Offer: Call for Trainers, Women Peacemakers - Thailand
The IFOR Women Peacemakers Program. Thailand.
Closing date: November 14, 2011.
IFOR/WPP Gender Sensitive Active Nonviolence Training of Trainers – Asia Regional Training:
Training Dates: 25th January to February 3th 2012
The IFOR Women Peacemakers Program:
The Women Peacemakers Program (WPP) is a program of the International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR), an international and interfaith movement of socially engaged citizens committed to active nonviolence as a tool for social transformation.
IFOR’s mission is to empower civil society through active nonviolence, and to promote cultures of peace based upon the values of tolerance, inclusion, co-operation and equality. IFOR currently has over 82 Branches, Groups and Affiliates (BGA) in 48 countries.
IFOR/WPP’s vision is of a world where women and men work together as allies to build communities where people co-exist peacefully through active nonviolence. Its mission is to support the empowerment of gender-sensitive women and men for the transformation of conflict through active nonviolence.
To train male and female trainers from the Asia region in gender-sensitive nonviolent peace building.
The trainer must:
Come from the Asia Region or have extensive experience working in Asia region
Have technical skills in participatory/learning in action facilitation methodologies, critical analysis, active listening.
Have extensive training experience in the following topics:
Active Nonviolence and Peace building
Gender (including Masculinities)
Have a strong cross-cultural communication skills and experience with training in international and or intercultural trainings with interfaith settings.
Have experience in writing a training curriculum.
Have activist and or Civil Society Organization experience and background.
Have excellent English language skills.
Academic background (BA/ MA) in a relevant field (desirable).
Active in network settings (e.g. on gender/peace building, etc) will be an added advantage.
The person must be open to critical feedback and be able to critically probe in-depth on issues.
The person must have the ability to handle strong personalities and deal with interpersonal dynamics objectively.
Ability to work as a co-trainer in a group of trainers.
Please download the full descritpion:
Call for Trainers-Asia GSANV TOT.DOC 64.00 kB
If you meet these requirements, please submit the following by 14th November 2011:
An application letter with detailed Curriculum Vitae, including at least two referees (please specify the relationship);
Not more than a 4-page concept paper explaining how you plan to conduct this training (specifying training topics and training methodologies);
An indication of your fee.
Your concept paper must be submitted to Dorothy Attema per email: email@example.com.