Inclusive and gender-sensitive programming
Wednesday, 4th September 2019
Topic: Inclusive and Gender-Sensitive Programming
Location: Children in Scotland Training Room, Roseberry House, Edinburgh, EH12 5EZ
Date: Wednesday 4 September
Trainer: Sadie Watson
Who is it for:
This workshop is primarily for current Scottish Government grant holders, specifically for the small grantees including: project, capacity building and feasibility grants. Where spaces are available, wider members are also welcome to attend.
Understanding what the concepts inclusion and gender-sensitive practically mean for programmes,
Understanding what the leave no-one behind (LNOB) agenda means for programming,
Understanding the implications of the International Development (Gender Equality) Act 2014 for your organisation and projects,
Knowing how your programme works with diverse stakeholders, plans to reach the hard to reach and tailors implementation to account for protected characteristics and marginalised groups,
Awareness of donor expectations and different ways to disaggregate project reporting whilst being compliant with data protection practices.
Why you should attend:
Do you have a feasible plan for reaching the hard to reach with your programme? Can you name all of the protected characteristics covered by the UK’s Equality Act? Do you know the difference between women’s empowerment and gender-sensitive programming? Unsure whether to use the term gender mainstreaming or gender-sensitive? If the answer is no to any of these questions, then this training is tailor made for you.
This workshop will help Scottish Government grantees to get to grips with what inclusion means for programming, why it is important and what it means practically for a programme.
Places are limited to one attendee per Scottish Government grantee. The training is free for both Scottish Government grantees and Alliance members.