Deadline: 9 December 2019
Applicants are invited to submit applications for International Training Programme on “Prevent and respond to Gender Based Violence – strengthening agents of change” which is implemented by the Swedish Police Authority and the Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation and is financed by Sida.
The aim of the programme is to develop the capacity of participating organisations/authorities and their personnel, to prevent and respond to Gender Based Violence.
The main objective is to increase the capacity of the targeted organisations and authorities to prevent and respond to Gender Based Violence, according to Rule of Law.
The main target group is persons who hold a mandate to promote and run processes of change, from the following organisations/authorities:
- Social services/municipalities;
- Civil Society Organisations working to counteract Gender Based Violence;
- Health professionals;
- Relevant ministries.
This will be achieved by reaching the following outcomes:
- The participants actively use gained knowledge, practical methods and tools, preventing and responding to Gender Based Violence;
- Targeted authorities and organisations apply gained knowledge,methods and tools in their work;
- The participants use the contacts and network of the programme to improve cooperation and coordination in the field of Gender Based Violence.
The following components will be included in the programme:
- Core concepts and legal framework
- knowing root causes and structures upholding Gender-Based Violence and understanding Gender-Based Violence, beyond domestic violence. This component looks into national and international legal frameworks, masculinity norms, and research on Gender-Based Violence, power and gender structures, and gender stereotypes.
- Response to Gender Based Violence
- Implementation of the chain of justice, protection and support to victims of crime and survivors and models of cooperation will be highlighted.
- Prevention of Gender-Based Violence
- Methods of preventing Gender Based Violence, such as awareness raising, rehabilitation techniques, changes in legislation as a preventive method, and advocacy tools will be presented.
- Tools for Change
- Strategies on how to communicate and customize a message. Tools for project and change management will be given.
- Applicants from Albania, Kosovo, Montenegro, Moldova and Ukraine to apply to the programme, which will include about 25 participants;
- In the application, all applicants will describe their proposal for a project for change, which will constitute a common thread throughout the programme.
For more information, visit https://itp.sida.se/itp/Programcatalog.nsf/0/58450A4DDA02E8F5C12584970034091B?opendocument