New Caribbean training toolkit for GBV service providers and frontline workers now available!

 

The LGBTIQ movement in the Caribbean has quickly moved from its embryonic stage to a new phase in which efforts to address human rights issues, legal reform, community mobilization and organizational empowerment have increased in the region. As a part of the project entitled “Frontline Alliance: Caribbean Partnerships Against Gender-Based Violence”, implemented in Antigua, Haiti, St. Lucia and Trinidad & Tobago, OutRight Action International has developed the training of trainers curriculum ¨Addressing Gender-Based Violence in the Caribbean: A Toolkit for Service Providers Working with Women and LGBTIQ people¨ to guide the didactic program geared towards sensitising key service providers and frontline workers in the four Caribbean countries, increasing the knowledge and skills needed to engender positive attitude and behavior change among participants.This training guide is intended for service providers and frontline workers who are in key positions to improve the provision of essential services to women and LGBTIQ persons, and who are also allies in advancing policy and legal reform promoting the rights of the LGBTIQ community in the Caribbean region.

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