Working at the Intersection of Violence against Women and Children

Build a solid understanding of working at the intersection of violence against women and violence against children.

What Will I Learn?

By the end of the course, you will be able to: 

  • Identify the various ways violence against women (VAW) and violence against children (VAC) intersect 
  • Discuss the risk factors and social norms that drive VAW and VAC 
  • List the common consequences for VAW and VAC 
  • Outline the various approaches and interventions that have effectively reduced VAW and VAC

      Who is this course for?

      This course is for experienced programme managers and technical leads who have implemented VAW or VAC programmes separately and want to learn about integrating the two approaches.

          What are the requirements to join?

          To make the most of ‘Working at the Intersection of Violence against Women and Children’, we strongly encourage learners to take ‘Prevention Essentials Refresher: The Latest on What, Why & How’ (self-paced) before starting this course. Other requirements include that you: 

          • Have a functional laptop/mobile phone and access to stable internet 
          • Are proficient in English 
          • Can complete all sessions and quizzes, as well as engage in the discussion forum

                What is the learning schedule?

                This is a self-paced course that can be completed within three to five hours over five weeks.

                    What is the course outline?

                    The course has four sessions:

                    • Course Introduction 
                    • Why Integrate Approaches to Address VAW and VAC? 
                    • Approaches to Address the Intersections of VAW and VAC 
                    • Course Conclusion

                        For more information about this course, contact us at [email protected].

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