The Non-Discrimination course is here!
Hi 6P colleagues,
With this message, we’re pleased to share the Non-Discrimination Principle course with you, found here!
This course has been developed for Programme Officers: staff members designing and implementing programmes in the field of child abuse. It consists of the following sections:
- Section 1: Introduction: provides a basic introduction to the principle and its importance
- Section 2: Understanding the N-D Principle: includes modules covering theory and concepts, the legal framework underpinning the principle, and the relevance of the principle in the current development agenda
- Section 3: Application: exploring the practical implementation of the principle both in organisational process and in programming outcomes
- Section 4: Resources
You can take this course as an individual, or with other colleagues in a group, as some other organisations are doing with other courses.
Before you take the Non-Discrimination course, we would strong encourage you to complete the CRB course first because it provides the key foundation for this course.
Please send names and email addresses of colleagues in your organisation who would like to participate in this course to admin@crp-6principles. They will then be enrolled and will receive the link to the course so that they can access it when they wish to. If you would like to share the N-D course with members of your partner organisations, please let us know so that we can discuss how you would like us to support facilitating that process.
Once an individual has completed the course, we will be very happy to reward them with a course completion certificate, signed by Brigette de Lay, Director of the Child Abuse Programme, at the Oak Foundation, and Theresa Squazzin, Child to Child’s Director.
We are very interested to receive feedback. There is a course evaluation at the end of the course. You are also very welcome to provide any further feedback to us directly at admin@crp-6principles.
Courses on Child Rights-Based; Non-Discrimination, Best Interests; and Participation and all now available on the 6P site. We strongly advise that you familiarise yourself with the CRB course first, and then move on to these other courses, each looking at the application of these fundamental CRC Guiding Principles.
The remaining two 6P courses, Respect and Build on Strengths, and Do No Harm, are in the final stages of production and will be with you this week!
Peter, Niru and Annabel