As a public speaker and workshop facilitator I have had the opportunity to work with non-profit organizations, college students, professionals from the cultural and public sectors and offered tailored programs to help them: get to know the basics of international cooperation, how their sectors can benefit and participate, and the steps they need to follow in order to become actors of international networks, exchanging knowledge, tools and building better opportunities for themselves and their organizations.
Online learning has become one of the best options for students to connect directly with experts allowing them to hand-pick the skills and knowledge they're looking for and accesing it in a way that's flexible, convenient and highly accessible through computers and mobile devices from wherever they are in the world.
Tutors can also engage and reach broader audiences and actively participate as members of an ever so growing global learning community.
- The contents (in Spanish) present the historical and political aspects that shaped the core institutions of international cooperation, defining its purposes, tools, actors and the current agenda of international aid.
- It also presents a broad view of the types of cooperation and the decentralised model as the most flexible alternative for local government, profit and non profit actors to participate.
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