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Gender Responsive Pedagogy Teacher Training Pack (GRPTT)
The Gender Responsive Pedagogy Teacher Training (GRPTT) pack integrates gender equality into child-centered teacher professional development. The pack is adaptable to multiple contexts and is designed to provide practical solutions for teachers in low-resource environments.
Equipping and activating teachers in Honduras to address school-based violence and other crises
Docentes por la Paz 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.
"All That I Have Lost": Impact of Attacks on Education for Girls and Women in Kasai Central Province, Democratic Republic of Congo
This report documents abuses that women and girls experienced when schools were attacked in the Kasais, focusing specifically on Kasai Central province, where the conflict originated and where the largest number of schools were attacked. This research is part of a multi-country study on the impact of attacks on education on women and girls.
Strengthening the Capacity of the Teaching Workforce in Primary and Secondary Schools for Conflict Sensitive Education in Three Districts (Arua, Moyo and Yumbe) of Northern Uganda
In an effort promote a conflict sensitive education approach in the post-insurgency Northern Uganda, UNESCO in collaboration with ECHO provided support towards strengthening the capacity of the teaching workforce in primary and secondary schools for conflict sensitive education in the West Nile region of Northern Uganda.
PLAN International: Girls' Education
PLAN International aims to provide millions of girls across the word with safe, quality, gender-transformative education so they may find their voices and learn to lead.
Mitigating Threats to Girls' Education in Conflict-Affected Contexts: Current Practice
The report presents a rigorous review that complements existing literature on education in conflict-affected contexts by investigating various barriers and threats girls encounter in accessing education, and by shining a spotlight on practices that have supported girls’ access to education in these contexts.
Doorways: Training Manuals on School-Related Gender-Based Violence Prevention and Response
The Doorways program of USAID is a series of manuals targeting three key audiences: teachers, students and community members.
DOORWAYS: Manuel de Formation La Prévention et la Réaction face à la Violence Basée sur le Genre en milieu Scolaire
Le programme de formation Doorways a été conçu par l'Agence Américaine pour le Développement International (USAID) et financé par le Programme Sécurité à l’Ecole (Ecoles Sûres) afin de permettre aux enseignants, aux membres de la communauté et aux étudiants de prévenir et de réagir à la Violence basée sur le Genre en Milieu Scolaire (VBG).
Are Schools Safe Havens for Children? Examining School-related Gender-based Violence
This report reviews the literature on school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) in order to improve understanding about its causes, prevalence and consequences.