2 – 6 December 2018 | Manama, Bahrain
The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), in close cooperation with the UNIDO Investment and Technology Promotion Office
(ITPO) / Arab International Center for Entrepreneurship & Investment (AICEI) in
Bahrain and the University of Bahrain is organizing the second training course on green industrial development for policymakers from Arab and Asian countries.
3-7 September | Johannesburg, South Africa
Together with the Trade and Industrial Policy (TIPS) and the Department of Industry and Trade (DTI) of South Africa, UNIDO co-hosted the second edition of the Industrial Policy for Policy Makers (IPPM) training programme in Johannesburg, South Africa.
17 August 2018 | Ninh Binh, Viet Nam
Industrial policymakers from several Vietnamese government ministries have attended a one-week training course on methodological tools for carrying out evidence-based analysis of sector competitiveness. The course considered different perspectives, including production, export, value addition, potential for spill-over effects over total economy, productivity and social factors related to employment, market dynamics, and competitors’ performance.
3-7 September 2018 | Johannesburg, South Africa
The second edition of the Industrial Policy for Policy Makers (IPPM) training programme will be taking place in September 2018, and will be held alongside the annual African Programme on Rethinking Development Economics (APORDE). This year’s theme for IPPM is: Structural Change, Innovation and Industrial Development.
The programme is open for policymakers from SADC countries. It is a partnership between the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), APORDE, the South African Department of Trade and Industry, and Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies (TIPS). It is aimed at senior government officials from across SADC and will be held in Johannesburg (South Africa) from 3 to 7 September 2018.
5 June 2018 | Hanoi, Vietnam
The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), in collaboration with the Industry Agency at Viet Nam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT), has organized a one-day executive seminar on Industry 4.0. It was followed by a three-day workshop.
The seminar, bringing together over 20 high-level policymakers from the different ministries and departments engaged in implementing Viet Nam’s industrial policy, provided a brief overview of current policy options vis-à-vis Industry 4.0. It featured case studies from a range of countries, zooming in on current initiatives in South Korea and South Africa in particular.