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.

Read more here: https://www.female-rights.com/women-poverty-vulnerability/

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.

Read more here: https://www.female-rights.com/tc-turning-principles-into-practice/

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, Field visits.

Read more here: https://www.female-rights.com/tc-women-rights-programming-in-community-development-honduras