About Us

UNODCs online eLearning courses deliver trainings to a community of over 50,000 Member State officials on international security threats such as transnational organized crime, terrorism, illicit drugs, trafficking in persons and smuggling of migrants, wildlife and forest crime, cybercrime as well as provide training on border control, intelligence analysis, gender issues, anticorruption, HIV/AIDS and human rights.

These courses, developed by leading international experts, enable law enforcement officers and other professionals to expand their knowledge and stay up to date with the international community's fight against illicit drugs, crime and terrorism experts in line with United Nations standards and norms and other relevant international instruments.

For more information about the work of UNODC, please visit www.unodc.org

Team

Our Work

eLearning on Mobile Devices

The UNODC eLearning programme has been in operation since 2010, building on what was initially computer-based training delivered as stand-alone. Today, the programme delivers training 24/7 across the world through the delivery of online and offline training to Member States in line with the United Nations standards and norms and other relevant international instruments and strengthens the capacity of governments to better meet human security and health needs and challenges through eLearning.

 

Each learning module is developed in English and is then translated into other languages, upon request from Member States. There are currently more than 450 modules in English and in 18 other languages. This number is constantly growing as a result of new production and continuous translation of existing modules into different languages. Each eLearning course can contain one or more modules and has its own web-links and resources.

 

Module Example

Funding 

Currently, the UNODC Global eLearning Programme is seeking funding and donations. If your country or institution is interested in funding the programme, please reach out to UNODC-eLearning@un.org