Asylum & reception officials
33h online learning, 9.5h of independent learning (essential readings), 90 minutes of assessment tasks & 1.5 days face-to-face
Version 1 (2023)
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS & PREREQUISITES
Successfully passed Introduction to vulnerability, Introduction to communication for asylum and reception practitioners & Introduction to ethics and professional standards OR 6 months work experience in the field AND a qualification at EQF level 5 or equivalent.
The aim of this module is to provide the necessary knowledge and skills to identify and understand the potential needs of victims of gender-based violence in asylum contexts and how to respond to them. The gender-based aspect highlights the fact that violence is often rooted in power inequalities between women and men. Although the phenomenon affects both genders, it impacts a disproportionate number of women.
Explain the concepts of norms and non-conformity to gender norms and the potential consequences for applicants for international protection
Identify indicators of past, present or potential future gender-based violence, and the impact on the victims of gender-based violence
Analyse the potential needs of victims of gender-based violence in asylum contexts in line with CEAS
Propose actions to address the needs of victims of gender-based violence in asylum contexts