Case Study

Equipping and activating teachers in Honduras to address school-based violence and other crises

Published by
Development Alternatives Inc (DAI)
Authored by
Gustavo Payan
Published
Topic(s)
Teachers - Professional Development
Violence
Violence - School-related Gender Based Violence

This case study was collected as part of Teachers in Crisis Contexts (TiCC) Roundtable to share compelling examples of programs and practices that positively influence improvements in teachers’ work conditions and teaching practice.  For more case studies, click here.


 

Docentes por la Paz (“Educators for Peace”, in Spanish) is an empowering and innovative five-module professional development program for public school teachers in Honduras that increases their capacity to provide quality education in contexts of crisis and conflict, and fosters safe learning environments within the education system. This participatory program responds to the need to support teachers as they navigate contexts marked by generalized conflict, violence, and irregular migration and displacement.