The UN Women Training Center is pleased to present the Compendium of Good Practices in Training for Gender Equality, which aims to make both an empirical and an analytical contribution to the field of training for gender equality. The Compendium offers in-depth information on ten different good practices, including detailed outlines of training courses, examples of dealing with challenges, and a collection of tools and activities for use in training for gender equality.
The Compendium highlights the ways in which training has contributed to change at the individual, personal, institutional and societal levels. It includes analytical reflections of the politics and the practice of training for gender equality. The Compendium also outlines a set of good practice case studies in detailed reports, providing an overview, political context and change project, pedagogical approach, gender equality results and outcomes, notable tools and methods, and challenges of the following contexts:
- ASI: Gender, Rights, and Collective Action Training- ESCWA: Training and Capacity Development on Gender Equality
- Concern Universal: Gender and equality mainstreaming in a Water, Sanitation and Hygiene project
- DIMA-COMIBOL: Training and Capacity Development of Community Reporters with a Social and Gender Focus
- Mupan: Gender,Water and Environmental Education Training
- Promundo: Portal for Gender Equality in Schools (PEGE - Portal Equidade de Gênero nas Escolas)
- Promundo and UNFPA: Gender Transformative Programmes and Approaches in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
- Promundo and Worldfish: Capacity Development to Integrate Gender Transformative Approaches in Aquatic Agricultural Systems
- UN Women Training Centre/ITC-ILO: Blended Course Empowering UN system Gender Focal Points
- Yellow Window: Gender in EU-funded Research (Toolkit and Training Programme)
Click here to access the Compendium of Good Practices in Training for Gender Equality.