Call for Applications: Introduction to Primary Prevention of Gender-based Violence
Partners for Prevention is accepting applications from practitioners in the Asia-Pacific region to participate in a regional learning event focused on the primary prevention of gender-based violence. The "Asia-Pacific Regional Workshop: Introduction to Primary Prevention of Gender-based Violence" will take place 2–4 July 2012, in Bangkok, Thailand. The deadline for applications is 8 June 2012.
This three-day workshop will highlight promising global and regional approaches to primary prevention, and how to integrate prevention activities into ongoing programming. After the workshop, participants will know what primary prevention is, why it is important and be familiar with different approaches for implementing prevention interventions.
The workshop is targeted at practitioners and policy makers from Asia and the Pacific region who have an interest to learn about primary prevention or plan to have a primary prevention project/intervention. Participants will be drawn from various agencies such as government, UN & civil society.
There are no registration fees. All participants are required to cover all costs for their participation. The organizers will not provide travel or accommodation expenses.
Application Process: Participants will be selected based on the above selection criteria. The electronic application form can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/workshop-application. Successful applicants will be contacted by Partners for Prevention by 14 June 2012.
For more information, please see: http://partners4prevention.org/sites/default/files/documents/p4p_prevention_workshop_2-4_july_2012.pdf