Agneta M. Johannsen

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Training Resources on Defence Reform and Gender

The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package is a series of practical training materials to help trainers integrate gender in SSR training, and deliver effective gender training to SSR audiences.
 
 It is designed for SSR trainers and educators, and gender trainers working with the security sector, to help you present material on gender and SSR in an interesting and interactive manner. The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package contains a wide range of exercises, discussion topics and examples from the ground that you can adapt and integrate into your SSR or gender training.

A gender-responsive defence reform process seeks to:

» respond to the different security needs of women and men, boys and girls
» create capacity to address gender issues, including gender-based violence, in operations
» achieve the full integration of women in the armed forces, defence ministries and defence oversight bodies
» end any discrimination or human rights violations by armed forces personnel
» strengthen relations between the armed forces and civil society
» comply with international and regional laws, instruments and norms concerning security and gender, such as the Beijing Platform for Action and UN Security Council Resolutions 1325 and 1820

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Training Resources on Penal Reform and Gender

The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package is a series of practical training materials to help trainers integrate gender in SSR training, and deliver effective gender training to SSR audiences.
 
It is designed for SSR trainers and educators, and gender trainers working with the security sector, to help you present material on gender and SSR in an interesting and interactive manner. The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package contains a wide range of exercises, discussion topics and examples from the ground that you can adapt and integrate into your SSR or gender training.
 
Gender-responsive penal reform seeks to:

» Develop responses to offending by men, women, boys and girls, including non-custodial measures carried out in the community that consider their different needs and characteristics

» Improve the planning and delivery of services in prisons (including accommodation, healthcare, security and preparation for release) in a manner that is responsive to the different needs and characteristics of men, women, boys and girls

» Train penal staff in gender issues and human rights in policy and practice

» Strengthen complaint and oversight mechanisms within the penal system by including a gender responsive approach
» Strengthen collaboration with civil society organisations, including women’s groups, in both service and oversight functions

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Training Resources on Police Reform and Gender

The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package is a series of practical training materials to help trainers integrate gender in SSR training, and deliver effective gender training to SSR audiences.
 
 It is designed for SSR trainers and educators, and gender trainers working with the security sector, to help you present material on gender and SSR in an interesting and interactive manner. The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package contains a wide range of exercises, discussion topics and examples from the ground that you can adapt and integrate into your SSR or gender training.
 

A gender-responsive police reform process seeks to:

» prevent and respond to the different forms of crime and insecurity faced by men, women, girls and boys, including gender-based violence
» promote the equal participation of men and women in the police service—for more effective policing
» ensure equal access of men and women to police services
» end any discrimination or human rights violations by police
» comply with international and regional laws, instruments and norms concerning security and gender, such as the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, the Beijing Platform for Action, and UN Security Council Resolutions 1325 and 1820

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Training Resources on Justice Reform and Gender

The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package is a series of practical training materials to help trainers integrate gender in SSR training, and deliver effective gender training to SSR audiences.
 
 It is designed for SSR trainers and educators, and gender trainers working with the security sector, to help you present material on gender and SSR in an interesting and interactive manner. The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package contains a wide range of exercises, discussion topics and examples from the ground that you can adapt and integrate into your SSR or gender training.
 
A gender-responsive justice reform process seeks to:

» establish a fair, accessible, trusted and accountable justice sector for all groups within society
» promote gender equality
» ensure equal access to judicial processes
» identify and address problems and gaps within existing laws, mechanisms and processes which impede justice and security for men, women, boys and girls

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Training Resources on National Security Policy-Making and Gender

The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package is a series of practical training materials to help trainers integrate gender in SSR training, and deliver effective gender training to SSR audiences.
 
It is designed for SSR trainers and educators, and gender trainers working with the security sector, to help you present material on gender and SSR in an interesting and interactive manner. The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package contains a wide range of exercises, discussion topics and examples from the ground that you can adapt and integrate into your SSR or gender training.
 
A gender-responsive national security policy-making process seeks to:

» consult and involve women and men from across the community
» address the security needs of different groups of women, men, boys and girls
» confront gender-based violence
» eliminate discrimination by and within security sector institutions

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Training Resources on Civil Society Oversight of the Security Sector and Gender

The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package is a series of practical training materials to help trainers integrate gender in SSR training, and deliver effective gender training to SSR audiences.
 
 It is designed for SSR trainers and educators, and gender trainers working with the security sector, to help you present material on gender and SSR in an interesting and interactive manner. The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package contains a wide range of exercises, discussion topics and examples from the ground that you can adapt and integrate into your SSR or gender training.
 
