Public Courses

The UNODC global eLearning platform offers a number of self-paced online modules that are open to the public and free of charge. Anyone can access these modules after self-registering on the eLearning platform. Unless otherwise stated, a certificate will be issued upon the successful completion of a post-test.

Introduction to Anti-Corruption

This self-paced module provides an introduction to the United Nations Convention Against Corruption, what corruption is, the consequences it can have as well as the requirements for how corruption should be addressed.

Available in: English, Arabic

Duration: 60 - 90 min.

Advanced Anti-Corruption: Prevention of Corruption

This self-paced module provides an understanding of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption and explores how, as the only global, comprehensive and legally binding anti-corruption instrument, it can act as a framework for the fight against corruption across the globe.

Available in: English, Arabic

Duration: 60 - 90 min.

Human Rights in the Community

This self-paced module provides information on human rights through the eyes of a community member. It explores the basic principles and human rights important to a member of the community, in particular human rights that are significant during times of emergency or conflict, and how human rights are established under specific covenants or treaties. It considers what protection human rights should provide for individuals facing the criminal justice system, for victims of crime, and also how victims should expect to be treated by law enforcement officers.

Available in: English, Sinhala, Thai

Duration: 60 min.

Preventing Conflict Using a Human Rights Based Approach

This self-paced module provides training on the human rights based approach and how this approach can assist to prevent, transform or resolve conflict. It looks at how law enforcement officers should act in accordance with a human rights based approach and the keys actions for applying a human rights based approach in the criminal justice sector during times of emergency or conflict.

Available in: English, Sinhala, Thai

Duration: 60 min.

Alternatives to Imprisonment for Women Offenders

This self-paced module addresses gender-based discrimination in the criminal justice system and explains non-custodial measures that should be made available to women offenders in line with international standards and norms.

This course was developed by UNODC and the Council of Europe for criminal justice practitioners.
Please note that this module does not contain a post-test, and therefore no certificate will be issued.

Available in: English

Duration: 60 - 90 min.

UN Cares - HIV in the workplace

This self-paced module provides information on reducing the impact of HIV on the United Nations workplace by supporting universal access to a comprehensive range of benefits for all United Nations personnel and their families. These benefits, known as the "UN Cares 10 Minimum Standards", include information and education, voluntary counselling and testing, access to male and female condoms, and emergency prevention measures in case of accidental exposure, amongst other topics. The UN Cares 10 Minimum Standards also call for increased measures to stop stigma and discrimination.

Available in: English, Arabic, French, Spanish

Duration: 60 - 90 min.