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A link to the form can be found at the end of this document. Please carefully read the guidelines and instructions below before submitting your proposal. Standalone proposals from individuals or entities will likely not be accepted. When submitting a proposal, you must select one of the general areas listed below and then highlight which sub-topics the session will cover under that general area. To keep sessions focused on a primary issue, each proposal may only cover one general area.
We understand that your proposal may link to other general areas and sub-topics and encourage you to discuss cross-cutting issues in your proposal description if applicable. We encourage the development of participatory and interactive sessions. Below are sample structures and formats that should serve as guiding examples. Please note that these are only examples.
AfP will consider the use of other formats not listed and encourage creativity and innovation. All proposed sessions should not exceed 1. Workshop — Workshops are typically interactive sessions that involve group-wide activities that can accommodate 20 — 40 individuals. Below are some sample formats:. We encourage presenters to represent a variety of perspectives and backgrounds, including non-US voices, local peacebuilders, and having gender balance.
AfP recommends reaching out to potential speakers before you submit your proposal to ensure they will be available. Accepted proposals will have no more than 5 speakers, including the moderator.click
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In order to ensure the greatest chances for success, we encourage those interested in submitting proposals to carefully review our guidelines. In addition, those interested should note the following:. If your proposal is selected, you will be expected to meet the following deadlines:. Phone: Conference Proposals Our call for PeaceCon proposals is now closed!
Thank you for your interest. The full guidelines can be found here or read below. Submission Guidelines All proposals must be submitted through an online form below. Selecting a General Area When submitting a proposal, you must select one of the general areas listed below and then highlight which sub-topics the session will cover under that general area. Formal Presentation — Sample formats include: Facilitated Panel Discussion — Moderated discussion by no more than four panelists and one moderator.
Storytelling —Speakers tell their stories to help illustrate the themes related to the conference. This session works best with 4 — 5 speakers each having around 15 minutes to tell their story. The overall objective is to have disseminated and promoted INSPIRE package among key Ministries, Agencies and child protection stakeholders at national level, 10 regions and 5 local Municipalities in Bulgaria by July Contact: Marusia Tsvetkova marusia.
Moreover, there is little understanding of the specific roles the three critical sectors government, NGOs and researchers can play to support implementation of the strategies. Contact: Sara Naicker snaicker savethechildren. Within the project framework it will be possible to adapt, translate and put in practice the INSPIRE strategies as a tool for ending violence against children, by developing an evidence-based technical package to support the Government in its efforts to prevent and respond to violence against children aged years.
The partnership will be formalized by a Memorandum of Understanding, of NGOs both international and national by becoming a significant component for Ending Violence against Children in Armenia campaign. I am proposing to design an engaging animated video that can be used in a variety of cultural contexts.
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CHC was the only local NGO to participate and work directly with CCWCs at district and commune level and therefore well placed to take this forward at provincial level and in communities. Supporting and strengthening the capacity of CCWCs with the INSPIRE strategies and framework is worth investing as CHC leadership believes that education through building capacity of local leaders is a sustainable framework in changing violent norms and behaviors positively towards preventing and ending all forms of violence against children in all settings.
Contact : Sok Phay Sean phaychc childhelpline.
Therefore, we plan to organize a workshop and webinar to introduce INSPIRE program to governmental and non-governmental actors working on prevention of child abuse. We, as Nirengi Association have a trust building based relationship with all stakeholders, specifically with the public agencies. In addition to, we, confident to bring INSPIRE on board to encourage cooperation and learning within governmental, non-governmental, and other all related actors. This curriculum is a life skills approach recently developed and tested by World Vision Vanuatu to help adolescents protect themselves, treat others with respect and be positive citizens.
The project will use the INSPIRE handbook as a vehicle for raising the capacity of local World Vision staff in Vanuatu to plan and implement effective programming related to reducing violence against children. In a Rispektem Yu Wan, Rispektem Narafala Man workshop, adolescents are actively engaged in discussions and activities that address themes of healthy relationships, consent and respect, and strategies for identifying and addressing unhealthy and abusive relationships.
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Given the increasing cases of harassment and blackmail using technology in Vanuatu, the curriculum also addresses cyber safety and how rights and responsibilities extend to the online world. However, less attention has been given to the development and implementation of VAC prevention interventions. There are no national policy guidelines that define what strategies work for VAC prevention and no structured coordination and monitoring mechanisms to ensure synergistic and effective program implementation among the key players. This aim would be reached by the following specific objectives: 1 developing an accredited training program for social workers and education staff on INSPIRE strategies; 2 Improve the knowledge of national and local decisions- and policy-makers of the INSPIRE strategies 3 Linking Montenegrin professionals with other South-East European counterparts to exchange on their work ending violence against children.
As a result, they are consistently becoming easy victims of all sorts of violence. A large number of children are deprived of their basic human rights due to unacceptable health, nutrition and education as well as social conditions and protection. In addition, children are exposed to severe forms of physical and mental violence at home, in the work place, in institutions and other public places.
The nature and extent of violence against children irrespective of age, sex and class has been increasing day by day. On the whole, our children are not safe despite efforts made by government and non-government organisations in ensuring to end violation against children. INSPIRE: Seven strategies for ending violence against children is an evidence-based technical package to support countries in their efforts to prevent and respond to violence against children aged years. The package includes the core document describing what the INSPIRE strategies and interventions are; an implementation handbook that provides details on how to implement the interventions, and a set of indicators to measure the uptake of INSPIRE and its impact on levels of violence against children.
The strategies will advance efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal target Therefore, under the proposed project CCD would like to conduct media advocacy to the concerned policymakers and high officials of the government including the concerned stakeholders and media personnel so that they can aware of and sensitize about the INSPIRE initiative as well as take necessary action to promote this package in preventing violence against children.
At the same time CCD would like to arrange a series of sensitization workshops with the community radio broadcasters, media personnel and concerned stakeholders at the local level so that all the concerned section of the local can be aware about the INSPIRE Package and they can incorporate the seven strategies INSPIRE for ending violence against children.
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On the basis of each workshop CCD will produce a series of short video documentaries that will share and publish the Facebook Page of Radio Padma which has more then 4. As a result multimedia campaign and dialogue million of people including all the concerned section both government and non government organizations and stakeholders of the country will be aware of and sensitize about the INSPIRE Package and they could be able to raise their voice in this regards which will be accountable to the concerned department of the government and non government organization to take necessary initiative to incorporate the seven strategies INSPIRE for ending violence against children of the country.
Contact: Golam Mourtoza ccd.
ChildPact and its members are committed to the principles and guidelines of UN CRC and have as one of their current priorities working to support ending violence against children. We welcome the INSPIRE package as an extraordinary resource that should not be promoted only towards governments but also towards the wide NGO community working for children and families and also to the wider media and general public that needs to be educated to understand, identify and fight any form of violence.
The communication objectives of the proposed project are 1 to disseminate the principles and strategies included in the INSPIRE package and the package itself as a comprehensive resource to strengthen efforts to end violence against children in the region and 2 to build regional and national capacities of NGO coalitions to further disseminate and promote the INSPIRE package through targeted and evidence based advocacy activities conducted in multi-stakeholder partnerships.