Gender-responsive civil society oversight of the security sector seeks to:

» reflect the different security needs, views and priorities of women and men, boys and girls
» include women and men and women’s organisations in oversight processes
» monitor how security sector institutions address gender-based violence
» hold security sector institutions accountable for discrimination and human rights violations
» advocate for equal participation of men and women in security sector institutions
» promote the implementation of international and regional laws, instruments and norms concerning security and gender, such as the Beijing Platform for Action and UN Security Council Resolutions 1325 and 1820

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Training Resources on SSR Assessment, Monitoring and Evaluation and Gender

The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package is a series of practical training materials to help trainers integrate gender in SSR training, and deliver effective gender training to SSR audiences.
 
 It is designed for SSR trainers and educators, and gender trainers working with the security sector, to help you present material on gender and SSR in an interesting and interactive manner. The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package contains a wide range of exercises, discussion topics and examples from the ground that you can adapt and integrate into your SSR or gender training.  
 
Gender-responsive assessment, monitoring and evaluation of SSR processes seeks to:

» identify differences between men, women, girls and boys’ security needs, and experiences of SSR processes
» respond appropriately to these differences
» recommend improved (gender-responsive) SSR policies, programmes and practices
» identify appropriate gender-responsive indicators and processes for monitoring and evaluating how SSR programmes and practices impact differently on women, men, boys and girls
» improve overall performance in SSR programmes and practices

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Training Resources on Border Management and Gender

The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package is a series of practical training materials to help trainers integrate gender in SSR training, and deliver effective gender training to SSR audiences.
 
 It is designed for SSR trainers and educators, and gender trainers working with the security sector, to help you present material on gender and SSR in an interesting and interactive manner. The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package contains a wide range of exercises, discussion topics and examples from the ground that you can adapt and integrate into your SSR or gender training.
 
A gender-responsive border management reform process seeks to:

» Strengthen the protection of human rights for all by addressing the specific insecurities of men, women, girls and boys at borders,
» Improve prevention and detection of and responses to human trafficking and smuggling,
» Create more representative border institutions by promoting the participation of women,
» Enhance local ownership of border management processes by improving oversight and collaboration with civil society.

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Training Resources on Parliamentary Oversight of the Security Sector and Gender

The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package is a series of practical training materials to help trainers integrate gender in SSR training, and deliver effective gender training to SSR audiences.
 
 It is designed for SSR trainers and educators, and gender trainers working with the security sector, to help you present material on gender and SSR in an interesting and interactive manner. The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package contains a wide range of exercises, discussion topics and examples from the ground that you can adapt and integrate into your SSR or gender training.
 
Gender-responsive parliamentary oversight of the security sector seeks to:

» respond to the different security needs of women and men, boys and girls—especially through security legislation and policy
» consult with a broad range of civil society actors
» involve female and male parliamentarians equally
» increase the representation of women within security sector institutions
» hold security sector institutions accountable for discrimination, gender-based violence and other human rights violations
» ensure equitable defence budgeting and resource management
» comply with international and regional laws, instruments and norms concerning security and gender, such as the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, the Beijing Platform for Action, and UN Security Council Resolutions 1325 and 1820

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Guide to Integrating Gender in SSR Training

The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package is designed to provide you with a wide range of exercises, discussion topics and examples from the ground that you can adapt and integrate into your SSR training. In addition to having a specific exercise or session on gender and SSR, taking a few moments to look through this guide can help you to mainstream gender issues throughout your training. It provides practical tips on integrating gender into the entire SSR training cycle—from conducting a training needs assessment to monitoring and evaluation.

This guide is explicitly designed for SSR trainers and educators. Gender trainers working with the security sector will also find the content useful. As short-hand, the guide refers to “SSR training”, however, this is broadly defined to include training related to police reform, penal reform, security sector governance and oversight, border management, defence reform, justice reform, national security policy-making, etc.

Introduction 
Step 1: Assess and analyse training needs 
Step 2: Develop learning objectives 
Step 3: Design and develop the training 
Step 4: Implement the training 
Step 5: Monitor and evaluate the training

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Training Resources on Security Sector Reform and Gender

The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package is a series of practical training materials to help trainers integrate gender in SSR training, and deliver effective gender training to SSR audiences.
 
It is designed for SSR trainers and educators, and gender trainers working with the security sector, to help you present material on gender and SSR in an interesting and interactive manner. The Gender and SSR Training Resource Package contains a wide range of exercises, discussion topics and examples from the ground that you can adapt and integrate into your SSR or gender training.
 
 A gender-responsive SSR process seeks to:

» address the different security needs and priorities of women and men
» confront gender-based violence against men and women, boys and girls
» promote the equal participation of men and women in decision-making within the security sector
» create security sector institutions that are representative of society at large—and thus are more trusted and effective
» ensure comprehensive and effective security sector oversight
» establish SSR that is locally-owned and sensitive to the needs of all parts of the community
» comply with international and regional laws, instruments and norms concerning security and gender, such as the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, the Beijing Platform for Action, and UN Security Council Resolutions 1325 and 1820

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