Asia Training of Trainers

 

Location:                      Thailand

Dates: 25th January-3th February 2012

Deadline for application: October 31, 2011, 5 P.M. C.E.T.

 

The purpose of the IFOR Women Peacemakers Program (IFOR/WPP) Training of Trainers (ToT) is to bring together 20 women and men practitioners/trainers from the Asia region, working in the fields of peace building, gender, and women’s empowerment. The Asia ToT aims to provide a platform for a rich exchange of insights and experiences on the issues of gender-sensitive active nonviolence (GSANV), masculinities, femininities and a variety of issues relevant to peacebuilding in different Asian countries.

 

The training will cover the theory and practice of gender-sensitive active nonviolence and will provide an opportunity to consider case studies from the Asian region. Networking, lobby and advocacy, as well as regional movement building will be addressed too.  

 

Participants and/or their group/organization must be prepared to contribute what they can to the implementation of the follow-up training in the home country (e.g. labour, materials and/or venue). Participants are requested to contribute to their travel and/or accommodation costs if they have ability to do so.

 

Criteria for the ToT

Applicants must:

  • Be from the Asia region.
  • Have some training experience already (minimum of 1 year), in the field of gender, masculinities, UNSCR 1325, peacebuilding and/or active nonviolence within an NGO setting or peace group/movement. Priority will be given to individuals who have an interest in and commitment to active nonviolence, gender justice, women’s empowerment, and masculinities. Active involvement on these issues within local, national, regional or international network settings will be considered an added advantage.
  • Be in a position to spread the skills they have learned during the ToT.
  • Possess strong communication skills and be committed to participatory approaches to training.
  • Have clear plans to implement the knowledge and skills gained during the Training of Trainers into their work for peacebuilding and gender justice.
  • Commit to the entire ToT cycle.
  • As the Training of Trainers will be conducted in English, participants must have a sufficient command of English in order to participate fully in the Training of Trainers.

 

Please fill out the form below – application forms are also posted online at www.ifor.org/WPP

 

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I like it it is a very nice thing but the send time i want to advice that even the people outside Asia they can be invited

Wonderful training plan, currently  I'm working in south Sudan with American Refugee Committee International as GBV officer for the last 3 years. I'm Very interested to participate in this training since it's in the field of my work. more so, it will widen my scope of community intervention skills using best practices relating to working in the fields of peace building, gender, and women’s empowerment.

 my current duties are:

  • Participate in State GBV Working Groups to coordinate GBV prevention and response activities / Participate in the implementation of county/State GBV Standard Operating Procedures / Co-facilitate trainings of multi-sectoral service providers including Line Ministries, Police, Customary Court Chiefs, Community Leaders, Case Managers, Social Workers and Peer Educators / Co-facilitate with CBO partners Peer Educator monthly network meetings /  Communicate clearly with supervisor and team members on implementation challenge and work in a positive manner to solve problems .
  • Assist in conducting all workshops/trainings related to Behavior change communication of the GBV project.
  • Facilitate Behavior Change Communications-related sessions at workshops and trainings.
  • Participate in and assist the HIV/GBV Program Officer and sector team in conducting formative assessments on key topics as related to the project.
  • Conduct Trainings and provide supervision to Peer Educators, and Volunteer Psychosocial Counselors.
  • Organize and conduct special events in collaboration with HIV/GBV Program Officer and sector team.
  • Compile and Submit accurate and timely reports to the HIV/GBV Program Officer on a monthly bases.
  • Video film production on critical health topics.

 

 

 Wonderful training plan, currently working I'm in south Sudan working with American Refugee Committee International as GBV officer for the last 3 years. I'm Very interested to participate in this training since it's in the field of my work. more so, it will widen my scope of community intervention skills using best practices relating to working in the fields of peace building, gender, and women’s empowerment.

 my current duties are:

  • Participate in State GBV Working Groups to coordinate GBV prevention and respons

dear friends 

could you please guide me where is the application form?

To apply, please visit their website: http://www.ifor.org/WPP/.  

 

There you will find a section dedicated to the training and be able to search for the application form.  

thank you so much dear Nura Suleiman for your guidance.

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