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Making sure EU development cooperation leaves no one behind -- Second Edition

24
Oct
24 October 2016, 9:00 to 26 October 2016, 16:45

"Leave no one behind: making sure EU development cooperation reaches children, women and persons with disabilities" - Second edition Purposes of the training: ·To raise awareness and knowledge on the policy framework that guide EU work on inequalities, human rights and anti-discrimination (RBA, gender equality, child rights, disabilities); ·To provide a methodology of mainstreaming from a rights-based approach, opromoting inclusiveness and odeveloping the capacity of staff to maximize the impact of their programmes by mainstreaming of gender equality; child rights and rights of persons with disabilities into key sectors of development cooperation, ·To provide useful material concerning the subjects of the training

 

Objective of the workshop

The workshop aims at supporting EU commission staff in increasing the efficiency of EU cooperation initiatives by “leaving no one behind”. The training will allow for deepening knowledge of the EU's commitments and the policy framework that guide EU work on inequalities, human rights and anti-discrimination (RBA, gender equality, child rights, inclusion of persons with disabilities).

It will also reinforce the use of the rights based approach as a working method to promote inclusiveness and developing the capacity of staff to maximize impact of programmes by mainstreaming gender equality and inclusion of the most marginalized groups such as children and persons with disabilities in EU development programmes.

Participants:

40 staff from EUD and headquarter

Methodology

The training will be delivered using interactive methods making the most of the diversity of participants’ experiences.

After an overview on EU commitments to leave no one behind and a general introduction to the rights based approach (RBA) as a working method, the training will go through the different steps of project cycle management and review ways to enhance mainstreaming and inclusion using the RBA. This work will be based on actual action documents covering a range of sectors.

Focus group will also be proposed every day to exchange on specific issues related to gender equality, child’s rights and inclusion of persons with disabilities.

To conclude the training, a space will be provided for participants to work in small groups for peer support to look at specific issues that participants may face in some of their programmes with regards to mainstreaming and inclusion for which they would like feedback or insight. 

We will also provide three slot of 10mn for EUD staff to present interesting practices related  to inclusion and mainstreaming in:

  • context analysis and project identification

  • project formulation

  • Monitoring evaluation

Participants willing to share such experience can use the ppt template.

 

 

DAY 1 24 October 2016

 
Time Session Speaker/facilitator
9:00 - 10:00

Introduction

Welcome word

Presentation of participants and expectations

Presentation of the agenda

Jean-Luis Ville, Acting Director DEVO B

Blerina Vila 

Alexandre Cote

10:00 - 10:30 No one left behind: Context and commitments

Marina Marchetti

Alicia Martin Daza

10:30 - 11:00 Break  
11:00 - 12:00

Group Exercise: Power walk

 
12:00 - 12:45

Reducing inequalities and fostering inclusion: Using the rights based approach encompassing all human rights 

RBA toolbox

Charlotte Stahl
12:45 - 14:00

Lunch

 
14:00 - 14:45

Focus groups: Children/ Disability/ Gender

EU Resource package on gender mainstreaming in EU development cooperation

EC Toolkit on gender mainstreaming in development cooperation

EU/ UNICEF Child Rights Toolkit

CR and Business Principles (1 pager)

Child Rights and Business Principles

Child Notice

Synergy paper child rights

Verena Knaus

Alexandre Cote

Blerina Vila

14:45 - 15:30

Situation Analysis - Identification

Introduction 15'; Example delegation 10'; Instructions for group work 5'

Verena Knaus
15:30 - 16:00

Break

 
16:00 - 17:30

Group work case study 45'

Practice - role play 20'; Feedback 15'; Learning points 10'

Verena Knaus et al
 

 

DAY 2 25 October 

 

 
9:00 - 9:55

Focus groups: Children/ Disability/ Gender

EU Resource package on gender mainstreaming in EU development cooperation

EC Toolkit on gender mainstreaming in development cooperation

EU/ UNICEF Child Rights Toolkit

CR and Business Principles (1 pager)

Child Rights and Business Principles

Child Notice

Synergy paper child rights

Verena Knaus

Alexandre Cote

Blerina Vila

10:00 - 10:30

Formulation

Introduction 15'; Example delegation 10'; Instructions for group work 5'

Blerina Vila
10:30 - 11:00 Break  
11:00 - 12:30

Formulation (continued) 

Group work case study 60'; Feedback 20'; Learning points 10'

Blerina Vila et al 
12:30 - 14:00 Lunch  
14:00 - 15:30

Policy Dialogue 

Introduction 10'; Instructions for group work 5'

Group work -- Practice role play 50'; Feedback 10'; Learning points 10'

 
15:30 - 16:00 Break  
16:00 - 17:30

Monitoring and evaluation

Introduction 15'; Example delegation 10'; Instructions for group work 5'; Group work case study 60'; Feedback 20'; Learning points 10'

Alexandre Cote et al
 

 

DAY 3 26 October 

 

 
9:00 - 10:30

Focus groups: Children/ Disability/ Gender

EU Resource package on gender mainstreaming in EU development cooperation

EC Toolkit on gender mainstreaming in development cooperation

EU/ UNICEF Child Rights Toolkit

CR and Business Principles (1 pager)

Child Rights and Business Principles

Child Notice

Synergy paper child rights

Verena Knaus

Alexandre Cote

Blerina Vila

10:30 - 11:00

Break

 
11:00 - 11:45

Leaving no one behind in justice programmes using different instruments and modalities 

Elisa Moretti
11:45 - 
12:30

Political dialogue: interaction with EEAS

Mychelle
 

Gender mainstreaming at local level in Sweeden

 
12:30 - 14:00

Lunch

 
14:00 - 16:00

Presentation of available resources

EU Resource package on gender mainstreaming in EU development cooperation

EC Toolkit on gender mainstreaming in development cooperation

EU/ UNICEF Child Rights Toolkit

Examples of dissability mainstreaming in Tanzania 

Wrap up of the case studies 

Alexandre Cote; Blerina Vila; B1; B3

 

 

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Organiser

DEVCO (B1, B3)

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Location

Manos Conference Center Tel: 32 (0)2 5411787 (Belgium)