An action oriented training manual on gender, migration and HIV

Author/s:
Sonke Gender Justice Network, IOM South Africa

Year:
2009

Language:
English

Publication Type:
Manual/ Training Guide
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Description: 
This manual was primarily developed to build the capacity of individuals and organisations to address specific gender and HIV vulnerabilities within migrant settings. It has been designed so that is can be used both as a train the trainer (ToT ) tool and as “on-the-ground” tool for facilitators to use in diff erent settings. It is intended to be used in workshop settings and also as a resource and facilitation guide for those working on issues of migration, gender, HIV, sexuality, health, violence, human rights and citizenship. The manual tries to equip all participants with skills to develop strategies and programmes that contribute to broader social change. Although the manual was designed with migrants and mobile populations in mind, it can be used in a wide variety of settings, both rural and urban - in institutions and in informal community settings, in schools, workplaces and places of worship. Although it is designed for the southern African context it can be adapted to be used globally.
 
Content:
  • Manual overview
  • Module A - Connection and migration
  • Module B - Gender socialization
  • Module C - Gender-based violence
  • Module D - Gender, HIV and AIDS
  • Module E - Power and privilege
  • Module F - Alcohol
 
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Publisher: 
International Organization for Migration, Sonke Gender Justice Network