Great event, stimulating and informative.
|Dates||Wed 18 February 2015 - Fri 20 February 2015|
|Cost||850.00 - £GBP *residential (including 2 night's accommodation)|
699.00 - £GBP **non-residential
*Residential, includes: 2 nights accommodation, all meals for the duration of the course, course fees and materials.
**Non-residential, includes: lunch and refreshments for the duration of the course, course fees and materials.
Development planners and NGOs are increasingly committed to incorporating a gender perspective into their programmes. However, many face challenges in its practical and systematic application to their work. This course will enable you to effectively and systematically analyse contexts and plan development and humanitarian programmes from a gender equality perspective.
Objectives of the course
By end of the course, participants will:
- Have explored the intrinsic relationship between gender and development
- Be able to integrate gender into contextual analysis, and to use gender analysis frameworks and tools effectively
- Be better equipped to integrate gender into strategic and operational planning
- Have acquired methods of creating gender awareness within development practice.
Course format and costs
This course has two parts: a 3 day face to face course which will take place in Oxford, UK; and a 50 minute one-to-one coaching session after the course (via Skype) with the course trainer, focusing specifically on your needs. This individual, tailored coaching will support the individual to apply the learning from the course to their work, and offer the opportunity to work through current challenges, difficulties and opportunities with a highly experienced practitioner. The available dates and times for coaching will be provided by the trainers in advance of the course. Coaching terms and conditions will be provided upon application. The cost of the course will be £699 (non-residential) or £850 residential (including 2 nights of accommodation).
This course is intended for gender advisers in NGOs and UN agencies, and development practitioners with an interest in gender mainstreaming.
Core content areas
These are the core content areas that will be covered in the course:
- Historical overview and policy approaches to gender in development
- Conceptual exploration of gender and development terms
- Gender analysis tools and frameworks
- Analysing gender and (according to participant interest):
- Human rights
- Health and HIV/Aids
- The environment
- Violence against women
- Planning, including:
- Strategic planning and gender
- Operational planning and gender
Download a PDF of the course profile.