Posted by on 29/08/2019

We recently undertook some original research into global circular economy training programmes for the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO).

In particular the research focussed on the lack of policy know-how and expertise around Circular Economy and industrial policy in developing and emerging economies economies and how this could be changed.

The research included:

  • undertaking an extensive review of the current global training market in the Circular Economy
  • developing guiding notes on how UNIDO can help developing and emerging economies to put the foundations in place to create the desired resource efficient, low carbon and closed-loop economies through a tailored training programme
  • developing an innovative concept for a Circular Economy programme that specifically targets industrial policy-makers and public sector stakeholders in developing and emerging economies
  • providing recommendations on how this programme concept can be carefully co-designed with the target audience and developed to meet their real needs, thus becoming a key tool in building their capacity, capabilities and competencies and a crucial resource in making the Circular Economy a reality
  • identifying a comprehensive list of potential global partners to work with UNIDO to turn this concept into a reality
  • developing a draft outline, structure and guiding notes for phase 1 of this new Circular Economy programme 

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