Integrating local response and spontaneous self-help in crisis situations after a natural disaster or a conflict is not an easy task. This training developed and conducted by the Local2Global Protection Initiative (L2GP) will help you understand and support survivor and community-led crisis responses (sclr) in a manner that fits local realities and adds to resources already present with affected citizens and communities. This hands-on training introduces you to the core elements in this way of working. The focus is on practical experience with the tools you need to support genuinely community-led responses that serve both immediate needs but also attempts to reduce future vulnerability and increase resilience of crisis-affected communities.
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what survivor or community led crisis response is
which capacities, skills and strategies you will need
how to co-design context-appropriate methods to help communities manage their own holistic responses to crisis
how to support communities to better meet short-term needs and reduce future vulnerability
junior professionals, senior professionals, NGO workers
Simone di Vicenz is a passionate development and humanitarian professional with over 15 years of experience in the humanitarian sector. He is working as Head of Humanitarian Policy, Practice and Advocacy with Christian Aid and also co-manages the Local2Global Protection Initiative. He has vast experience as a trainer for topics of people centred approaches, disaster risk reduction, conflict sensitivity, localisation, advocacy, accountability, gender and inclusion, and learning for a holistic and people centred view to development. Simone lives in the UK, frequently travels around the globe and regularly publishes works on humanitarian affairs.
Nathalie Töpperwien Blom is a practioner and trainer with lenghty experience in international development work. She works as a program manager with Act Church of Sweden and has been a trainer and workshop facilitator for more than 10 years, including graphic/visual facilitation. Her areas of interest cover gender justice, resilience and climate change adaptation. She is highly experienced in working with local communities struck by natural disaster and has lived in post-conflict zones, crisis regions and is passionate about bringing forward change from within.
26.11.2020 - 03.12.2020
24 hours of training
Maximum of 25 attendees
18 of 10 required registration for this course. You will be informed after registration. Share this course with friends and colleagues to make sure it will be carried out.