The Eastern Partnership Civil Society Facility has announced a new online course on accountability in the energy sector. The course is designed for leaders, managers and other representatives of civil society organisations involved in energy, climate change and environmental issues, including relevant trade unions, sectoral associations and civil society activists from the Eastern partner countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine).
The course is developed in partnership with DiXi Group and Kyiv School of Energy Policy. It aims to offer participants the possibility to learn how to further strengthen their institutional capacity and sectoral expertise. Participants will have the chance to:
- better understand the energy sector, climate change and other relevant environmental issues from a national, regional, EU and international perspective;
- strengthen their skills in engaging in relevant policy dialogue, monitoring and advocating for positive change;
- better identify critical areas for policy intervention;
- share their experience with peers from other Eastern partner countries.
The course consists of four modules and includes interactive webinars, real-life examples, case studies from the energy sector and networking.
The course will run from 19 October until 23 December. The estimated weekly study time for the core material is around four hours. All interested candidates should register before 23 September.
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