Welcome to the course
Thank you for registering for the self-paced course "Indigenous Peoples at the United Nations: Project Access Online." This email contains the information you need to orient yourself to the course. Please be sure to review the email in its entirety.
How does the course work?

This is a self-paced course. You may start and complete it at any time, going over the content at your own pace.

Each module contains an instructional email that you can access through this course room. Through these instructional emails, the course team will guide you to review the required and optional activities.

Once you complete the course requirements, the course completion certificate will become available for download directly from the course home page

Contact the course team if you have any questions. 
What are the components of the course?
Please review the information on the required and optional components of the course below. This information is also available under the Syllabus tab in the course room.
1. Course requirements

To receive the certificate of course completion, you must:
  • Listen to all course lectures
    Each module offers lectures by the course experts. Lectures are typically about 15 minutes long.
  • Pass four quizzes
    Each module contains a required quiz checking your comprehension of the information covered in the lectures and workbooks. To pass each quiz, you must answer 60% of questions correctly. You can re-take the quizzes as many times as you need.
  • Complete the course survey
    At the end of the course, we ask that you complete a short survey about your learning experience. 
2. Optional course components
  • Sample interventions
    Module 2 features examples of UNPFII interventions delivered by Indigenous Peoples.
  • Discussion forum
    Each module features a discussion forum. This is an opportunity to reflect on the content with all the course participants. The discussion forums are not facilitated by the course experts.
How can I make the most of this course?
Tell other participants about yourself on your Learning for Nature profile page. Sharing information about your work on your profile will help you to more easily connect with others who are doing similar work.
Engage in discussions with other participants on the discussion forums. We encourage you to use the course as an opportunity to share your expertise and learn from others.
Build your network. Learning for Nature allows you to send connection requests to other participants and communicate with them in chat without leaving the platform.

Don't hesitate to let the course team know if you have any questions and/or have suggestions for improving your learning experience. We appreciate your feedback! You can reach the course team at
How can I download my certificate?

We are pleased to announce that your course certificate will be signed by Jamison Ervin (Manager, Global Programme on Nature for Development, UNDP) and Roberto Múkaro Borrero (Interim Director, Tribal Link Foundation). 

Once you complete the course requirements (listen to all course lectures, pass four quizzes, and complete the course survey), you will see green checkmarks next to each component under the Course Content section of the course home page.

Once these green checkmarks are visible, the "Download your certificate" button will appear above the modules. You may download your certificate by clicking this button. Please make sure you are logged in when checking your progress.
Thank you for your participation! 
If you have any questions, please check the FAQs in the course room or contact the course team at
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