Gender Equality and Diversity (ged) Workshop Date: 19 June 2017 Venue



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Gender Equality and Diversity (GED) Workshopcare_logo_hoch_big_transp

Date: 19 June 2017

Venue

CARE’s Vision makes fighting discrimination, promoting empowerment and dignity, and respecting human rights central to our work of eliminating poverty. As a global leader within a worldwide movement dedicated to ending poverty, CARE is a humanitarian and development organisation. We operate in 95 countries reaching more than 65 million people through nearly 900 lifesaving projects. In everything we do, CARE puts women and girls in the center because we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities. In order to provide qualitative and impactful services, CARE works to advance gender equality and diversity at organisational as well as programme level. Development and humanitarian programmes have a greater chance to be more sustainable and impactful, if those responsible for managing and implementing programmes have experience and understanding of the concepts and benefits that are entailed in an inclusive and gender-responsive organisational climate.



Agenda:

Time

Session

Activity

Aim

9AM – 10AM

Introduction:

Introduce the objectives and agenda for the day; Setting the training’s ground rules



Incl. AIKIDO





10AM – 11AM

Gender Intelligence I: Understanding Gender Equality, Equity and Diversity @organisational and @individual level

Speed Dating

Privilege Walk



To reflect about one’s own gender and gendered experiences and honor individual knowledge.

Reflect on normative differences – it’s benefits and challenges at organisational and societal level



11:15AM – 11:45AM

BREAK







11:45AM – 12:30PM

Gender Intelligence II: Understanding Gender Equality, Equity and Diversity @organisational and @individual level

Value Clarification


To understand consequences of rigid gender stereotypes at individual and societal level and explain why important to consider in our work.

12:30PM – 1:30PM

LUNCH







1:30PM – 2:45PM

Results-based and Inclusive Dialogue skills

Dialogue skills/Surfacing prejudice

Introduce “dialogue basket” – the opportunities and barriers of inclusive dialogue at work

2:45PM – 3PM

BREAK







3PM – 4:30PM

Gender@work: Gender Equality and Diversity in practice

Gender continuum, leadership skills

Participants have better understanding of how gender norms relate to our work here and abroad.

Participants know better how to integrate gender into their work, at workplace.



4:30PM – 5PM

Debrief










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