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First Virtual Dialogue of 2021: Gender Trainers and COVID-19 (February 18th))

First Virtual Dialogue of 2021: Gender Trainers and COVID-19 (February 18th))

by Ruya Leghari -
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/edited/ Our latest Virtual Dialogue Webinar , "Gender trainers and COVID-19: What have we learned from the pandemic?"  on the 18th of February 2021 at 10:00 New York Time (EST)/16:00 Central European Time (CET) was a huge success, thank you to everyone for their participation. You can watch the video and add to the debates here! Remember, your contributions will be credited in the Virtual Dialogue Report. 


Learn more by reading the event's Concept Note below. 

Virtual Dialogue gender trainers and COVID-19

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Re: First Virtual Dialogue of 2021: Gender Trainers and COVID-19 (February 18th))

by Ruya Leghari -

An exciting update about our Webinar next Thursday: Dr Lucy Ferguson will be moderating! Sign up now to participate live on the 18th of February and submit your questions for the four speakers. 

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Re: First Virtual Dialogue of 2021: Gender Trainers and COVID-19 (February 18th))

by Ruya Leghari -

Our Webinar will be bilingual/el webinario sera en ingles y español. 
Two presenters will speak in English and two in Spanish/dos ponentes darán sus presentaciones en español y dos en ingles. 

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Re: First Virtual Dialogue of 2021: Gender Trainers and COVID-19 (February 18th))

by Ruya Leghari -
Thank you to all of our audience members, our four wonderful panellists and moderator Dr Ferguson for making our last Virtual Dialogue Webinar such a success! Please remember that this forum is a space to share your thoughts on the webinar and its key questions. 

We will be posting a recording on the UN Women Training Centre's YouTube channel early next week: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCblfZPSwsFu4-Tn_eATfVkQ for everyone who couldn't tune in live.
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Re: First Virtual Dialogue of 2021: Gender Trainers and COVID-19 (February 18th))

by Ruya Leghari -
Thank you so much to our audience, panellists and moderator for making last week's Webinar such a success! These are some of the questions that participants posed during the Webinar here - why not add your own, answer or discuss some of these?

  • Do you have any suggestions for delivering disability accessible training online? i.e.) Students who are deaf or blind  Chelsea
  • What’s your opinion on how we can reduce conversion rape, especially in countries like India and Pakistan? - Sabene
  • How effective is online training especially GBV related and other sensitive issues? It also leaves out large numbers of people who cannot afford digital trainjng accessories - Aasha
  • Can one of you speak to more affordable and accessible virtual training technologies for training? – Prabha
  • What kind of content are you delivering training on now that you weren’t before COVID-19? – Gwyn
  • Tienen tips de como asegurar la privacidad de la gente que atiende un webinario? por ej si grabamos las sesiones, quedan "en la red" y quizá no para todes es seguro [Translation: Do you have tips on safeguarding the privacy of webinar participants? For example if we are recording something it may remain in the cloud, which isn't secure for everyone] – Martina
  • How do you deal with Zoom fatigue? – Michael
  • Does anyone have examples of good online gender assessments they’ve seen that assess digital accessibility and literacy? – Leila
  • How do you think the media could improve women’s conditions in underdeveloped countries? And How do you think schools could teach children, especially young boys about creating a gender equal environment in the future – Sabene
  • En cuanto a la actividad formadora, investigativa e innovativa, cuales han sido los pro y contra; hay acciones que han sido posibles via remota en los paises donde ha interactuado, que me puede mencionar de Peru [Translation] Regarding the training, investigative and innovative activity, what have been the pros and cons; There are actions that have been possible remotely in the countries where it has interacted, which can you mention from Peru – Bertha