby supporting the teaching on the SDGs, particularly SDG 16, in China.

The CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) Management Authority in China is supporting the E4J initiative by translating the E4J University Modules on Wildlife Crime into Chinese.

Nanjing University, China - through activities led by its Student Career Development Centre and through its professors and students - is contributing to the roll-out of the E4J initiative by translating several E4J modules into Chinese, thereby strengthening the teaching on the Sustainable Development Goals, particularly SDG 16, in China.

School of International Governance Innovation (SIGI), at Guangdong University of Foreign Studies in China, is an international think tank focusing on the study of international economic rules and the education and training of high-level comprehensive and interdisciplinary scholars in global economic governance. Through activities led by its professors and graduate students, SIGI is contributing to the roll-out of the E4J initiative by translating E4J modules on Anti-Corruption and Integrity & Ethics into Chinese, thereby strengthening the teaching and learning on the Sustainable Development Goals, particularly SDG 16, in China.

Renmin University of China - through activities led by its Research Center for Criminal Justice and through its professors and students - is contributing to the roll-out of the E4J initiative by translating several E4J modules into Chinese, thereby strengthening the teaching on the Sustainable Development Goals, particularly SDG 16, in China.

USAID through its New Justice Program is supporting UNODC’s Education for Justice (E4J) initiative by translating the E4J University Module Series on Integrity and Ethics into Ukrainian, thereby strengthening the teaching on SDG 16 related topics at the university level in Ukraine.

The USAID funded Safe Migration in Central Asia Program supports the E4J initiative by translating the E4J University Module Series on Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants into Turkmen, thereby strengthening the teaching on SDG 16 related topics at the university level in Turkmenistan.

UNODC and The Open University (OU) have partnered to support integrity and ethics education in universities and have developed a certified, five-hour online training course as an accessible and inspiring introduction to the teaching methods and ethical concepts that underpin the Education for Justice (E4J) initiative. Providing practical support for educators in universities, the course aims to strengthen the capacity of lecturers to successfully incorporate integrity and ethics teaching into the curriculum.

 
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