Michael Thornton: Global Security and Crisis Management, European Commission - Joint Research Centre
Organizer: The United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI)
Who should attend: The training is intended for journalists, chief information officers, public relations professionals, corporate communication managers and those who want to specialize in public information.
Where: The course is held on the United Nations Campus in Turin, Italy. The Campus is located on 10 hectares of riverside parkland and hosts other national and international organizations such as the ITCILO, UNSSC, UNESCO and SIOI. The UN Campus runs more than 450 programmes and projects for approximately 11,000 people from over 180 countries annually.
Attendance:Upon full completion of the course UNICRI will grant a Certificate of Participation.
Classes: 8 hrs per day with an additional 1hr lunch break
Participants must attend all lessons and practical sessions during the training programme to qualify for the Certificate of Participation from UNICRI.
Office of the UNICRI Journalism and Public Information Programme on New Threats,
E-mail: publicinfounicri.it Tel.: (+39) 011 6537144
UNICRI Journalism and Public Information Programme on New Threats, Viale Maestri del Lavoro, 10 10127 - Torino ITALY