The International Rescue Committee in collaboration with UNHCR will be conducting an 8 day training course which will introduce practitioners working on ending violence against women and children to our Engaging Men in Accountable Practice (EMAP) intervention. EMAP is a ten month individual behavior change intervention which aims to reduce violence against women and girls by addressing its root causes. This global training will aim to equip participants with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to implement and train on this intervention in the field, specifically in humanitarian settings. More information on EMAP can be found here.
The closing date for applications is November 26th, 2014.