Morocco: UN Cares Team Roll Out 2 UN for All training sessions

Published: 
21 June, 2016

Morocco: UN Cares Team Roll Out 2 UN for All training sessions

Following their participation in the regional training for trainers held in Cairo November 2015, the UN Cares Morocco Team was very enthusiastic about rolling out the UN for All modules in Morocco.

During the celebration of Zero Discrimination Day they introduced UN for All in a nutshell. Later in April the UN Cares Team in Morocco rolled out two UN for All sessions on 7 and 12 April to present the 2 new modules on Human Rights (Core Module) and inclusion of LGBTI personnel in the UN workplace (LGBTI module).

Morocco: UN Cares Team Roll Out 2 UN for All training sessions

The two sessions were attended by 23 staff from 9 UN Agencies. The sessions were facilitated by UN Cares Team Members: Mrs Hind El Hajji (Programme Assistant, UNAIDS Morocco) and M. Damiano Giampaoli (Coordination Officer, UN Resident Coordinator's Office). The testimony of two LGBTI people in each session gave a human face to the training. The training was very well received and the anonymous evaluation forms came very positive emphasizing the quality of the training and the need for such trainings to make The United Nations a model workplace which honours the human rights of each staff member.