Strategies, tools, and good practices
Gender focal points and gender facilitators form the gender architecture of United Nations organizations. Gender equality has made strides in the last decades, although the progress is not so fast as expected. Inequalities are still resilient and challenges remain, now more than ever. COVID-19 was a tsunami that rolls through our lives and our society.
How can organizations better manage with the gender equality challenges in the new Era? How can Gender Focal Point networks support organizations in embracing chance?
If you are a gender focal point pushing for equality in the workplace, improve your practice and widen your network with this training course.
The Centre’s training methods include dynamic discussions and practical exercises
Participants engage in Q&As with experts and work with their peers in small group workshops
Participants examine best practices and utilize tools from the United Nations system
This United Nations Gender Focal Points capacity-building programme will introduce GFPs to the UN gender architecture and the latest gender policies and frameworks. The programme includes a two-week online phase, five days of face-to-face training in Turin and a final two-week online action-planning phase. GFPs will explore strategies and tools for identifying and addressing obstacles to gender equality in their context. It will examine gender-mainstreaming tools, such as gender markers and the UN System-wide Policy (UN-SWAP) on Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (GEEW), and their concrete application.
GFPs and gender facilitators tasked with supporting and promoting gender integration in their work units, organizations and agencies; UN Gender Focal Points and UN staff working on gender equality
This blended course helps participants use gender-centered tools to promote equality and decent work for all.
Participants practice their skills in an intensive environment during the week-long residential phase.
The goal of this course is to help participants deepen their knowledge of gender architecture and practice gender mainstreaming skills, using ILO tools.
The Turin Centre is known for its unconventional and highly effective learning methodologies.