- Introduction - European Asylum Curriculum
- Foundation modules
- Introductory modules
- Core modules
- Trainer's path
- Advanced core modules
- Country of origin modules
- Dublin modules
- Exclusion modules
- Modules for managers
- Reception modules
- Registration module
- Resettlement module
- Vulnerability modules
- Orientation course
Applicants with diverse SOGIESC
THIS MODULE WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR TRANSLATION TOWARDS THE END OF 2023.
Asylum and reception practitioners
20h online learning
6.5h independent learning (essential readings)
1.5 days of face-to-face
3h assessment tasks
Version 1 (2023)
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS & PREREQUISITES
Successfully passed Introduction to vulnerability, Introduction to communication for asylum and reception practitioners AND Introduction to ethical and professional standards OR at least 6 months work experience in asylum and reception.
The aim of this module is to provide learners with the necessary knowledge of the potential challenges faced by applicants with claims for international protection based on sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and sex characteristics (SOGIESC).
This module focuses on the potential needs of applicants with diverse SOGIESC and adopts a sensitive approach. It outlines the main terms and definitions related to the constantly evolving terminology, explores the international and EU legal framework that protects applicants with diverse SOGIESC by focusing on the identification and analysis of the special procedural guarantees and special reception needs, and presents the knowledge and skills needed to create communication which is inclusive, safe and open by exploring the core considerations of working effectively with interpreters in this context.
Explain potential challenges and associated impacts potentially experienced by applicants with diverse SOGIESC in asylum contexts.
Evaluate how the needs of applicants with diverse SOGIESC are addressed in asylum contexts in line with CEAS.
Evaluate the approach of the official in relation to the needs of applicants with diverse SOGIESC.