Posted by Tamlyn Mac Quene on April 25, 2018 at 1:03 pm
We are pleased to announce the 2018 dates for CERAH’s much in demand short course on sexual violence in conflicts and emergencies. Combining cutting-edge research and practical experience from experts in the field, the course is tailored to emergency program managers, and one of the few courses to address male and female survivors of sexual violence. Participants in the Uganda session meet with activists from the Refugee Law Project to hear about their experiences first-hand.
SEPTEMBER 10 – 14, 2018 (GENEVA, SWITZERLAND) – OPEN
NOVEMBER 25 – 30, 2018 (KAMPALA, UGANDA)
Sexual violence is widespread in conflicts and emergencies, and can do lasting harm to men, women, children, LGBT people, persons with disabilities, and other vulnerable groups. Developed with expert input from ICRC, MSF, UNHCR, UNFPA, Physicians for Human Rights and Handicap International, CERAH’s intensive one-week course gives emergency program managers the critical analysis and practical tools they need to design, implement and evaluate multidisciplinary programs to prevent and respond to sexual violence. Once a year, the course is offered in Uganda, where course participants meet and hear from community groups about their needs.
Topics covered include:
2 ECTS recognized by the University of Geneva and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID).
Mid-level and senior-level managers with experience or plans to work in conflict and emergency settings. Prerequisites for the course are a university bachelor’s degree (or equivalent), and at least 3 years of professional experience.
For candidates who need a VISA:
6 weeks before the start of the course
For all other candidates:
2 weeks before the start of the course