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Podcast by Women's Protection and Empowerment

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Podcast by Women's Protection and Empowerment

    هل تعزز المساعدة النقدية المقدمة للناجيات من العنف القائم على النوع الاجتماعي الاندماج؟

    هل تعزز المساعدة النقدية المقدمة للناجيات من العنف القائم على النوع الاجتماعي الاندماج؟

    نحن ندرك أن المساعدة النقدية المضمنة في إدارة حالة العنف القائم على النوع الاجتماعي يمكن أن تنقذ الحياة، ولكن هل يمكن أيضاً أن تكون شاملة؟ في هذه الحلقة، رين ودينا من برنامج الصليب الأحمر الدولي لحماية وتمكين المرأة في الأردن تناقشان كيف، إلى جانب شركائنا، يمكن أن نكون شاملين بشكل استباقي لمعظم الناجيات المهمشات من العنف القائم على النوع الاجتماعي، مثل أفراد مجتمع الميم والفتيات المراهقات المتزوجات. نتحدث عن تجاربهن في تنفيذ الأموال النقدية من منظور خاص للشمولية، والدروس المستقاة، والتوصيات للاستجابة لاحتياجات الحماية غير الموفى بها بين بعض أكثر مجموعات الناجيات المهمشات من العنف القائم على النوع الاجتماعي.
    تم إنتاج هذا البودكاست بالشراكة مع مفوضية النساء اللاجئات وبدعم من الوكالة السويسرية للتنمية والتعاون
    شكر خاص لميغان أوبراين على الدعم الإنتاجي لهذه الحلقة.

    • 25 min
    How can we promote digital literacy for women and girls that is safety-prioritizing?

    How can we promote digital literacy for women and girls that is safety-prioritizing?

    IRC's Violence Prevention and Response Unit is excited to launch Safe Space to Learn, a digital literacy curriculum designed for women and girls in humanitarian settings. The curriculum is available in Arabic, Burmese, English, French and Spanish. In this episode, we talk about why this curriculum was needed, what's included, and how to take it forward.

    Watch the teaser video to learn more: https://youtu.be/HSfN7ZZTz6o
    Safe Space to Learn curriculum: https://gbvresponders.org/resources/#EMPOWERMENT

    • 17 min
    Is Cash Assistance for GBV Survivors Advancing Inclusion?

    Is Cash Assistance for GBV Survivors Advancing Inclusion?

    We know cash assistance integrated into GBV case management can be lifesaving, but can it also be inclusive? In this episode, Reine and Dina from IRC's Women's Protection and Empowerment Program in Jordan reflect on how together with our partners we can be proactively inclusive of the most marginalized GBV survivors, such as LGBTQIA+ individuals and married adolescent girls. We talk about their experiences implementing cash with a dedicated lens for inclusion, lessons learned, and recommendations to respond to the unfulfilled protection needs amongst some of the most marginalized groups of GBV survivors.

    This podcast is produced in partnership with the Women's Refugee Commission and with support from the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC).

    Special thanks to Megan O'Brien for production support on this episode.

    • 22 min
    How to Link GBV Case Management Services with Cash Assistance (Jordan Case Study)

    How to Link GBV Case Management Services with Cash Assistance (Jordan Case Study)

    Cash assistance can be an asset when integrated into GBV case management programming, but there are a number of design choices to make along the way. In this episode, we talk with Jordan's Women's Protection and Empowerment Coordinator, Dina Arafeh about the evolution of the GBV case management + cash assistance programming. She talks about the context, the rollout, lessons learned, and what's on the horizon.

    This podcast is produced in partnership with the Women's Refugee Commission and with support from the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC).
    Special thanks to Megan O'Brien for production support on this episode.

    • 23 min
    Why Not Local? GBV, women’s rights organisations, and the missed opportunity of COVID-19

    Why Not Local? GBV, women’s rights organisations, and the missed opportunity of COVID-19

    In this episode, we talk about a report recently released by the IRC, called “Why Not Local? Gender-based violence, women’s rights organisations, and the missed opportunity of COVID-19”. The report looks at how the pandemic continues to impact women and girls in Cameroon, South Sudan, and Yemen. It also provides a snapshot of GBV funding trends to across the three countries.

    It asks the question “Why not local?”, looking at the various barriers that women-led organisations face in accessing funding and being represented in the humanitarian system, and calling for a more equitable distribution of power in the humanitarian system. Glory Makena, Women’s Protection and Empowerment Coordinator in South Sudan; and Brianna Guidorzi, Policy Advisor in Women’s Protection and Empowerment, are featured on the podcast.

    To read the report, visit: https://www.rescue.org/report/why-not-local-gender-based-violence-womens-rights-organisations-and-missed-opportunity-covid

    Thanks for Megan O’Brien for production support.

    • 26 min
    Can M&E be more than just reporting?

    Can M&E be more than just reporting?

    This episode, requested by a listener, asks the question, “How do we move beyond reporting when it comes to M&E?” Guests Bann Tabbara and Betsy Laird discuss how programs can use monitoring data to go beyond compliance and reporting, and instead look at quality and program improvement.

    • 30 min

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