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    Training: Strengthening Gender-Based Violence Prevention & Response in Urban Humanitarian Settings

    Building Capacity to Mitigate GBV Risks and Increase Resilience

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    This training package, developed by WRC, provides an overview of research findings and engages participants in strategies for applying an urban-specific lens to GBV prevention and response.

    Since 2014, the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC) has worked with partners to close the evidence gaps around the GBV needs and capacities of different urban refugee sub-populations. This work has focused on four cities with sizeable refugee populations: Beirut, Quito, Kampala, and Delhi. After direct consultations with urban refugees and stakeholders, WRC developed tools for urban-specific GBV risk assessments and building links between humanitarian and non-humanitarian actors who can contribute to mitigating urban refugees’ risks of GBV. WRC also worked with local organizations to conduct pilot activities tailored to mitigate the GBV risks of traditionally marginalized groups.

    This training package, developed by WRC, provides an overview of research findings and engages participants in strategies for applying an urban-specific lens to GBV prevention and response.

    Training Goals:

    • Familiarize practitioners with new evidence-based, urban-specific interventions and tools.
    • Provide practical instruction for analyzing and implementing urban GBV risk-mitigation strategies.

    Access the full training package here.

    Facilitators' Guide

    • Modified: Wednesday, July 25, 2018
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