Training courses

The Training courses aim to provide youth workers from Lithuania, Senegal, Honduras & India with knowledge, key competences & tools related to women protection & development. Overall participants will learn how to:

  • have clear definitions of women poverty & abuse, by exploring its multiple dimensions & shapes in different contexts;
  • utilize a holistic framework when responding to women protection: responsive actions, remedial actions, protective environment actions;
  • be able to conduct women rights situation analysis through a human rights based approach;
  • co-plan relevant, feasible & sustainable community projects addressing women poverty & development though women rights programming;
  • explore youth work practices aimed at women rights’ protection in different cultural contexts;
  • learn how to create social initiatives and campaigns to boost and foster social awareness towards gender equality.

TC in Senegal

WOMEN POVERTY & VULNERABILITY

The TC provides training on the impacts of rights-infringement / poverty on the life and development of women & girls. This will specifically include topics of child marriages, girl trafficking, female genitals mutilation.

  • The goals of the TC are to: teach participants how to break the vicious cycle of poverty and related problems & how to raise social awareness towards that.
  • Methodologies: Peer & Cooperative learning, non-formal education & learning by doing, field trips and visit to projects, debate with local youth leaders, case studies and analysis by experts.

TC in India

WOMEN RIGHTS-BASED APPROACH: TURNING PRINCIPLES INTO PRACTICE

The TC provides training on the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women & its application into practice through youth & community work in India’ southern region.

  • Goal: to learn how youth and community work can tackle or reduce discrimination against women, as well as empower them.
  • Methodologies: Peer & Cooperative learning, non-formal education & learning by doing, field trips and visit to projects, debate with local youth leaders, case studies and analysis by experts.

TC in Honduras

 WOMEN RIGHTS PROGRAMMING IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

The TC will provide training on Women Rights Programming. Through a non-formal, intercultural & creative learning process, the TC will equip participants with knowledge and practical tools to:

  • undertake a women rights situation analysis; 
  • design community-based projects through women rights-based approach;
  • plan analytical steps & logical framework for these.

Methodologies: Peer & Cooperative learning, Project Cycle Management, Forum theater, the UNESCO’s Four Pillars of Education “Learning to live together, Learning to be, Learning to do, Learning to Know”.