Training Course - Gender-based Violence in Humanitarian Action
This training is addressed at professionals with a protection background and/or with a basic to good understanding of gender-based violence and/or gender programming who:
• Are working or planning to work in humanitarian and development contexts and have a special focus of interest in expanding their knowledge on gender-based violence;
• or Are already working on gender-based violence programming and are interested in deepening their understanding on GBV programming as well as applying their knowledge in different contexts with a group of peers;
• and Demonstrate commitment to complete the 5-day, face-to-face training course and to actively participate in hands-on individual and group projects in a creative and stimulating environment.
NEW REPORTS AND EVENTSSEE ALL
Why Not Local? Gender-based Violence, Women’s Rights Organisations, and the Missed Opportunity of COVID-19 - IRC 2021Dec 07, 2021 The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a devastating toll on women and girls’ safety in already complex humanitarian emergencies. Risk mitigation measures to prevent the spread of the vir...
Guidance to Gender-Based Violence Coordinators Addressing the Needs of Male Survivors of Sexual Violence in GBV Coordination - GBV AoR 2021Nov 02, 2021 This guidance note is intended to guide gender-based violence (GBV) coordinators in their work on addressing sexual violence against men and boys in humanitarian coordination. The ...
STRENGHTENING PARTICIPATION, REPRESENTATION AND LEADERSHIP OF LOCAL AND NATIONAL ACTORS IN IASC HUMANITARIAN COORDINATION MECHANISMSOct 22, 2021 This guidance note has been developed to support efforts to strengthen the meaningful participation, representation, and leadership of local and national humanitarian actors (L/NAs...
The GBV AoR brings together non-governmental organisations, UN agencies, academics and others under the shared objective of ensuring life-saving, predictable, accountable and effective GBV prevention, risk mitigation and response in emergencies, both natural disaster and conflict-related humanitarian contexts.