Global and local practices, experiences and case studies in the area of entrepreneurship, social innovation, cooperatives and financial inclusion
Interactive, activity based and with wide use of case-studies
Latest advancement as well as practices that proved to be working well in various contexts
Learn from the experience through the case-studies and collective wisdom
Cooperation is of vital importanve if multi-stakeholder partnerships are to fulfil their development goals. The objective of this course is to re-think partnership and enhance the capacities of different partners in fostering enterprise development and access to finance. The course is designed to build shared knowledge for intentional, equitable and effective partnerships
This course is designed for those currently working in a multi-stakeholder environment and whose work could be enhanced by intentional collaboration and partnerships. Ideally, the course will involve participants with a variety of stakeholder perspectives: ILO staff, project officers, other UN agency staff, private-sector operators, funders, government, international agencies, and civil society organizations involved in projects and activities advancing enterprises and access to finance.
The objective of this course is to re-imagine partnership and to enhance
capacity to collaborate across differences for financial inclusion and enterprise development.The course has four specific objectives:
The e-learning course will be implemented over a period of approximately 5 weeks and is structured around 5 content modules with activities and assignments.
An equivalent of 1 day of learning is planned in each week. Each week will have two live webinars that will be recorded and available until end of the course.
Each of the five learning modules of the course includes the following components:
Each session’s duration is 1 hour 30 min, they will be delivered via zoom. The sessions are interactive and facilitated, with an application of adult learning methodologies.
Sessions will take place on Tuesday and Thursdays of the week, unless otherwise agreed. The schedule will be adapted to the group composition and timezones. In case of conflicting timezones the default timezone will be CET or CEST Rome time.
Upon completion of the course, participants receive a certificate of attendance.