Improving the Safety of Civilians
Improving the Safety of Civilians is an innovative tool which strengthens the capacity of humanitarian field workers to improve civilian safety through humanitarian programmes. Designed for use in difficult and sensitive field situations, the pack draws from extensive experience in real protection crises. Each pack consists of a comprehensive training manual and CD, containing four training modules and core exercises, and templates of all resources for adaptation, together with posters and activity cards for minimal preparation. The materials are designed for use by experienced facilitators, who have some knowledge of protection issues, to train emergency response teams. The pack introduces the ideas discussed in Protection, also published by Oxfam, using modules and exercises that can be adapted to all levels of participant knowledge.
Table of Contents
Using this training pack
Planning a workshop
Outline of training modules
Opening the workshop
Inspirational quote cards
Introducing the training
Module 1 What is protection?
Session 1: What is protection?
Session 2: Tools for protecting civilians in conflict
Session 3: Who protects?
Session 4: Vulnerability analysis
Session 1: Protection analysis
Session 2: Gathering and managing information
Module 3 Mainstreaming protection
Session 1: Mainstreaming protection
Session 2: Options for mainstreaming protection
Session 3: What would you do?
Programming for protection
Session 1: Options for protection programming
Session 2: Objective setting
Session 3: Indicators and monitoring
Resource materials for trainers
Closing the workshop
Dealing with outstanding issues
Participants’ contact details
Feedback and evaluation
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