Gender-Based Violence (GBV)
The GBV has become one on the significant issue that organizations seek to address. Recognize that the key to preventing GBV is from having a strong commitment to working towards gender equality. This includes the efforts to prevent violence from happening by addressing it's root causes, increasing awareness of the problem and its impact, and improving services for survivors of GBV.
By running training there is a high possibility to reduce the violence against females. As known, there are numerous types of GBV can be experienced throughout the lifecycle including psychological abuse; sexual harassment; deprivation of education, food, economic, and health resources; sexual exploitation and abuse, including trafficking; female genital mutilation/cutting; intimate partner violence; and elder abuse.
GBV is one of the most challenging issues for populations affected by armed conflict and humanitarian emergencies. When existing social networks and protection mechanisms are disrupted, women and girls are more exposed and vulnerable to abuse. GBV is not only a violation of human rights with many harmful consequences for individuals, families, communities, and societies; it also translates into significant costs for countries and affects their human, social, and economic development. While there are challenges and ethical issues related to the financial burden of addressing the GBV.
Upon completion of this course participants are expected to be able to:
- Understand and categorize the subject of GBV.
- Develop different methods to assess and recognize GBV.
- Identify different types of GBV.
- Develop different strategies on how to emotionally support GBV.
- Present different methods for assessing GBV cases.
- Collect information in a practical and professional manner.
This course is intended for:
NGO staff involved in humanitarian issues.
About the Trainer:
Dr Izaddin A. Aziz is a program manager of the GBV project, member of the Board of Experts at the Public Aid Organization, consultant, Human Resources Manager, humanitarian worker and trainer who has over 15 years of experience training local NGOs in capacity building, leadership skills, violence & conflict management, parenting skills and offering psychological support for victims of conflict. The trainer completed his PhD in Psychology from Leicester University in the UK and has many publications related to displaced people from a psychological perspective as well as having written three books related to Psychology and volunteer work. The trainer highly advocates both independence and teamwork in addition to being a supportive leader who nurtures and guides others to work hard whilst fueled by compassion.
- Exploring key topics and related concepts
- Introducing Human Rights perspectives.
- What are the characteristics of a good helper?
- Recognizing and explaining violence.
- Categorizing each type of violence.
Introduction to GBV
- What is GBV?
- GBV and human rights.
- Why do women and children tolerate violence?
- Causes and consequences of GBV.
- The physical environment of the community.
- Victims (survivors) and perpetrators of GBV.
- Who are perpetrators/victims of GBV?
- Common mistakes.
- Gender-based violence data.
- Effective methods of data collection with GBV victims.
- The aim of case management.
- Principals of case management.
- Early marriage.
- Connecting with GBV victims.
- Different strategies for recovery.
- Things to avoid.
When and where is the course being held?
The course will take place at MSELECT Academy in Erbil, starting on Tuesday, 26th to 28th March 2019. The time of the classes is from 9:00 am – 15:00 pm.
Must be made 3 working days before the start of the course. Payment can be made in cash, by bank transfer or through exchange offices.
How do I register?
You can register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details:
- Full Name:
- Email Address:
- Phone number:
- Name of course:
For more information, please call 066 261 4455 or 0772 617 5794