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The 2.5-days HDFF designed Stay Safe Training “Skills T” aims to enable implementing personnel in establishing professional Travel Risk Management, ranging from relevant travel information, travel warnings, and tracking capabilities for female staff members.
A.Enhance the organization’s female travel safety through Travel Risk Management Strategies
B.Learn appropriate planning and assessment of travel routes
C.Raising safety awareness with/for female travelers
D.Integrate tools to identify potential journey threats in advance
This is to introduce you to the ‘**Gendering Human Security, Peacebuilding & Conflict Transformation Course'** by Coalition For Peace in Africa (COPA). The training is targeting 15 practitioners from around the continent whose work revolves around gendering peacebuilding initiatives, gender mainstreaming in organizations, prevention of sexual violence against women in situations of conflict and integrating UNSCR 1325, CEDAW and Human Security into organizational projects/programmes.
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International Medical Corps is now accepting applications from emerging GBV specialists for the 2019 seven-day, in-person training titled the ‘Managing Gender-Based Violence Programs in Emergencies Training Course’ scheduled for late February 2019. The training is part of the MGBViE global learning program that aims to increase the number of GBV specialists in complex emergencies and is funded through the U.S. Department of State, Bureau for Population, Refugees, and Migration.
Diploma in Gender and Development in Humanitarian Actions
Deadline for Registration: 30th November 2018
Mode of Learning: Online Learning
Start Date: 1st December 2018 ;End Date: 31st May 2019
Course Duration: Six Months (2 hours Per Day)
Build RBM Skills with Enhanced Knowledge
Course Title: Project Planning & Management with focus on RBM & M&E
Who Should Attend: Project Managers
Where: Bangkok, Thailand
When: 22 - 26 April 2019
Venue: Asia-Pacific Development & Communication Centre (ADCC) @ Dhurakij Pundit University (DPU)
Over the past decade, project management has taken a central role in civil society work and can be considered today as a tool for social change, a cornerstone to community development and to build and/or strengthen civil society organisations. As a consequence, gender mainstreaming strategies in development and management of projects has become a necessary skill for civil society organisations, development actors and project managers in other to achieve gender equality.
The development landscape has changed significantly over the last few decades, becoming increasingly complex. Many of the issues we face today, such as climate change, poverty and conflict, call for a new way of doing business, so as to collaboratively contribute towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Managing for Sustainable Development Impact (M4SDI) approach has evolved to support leaders and development practitioners how to navigate this complexity and manage their initiative/organisation successfully towards sustainable development impact.
THE IMPACT OF POLITICS ON SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND RIGHTS
Volume 27 Number 54, May 2019
Submission deadline 31 October 2018
CERAH offers a one-week intensive course on Sexual and Reproductive Health in Emergencies. This course was developed jointly with the Norwegian Refugee Council’s standby roster NORCAP and UNFPA.
The course aims to develop the understanding of sexual and reproductive health issues in emergencies and provide participants with the necessary skills to coordinate the implementation of a minimum set of sexual and reproductive health interventions. It addresses to mid-level or senior managers.
Our updated calendar for 2018 trainings is out now! For more information or for registering contact firstname.lastname@example.org!
Gender Matters is a free, self-paced course meant to provide an introduction to the concept of gender.
This course offers various lenses through which you can look at the complex concept of gender and the inequalities that exist in your environment. Topics covered include defining gender as socially embedded descriptions of key gender-related terms, distinguishing between different conceptualizations of gender and identifying sources of gender inequality in their environment.
Gender Equality in EmergenciesPeople are affected by crises in different ways. In this short video, learn steps to equitably address the needs of boys, girls, women, men, and vulnerable groups during emergencies.
Create beneficial norms, eliminate harmful ones:
Join UNICEF and the Univeristy of Pennsylvania for the Social Norms, Social Change MOOC
Free and open to anyone interested in positively transforming societies
This online course explores social norms, the rules that glue societies together. It considers the nature of social norms, how they are formed, how they are supported by expectations, and how they are part of a web of other norms & values that define a local culture.
Majority of projects and programs intend to ensure equality and equity of both men and women. Practical tools will help that such an intention is implemented and projects/programs become more efficient. Tools that are based on proven success and enabling frontline field workers to follow.
This course is matching international norms and guidelines with planning tools, field implementation approaches and guidelines as well as case by case monitoring and evaluation. It includes various real life case studies and best practices.
In support of International Women’s Day on 8 March, take action by learning how to incorporate gender-specific activities in program planning and implementation.
United Nations Population Fund and International Medical Corps are currently accepting applications from emerging GBV specialists for the 2017 seven-day, in-person training titled ‘Managing Gender-Based Violence Programs in Emergencies Training Course’ scheduled for May 2017. The training is part of the MGBViE global learning program that aims to increase the number of GBV specialists in complex emergencies and is funded through the U.S. Department of State, Bureau for Population, Refugees, and Migration.