Ways to overcome hurdles, that women face-training modules
Ways to overcome hurdles,
that women face-training modules
Self-reflection and self-care
Setting up group rules and fixing tasks
Getting to know each other
Presenting the objectives
Reflection on our experiences as women
Ability to feel with others
Understanding gender-based violence
Consequences of domestic violence on women, men and children
Learning to take care of myself while working on emotionally
The cycle of violence in intimate relationships
Rape / sexual violence
Myths about rape
Definition of rape and the Rape Bill of India
“Is this rape?”
Physical consequences of rape, and what needs to be done
from a medical perspective
Recaps and Revision Schemes
Ask the participants the following two questions (which you will have prepared on newsprint
Question 1: What did you learn yesterday that was new to you?
Question 2: What did you learn yesterday that you are still struggling with?
share yourself – trainers also
learn something new every day – participants feel encouraged to share their difficulties.
Questions and answers by the participants
Musical Chair (Games)
Right or wrong? Questiomaire - objective as a group exercise
Interviewing each other
Participants as trainers
The recap game
Evaluation with smilies
Agree – Disagree – Not sure
Commenting on a role-play
What two things were done well?
What two things were done wrongly?
What topic is this role-play about?
Basic Helping Skills
Introduction to basic helping
Understanding basic helping skills
Introducing feedback rules
Practicing basic helping skills
Facilitating change in communities
Why and how do people change their behaviors and attitudes?
Organizing for change in communities
Evaluating the different methods of raising awareness
How to organize an activity for behavior change in communities?
Introduction for facilitators
Working together in groups
Dealing with resistance in communities and looking for support
Verification Games - Energisers
Two Truths and a Lie (Good for getting to know each other)
Everyone who is... (Good for getting to know each other)1
Follow the Leader
Basics about crisis and trauma
Practicing basic helping steps
special needs in crisis and emergency situations
Ethical principles and
guidelines of trained helpers and other staff members
Working on my own prejudices – establishing and nurturing
a non-judgmental attitude
What is informed consent?
Confidentiality and consent (with some special implications for minors)
What is special when dealing with children?
From media attention about sexual assault to an increased focus on the 33% of women who are illiterate, women’s empowerment in India is a growing national issue. One area in which India lags behind even its neighboring countries in South Asia is in women’s participation in the labor force: only 29% of Indian women work.