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This module, the first of a series on capacity building and produced by the ISEAN-Hivos programme, is meant to assist community-based organisations to define what they are; how they govern and operate and set their strategic and programmatic direction; identify capacities for recruiting or improving upon; and professionalising their organizations to engage the public or other concerned parties.
This module, the second of a series on capacity building and produced by the ISEAN-Hivos programme, is meant for use assisting community-based organisations to define what they are; how they govern and operate, set their strategic and programmatic direction; identify capacities for recruiting or improving upon; and professionalising their organizations to engage the public or other concerned parties. This module is deesigned to help relatively new trainers or facilitators to conduct workshops for CBOs.
O EPOA é descrito detalhadamente na abordagem de divulgação de pares aprimorada LINKAGES: Guia de implementação. Este currículo de treinamento complementa o guia, oferecendo um currículo detalhado para treinar os profissionais de divulgação de pares para implementar o EPOA. O guia consiste neste documento e um conjunto de ferramentas de treinamento, folhetos e apresentações em PowerPoint.
This English translation of Argentina’s gender identity law was approved by the Senate of Argentina on May 8, 2012. Among the 15 discrete Articles in the law is Article 1, which states that all persons have the right to:
- the recognition of their gender identity;
- the free development of their person according to their gender identity; and
- be treated according to their gender identity and, particularly, to be identified in that way in the documents proving their identity in terms of the first name/s, image and sex recorded there.
This manual is a revision of Asking the Right Questions: Talking about Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity during Assessment for Drug and Alcohol Concerns. The authors have expanded on the earlier version to include mental health issues in the assessment questions. Substance use and mental health concerns may be related to sexual orientation and/or gender identity issues, particularly those issues relating to societal oppression—to provide effective treatment, therapists, and counsellors must know about these issues.
This 2013 discussion paper aims to increase understanding of the human rights issues that trans people face, and the priority actions required to secure trans people’s right to dignity, equality, health and security. It focuses predominantly on the rights to health, to legal gender recognition and to freedom from violence and discrimination. Trans people have consistently identified these rights as key priorities.
This e-Tutorial describes the rationale, benefits and steps of integrating the Microplanning approach in HIV prevention interventions with MARPs This e-Tutorial takes approximately one hour to complete. After completing this e-Tutorial, participants will know:
This e-tutorial quiz test knowledge about the rationale, benefits, and steps of integrating the Microplanning approach in HIV prevention interventions with MARPs. It is meant to be taken after review of an e-tutorial on Microplanning.
This e-tutorial describes the purpose and benefits of community mobilization and its added value in the context of reducing HIV risk and vulnerability among communities of female sex workers and men who have sex with men. The illustration of Karnataka Health Promotion Trust, Project 'Sankalp' has been provided.
There is also a pre- and post-test document associated with this e-tutorial.
This pre- and post-test is meant for use after reading the e-tutorial on community mobilization, which describes the purpose and benefits of community mobilization and its added value in the context of reducing HIV risk and vulnerability among communities of female sex workers and men who have sex with men.
This 2008 report from Ontario's Gay/Bisexual/Queer Trans Men's Working Group and partners describes the results of the study, Getting Primed: Informing HIV Prevention with Gay, bi, Queer Trans men in Ontario.The study resulted from the work of Gay, Bi, Queer, Trans Men's Working Group of the Ontario Gay Men's HIV Prevention Strategy, working in collaboration iwth the AIDS Committee of Toronto and other civil society groups.
This technical brief is designed for people who are planning to respond to the needs of transgender people for the very first time. The audience may include transgender community members; staff of donor agencies; health workers; academics including researchers and staff of training schools for doctors, nurses, counsellors and other health workers; carers; policy-makers; nongovernmental organization (NGO) and communitybased organization activists; lawyers; school teachers and administrators; and staff of police, military, immigration and other authorities.
Published in 2011 by the United Nations Development Programme, Lost in Transition: Transgender People, Rights and HIV Vulnerability in the Asia-Pacific Region aims to provide a research and strategic information framework.
This guide, produced in 2008 by the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Policy Institute, offers practical ideas for how LGBT organizations can apply practical steps to provide a more welcoming environment for transgender people. It addresses challenges and opportunities that present themselves and is specifically intended for LGBT groups and organizations that want to be more inclusive of the transgender community.
Community-based organization (CBO) formation and strengthening is a long process but necessary for the development of strong CBO partners for the targeted intervention programme. Pehchan provides a range of technical support and capacity building, including training packages to build necessary competencies in CBO staff. The Pehchan training curriculum was developed in 2013 to ensure that each member of the CBO staff understands technical issues and is able to address organisational and management challenges.