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International Workshop on
Why You Should Attend?
What Results to Expect?
Who Will Be There?
Day 1: Moving Beyond Concepts and Understanding Key National and International Agreements
Day 2: Special one day workshop with Sunny Marriner on Violence Against Women (VAW) and the White Ribbon Campaign
Sunny Marriner will facilitate a day long session on Violence against Women (VAW). As Executive Director of the Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre, activist, frontline support worker and trainer, Sunny brings over 20 years experience to the field of VAW. The workshop will cover the following topics:
The White Ribbon Campaign will also present day 2 on the following items:
For those interested in attending only this one day workshop, the cost will be CAD $ 395.
Day 3: Applying Gender Analysis Frameworks to the Workplace
Day 4: Integrating gender into programmes and projects
Day 5: Gender Mainstreaming and Gender Audits
How Will This be Achieved?
There will be a field assignment in and around Ottawa that will give you an opportunity to undertake a gender audit.
Need More Information on Logistics?
July 25-29, 2016 for Gender Training â™‚â™€ . 1) Government, UN system, Multinationals: $ 1595 CAD ; 2) NGO/Consultant rate: $ 1350 CAD; 3) Full-time student: $ 1195 CAD.
*One day session with Sunny Marriner and the White Ribbon Campaign CAD $ 395.00
Please complete the Registration Page on our Website at http://www.mosaic-net-intl.ca/registration.shtml
*One day session with Sunny Marriner and the White Ribbon Campaign CAD $ 395.00 Please complete the Registration Page on our Website at http://www.mosaic-net-intl.ca/registration.shtml
Originally from Kenya, Karen Craggs-Milne is the Director of Gender Equality Incorporated, a Toronto based organization that specializes in building capacity at all levels to achieve equitable outcomes for women, girls, men and boys in all their diversity.
An accomplished gender specialist, Karen has worked on gender issues over the last 10 years in several sectors and regions in Canada and overseas. During this time, she has worked closely with numerous clients to review their own practices and integrate a systematic and comprehensive approach to gender integration in projects, programs, policies and organizations. Her technical expertise lies in gender training, institutional gender audits, gender analysis, gender sensitive monitoring and evaluation as well as gender mainstreaming.
As a gender trainer, Karen is well known for delivering participatory, practical and energizing sessions that leave participants feeling confident, well-equipped and ready for action. Karen also has extensive experience in developing comprehensive training materials and customized tools and frameworks for participants and facilitators.
Karen holds a bilingual BA (Hons) in International Studies from York University, Toronto and an MSc. in Development Management from the London School of Economics, UK.
Françoise Coupal is founder and partner of Mosaic.net International, Inc a private consulting firm. She is an experienced Senior Level Gender Specialist having worked for CIDA, UNIFEM, Inter-American Development Bank, PAHO and World Food Programme on gender issues. As a programme officer for the UNDP, Françoise was a gender specialist responsible for a portfolio of gender projects in the field of agriculture, micro-enterprise development, cooperatives and good governance. She has undertaken consulting assignments that have helped organizations mainstream gender into their organizations, programme and projects in the field of disaster relief and rehabilitation, good governance, cooperatives, education and health. Françoise has worked in over 25 countries. She is an experienced facilitator in participatory and experiential methods.
Françoise served on the Board of the Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID) and has been an active member of the Women’s Executive Network.
Françoise undertook her studies at UCLA and graduate studies at Johns Hopkins University and Carleton University culminating in a Master of Arts degree in International Development.
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Special Guest Facilitator, Sunny Marriner, Executive Director of the Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre is an advocate, activist, trainer and frontline support worker. Sunny has served on regional, provincial and national advisory committees for service, research and political/legal policy reform in matters of violence against women and girls. Sunny has a wealth of experience providing direct support to young women survivors of violence and state intervention, including homeless and "street involved" girls; those in group homes, custody facilities, detention and prison; sex workers and sexually exploited girls; pregnant and parenting young women; and those living as wards of the State. She is a regular speaker, trainer and lecturer on intersections of law and stigmatized populations, including questions of access to justice, sexual violence and exploitation, sexual assault law, police and legal responses to VAW and women's incarceration and psychiatrization. See agenda for details.
White Ribbon is the world's largest movement of men and boys working to end violence against women and girls, promote gender equity, health relationships and a new vision of masculinity. White Ribbon's vision is a masculinity that embodies the best qualities of being human. White Ribbon believes that men are part of the solution and part of a future that is safe and equitable for all people. White Ribbon will join us Day 2 of the afternoon of the workshop.