Updated Training Manual: Gender in Sustainable Development
Collection of Exercises for Training of Trainers
This manual addresses trainers of gender trainings in order to assist them in designing their individual training sessions and in choosing relevant exercises to deepen the learning experience of participants. The aim is to ensure that participants of a respective training get an introductory knowledge on the subject, and start to reflect on gender issues and determine how these issues should be addressed within the context of their work related to sustainable development.
Conducting gender trainings according to the proposed scenarios will promote gender-responsive:
- Result-oriented planning of activities, programmes and policies;
- Implementation of activities, programmes and policies;
- Monitoring and evaluating of activities, programmes and policies;
The presented tools and exercises can also be helpful in enhancing leadership skills.
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