Managing Gender Based Violence Programmes in Emergencies Online course.
Violence against women in conflict situations has reached epidemic levels and is a continuation of what happens in the lives of women during peacetime. Women and girls of all ages are raped and abducted to serve as sexual slaves; pregnant women are physically assaulted; and many women have been murdered or infected with HIV/AIDS. Violence against women during conflict situations becomes multiplied and intensified many times over, as women’s bodies become “battle grounds” where opposing forces fight to gain control. Since women do not have the same rights as men, they remain victims of gender-based violence and discrimination.
The GBV Emergency Response Program outlines the concrete steps emergency practitioners need to take in ensuring that GBV survivors have access to appropriate services in a safe and timely manner, and that coordination and advocacy are undertaken to reduce risks to women and girl
The following are the Key thematic Areas,
- Understanding Gender Based violence
- Framework for addressing GBV in Emergencies
- Preventing GBV in Emergencies
- Responding to GBV in Emergencies.
1st October 2019
The course participation fee is 400 USD . You will receive an invoice by email after registration. More information is available in the event link provided in this page. Registration will be closed as soon as the course is full and your place is secured once your payment is confirmed.
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