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Improving the Safety of Civilians: A protection training pack

Improving the Safety of Civilians: A protection training pack

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This training pack is intended to help humanitarian workers to improve the safety of civilians being subjected to violence, coercion, or deliberate deprivation. The pack includes modules on: What is protection? Planning a programme, Mainstreaming protection and Programming for protection. The activity sessions within the modules cover topics as diverse as international standards for civilian protection, objective setting, indicators and monitoring, humanitarian negotiation, co-ordination and alliance building, reducing the risk of sexual violence and advocacy for humanitarian protection. A selection of core exercises at the end of the book is designed to encourage interaction and create debate. The pack outlines all activities, with detailed trainers' notes, timings, resources needed, and handouts, feedback, and evaluation sheets. Colour cards and posters are included at the back of the book. The materials are designed for use by experienced facilitators, who have some knowledge of protection issues, to train emergency-response teams. Activities can be adapted for participants with different levels of knowledge.
This training pack is intended to help humanitarian workers to improve the safety of civilians being subjected to violence, coercion, or deliberate deprivation. The pack includes modules on: What is protection? Planning a programme, Mainstreaming protection and Programming for protection. The activity sessions within the modules cover topics as diverse as international standards for civilian protection, objective setting, indicators and monitoring, humanitarian negotiation, co-ordination and alliance building, reducing the risk of sexual violence and advocacy for humanitarian protection. A selection of core exercises at the end of the book is designed to encourage interaction and create debate. The pack outlines all activities, with detailed trainers' notes, timings, resources needed, and handouts, feedback, and evaluation sheets. Colour cards and posters are included at the back of the book. The materials are designed for use by experienced facilitators, who have some knowledge of protection issues, to train emergency-response teams. Activities can be adapted for participants with different levels of knowledge.

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Opening the workshop

First,do no harm.

Peace is a journey ofa
thousand miles and it must
be taken one step at a time.

Be patient and calm – for no
one can catch fish in anger.

The time is always right
to do what is right.

The future belongs to those
who believe in their dreams.

As we are liberated from
our own fear,our presence
automatically liberates
others.

Hippocrates

Lyndon B.Johnson

Herbert Hoover

Martin Luther King Jr

Eleanor Roosevelt

Nelson Mandela

For to be free is not merely to
cast offone’s chains,but to
live in a way that respects
and enhances the freedom
ofothers.

There can be no keener
revelation ofa society’s
soul than the way in which
it treats its children.

Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela

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Opening the workshop

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The future depends on what
we do in the present.

Peace cannot be kept by force;
it can only be achieved through
understanding.

Ifyou want to make peace,
you don't talk to your friends.
You talk to your enemies.

Be the change you want
to see in the world.

Injustice anywhere is a threat
to justice everywhere.

The true measure ofa man
is how he treats someone
who can do him absolutely
no good.

The more you sweat in
peacetime,the less you
bleed during war.

No tree has branches so
foolish as to fight among
themselves.

Mahatma Gandhi

Mother Theresa

Mahatma Gandhi

Albert Einstein

Martin Luther King Jr

Ann Landers

Chinese proverb

Ojibway Tribe

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Opening the workshop

However long the night,
the dawn will break.

The only difference between
stumbling blocks and
stepping stones is the way
you use them.

African proverb

American proverb

Seeing nothing is as political
an act as seeing something.

Peace cannot exist without
equality.

Arundhati Roy

Edward Said

It is better to light a candle
than curse the darkness.

An empty bag cannot stand.

Chinese proverb

Krio proverb

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