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International Cooperation can be understood as the set of actions among countries to promote sustainable economic and social balance. It involves attempting to balance the scales between the North-South divide of countries and geographic areas with different levels of revenue and resources.

At DDF, our International Cooperation Campus is a virtual platform of debate and learning where social intervention tools are combined with administrative knowledge and techniques for developing cooperation. Therefore, the student learns to efficiently manage and understand the intervening mechanisms and factors in terms of development and employment.

Our Courses:

Cooperation and Development

400 hours | Online

Volunteering and Cooperation

120 hours | Online

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