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  • Mar. 2013 - Feb. 2014
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  • OHCHR
OHCHR supported the development of a training course on human rights for judges and prosecutors in the Dominican Republic's Judicial Academy, also focusing on the specificities of gender-based violence and the need for proper investigation, View More

OHCHR supported the development of a training course on human rights for judges and prosecutors in the Dominican Republic's Judicial Academy, also focusing on the specificities of gender-based violence and the need for proper investigation, prosecution and redress, as well as a permanent discussion group on human rights composed by judges and prosecutors within the Judicial Academy. In Kenya, OHCHR elaborated two manuals “Human Rights, Gender Based Violence, Child Protection - A trainer's Guide for UPF” for the Ugandan Police Force and a manual on Human Rights Training of Trainers' for Uganda People’s Defence Force and for the Uganda Local Defence Forces.

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  • Mar. 2013 - Feb. 2014
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  • ILO
ILO conducted several training sessions on: ILO Recommendation No. 200: The role of the judiciary in safeguarding HIV-related labour rights (Uganda); HIV, labour migration and violence against women (Togo); Gender Equality and VAW Workshop for Judges View More

ILO conducted several training sessions on: ILO Recommendation No. 200: The role of the judiciary in safeguarding HIV-related labour rights (Uganda); HIV, labour migration and violence against women (Togo); Gender Equality and VAW Workshop for Judges of the Caribbean (Barbados); gender equality, gender-based violence and “HIV and AIDS and the World of Work” for participants from government institutions, employers and workers organizations as well as the private sector (International Training Centre (ITC), Turin); international and national legal framework, including on VAW, for courts in East Africa (Tanzania). Addressing sexual harassment is part of the ILO Better Work programme's extensive supervisory skills training. Documents and information materials related to the impact of Better Work on women workers in garment factories in developing countries is continuously updated on a dedicated page on the programme's website, "Focus on Women": http://betterwork.org/global/?page_id=3550

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  • Mar. 2013 - Feb. 2014
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  • UNAIDS
UNAIDS Gender Assessment Tool for National HIV Responses, including gender-based violence was developed and implemented in 20 countries in 2013. ECLAC has continued its work on awareness-raising by providing training as requested by Member States:

UNAIDS Gender Assessment Tool for National HIV Responses, including gender-based violence was developed and implemented in 20 countries in 2013. ECLAC has continued its work on awareness-raising by providing training as requested by Member States:

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  • Mar. 2013 - Feb. 2014
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  • UNODC
UNODC continued the training of judicial and law enforcement officials, including in S.Africa and Colombia, and supported in Kenya the development of the training manual entitled ‘Ending Sexual and Gender-based Violence: The Role of the Prosecutors’. View More

UNODC continued the training of judicial and law enforcement officials, including in S.Africa and Colombia, and supported in Kenya the development of the training manual entitled ‘Ending Sexual and Gender-based Violence: The Role of the Prosecutors’. In Mexico, the organization trained the Women’s Institute of Durango in strategic planning, measuring and strengthening state policies addressing violence against women.

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  • Mar. 2013 - Feb. 2014
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  • UNFPA
In 2013, UNFPA held a multi-stakeholder workshop in St Lucia on sexual violence in the region as well as gaps and challenges in terms of implementation and hosted a capacity development workshop on pre-natal sex selection for various stakeholders View More

In 2013, UNFPA held a multi-stakeholder workshop in St Lucia on sexual violence in the region as well as gaps and challenges in terms of implementation and hosted a capacity development workshop on pre-natal sex selection for various stakeholders from the regions of Asia-Pacific as well as Eastern Europe and the Caucasus, in New Delhi, India, in November 2013. The workshop examined the sex ratio imbalances, their context and factors at birth as well as their consequences and considered communication strategies and policy options.

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  • Mar. 2013 - Feb. 2014
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  • ESCWA
ESCWA continued to provide training and advisory services for Member States, enabling them to prepare national plans and programmes to fight all forms of GBV and to remove structural foundations of gender-based discrimination.

ESCWA continued to provide training and advisory services for Member States, enabling them to prepare national plans and programmes to fight all forms of GBV and to remove structural foundations of gender-based discrimination.

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  • Mar. 2013 - Feb. 2014
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  • UNESCO
UNESCO developed a university course on gender equality and the prevention of gender-based violence, in collaboration with six universities in Madagascar, and trained university staff on the topic in Madagascar and the Democratic Republic of Congo. View More

UNESCO developed a university course on gender equality and the prevention of gender-based violence, in collaboration with six universities in Madagascar, and trained university staff on the topic in Madagascar and the Democratic Republic of Congo. In addition, a training module on prevention of gender-based violence was also developed for a training of trainers in Madagascar and a first training of trainers for rural communities on the topic was organized.

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  • Mar. 2013 - Feb. 2014
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  • UNFPA
UNFPA convened an expert group on men and boys, masculinities and sexual and reproductive health issues in New York, in September, to better inform its work and 2014-2017 Strategic Plan.

UNFPA convened an expert group on men and boys, masculinities and sexual and reproductive health issues in New York, in September, to better inform its work and 2014-2017 Strategic Plan.

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UN Women supported the Government of Bangladesh to implement CEDAW, including through the training of judicial officers, a review of laws carried out in the light of CEDAW, and the development of a CEDAW Benchbook as reference material for Judicial View More

UN Women supported the Government of Bangladesh to implement CEDAW, including through the training of judicial officers, a review of laws carried out in the light of CEDAW, and the development of a CEDAW Benchbook as reference material for Judicial Officers and the Police.

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  • Mar. 2013 - Feb. 2014
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  • ECLAC
A new e-learning course on Measurement of violence against women in Latin America and the Caribbean is under review by ECLAC. The course is designed for policy makers with the objective to provide further understanding of what violence against women View More

A new e-learning course on Measurement of violence against women in Latin America and the Caribbean is under review by ECLAC. The course is designed for policy makers with the objective to provide further understanding of what violence against women is, its manifestations and impact.

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