Gender in Peace Operations Course
Students per iteration:
The minimum number per iteration is 10 and the maximum is 25
Iterations per year:
We hold this course once a year. There is a possibility to hold another course during the year, upon request
14 to 21 Jan. 2016
Deadline for applications:
- O1 to O5 (2nd LT to COL), (For military and police personnel).
- Good command at English language.
- Physically fit.
to develop participant’s knowledge about the role of gender in various peace missions, and to create a culture of acceptance and involvement of female participation in this field.
audience: Military, Police, Governmental officials or civilians.
500 US Dollar
Gender and Peacekeeping
Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000)Programming for Gender Mainstreaming
Gender and Planning for Peacekeeping Operations
Gender and Reporting
Gender and Training
Gender and Codes of Conduct
Gender and HIV/AIDS
Gender and Staff Security and Safety
Gender Balance and Civilian Personnel
Gender and Human Rights
Gender and Child Protection
Gender and Political and Civil Affairs
Gender, Public Information and the Media
Gender and the Military
Gender and DDR
Gender and Mine Action
Gender and the Police
Gender and the Legal and Judicial System
Gender and Corrections
Gender and Electoral Assistance
Gender and Humanitarian Assistance
Gender, Reconstruction and Recovery
This course can be arranged as a special course during the year for participants from friendly countries upon request, provided that number of participants is not less than 10.
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