Much of our training is based on guidelines or toolkits we have developed and is often on sensitive subject matters. We use of creative and participatory techniques in order to work more effectively with children and young people who have low literacy levels and enjoy co-facilitating training with NGO staff. We have experience of training a range of stakeholders and of virtual training (via skype or zoom). Our work in this area includes:
Training on embedding children’s participation: Delivered a five-day training workshop with staff, board members and youth advisors to integrate children’s participation into the structures, policies and procedures of WoteSawa, a Tanzanian NGO working with child domestic workers. WoteSawa (2017)
Virtual training on participatory evaluation: Provided virtual training to local NGO staff on participatory evaluation with reintegrated children in Albania, Serbia, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania for the Child Recovery and Reintegration Network (2013).
Methods and ethics in research on child domestic work situations: Delivered face-to-face training for researchers from Ghana (Anti-Slavery International, 2001); Central America (ILO-IPEC, 2001); South America and Morocco (Save the Children, 2001)