This manual for young female trainers focuses on leadership, facilitation and conflict resolution, including:
• Leadership skills: teamwork, communication, and application of verbal and nonverbal communication skills
• Facilitation skills: methods, aids, training methods and skills for presenting business proposals
• Conflicts: sources and stages of conflict development, conflict resolution mechanisms, and women, conflict and negotiation
This manual, provided in Arabic and English, was used in a program to train Yemeni religious and civil society leaders to facilitate community dialogues designed to help communities prioritize key needs, develop strategies for advocating for those needs to higher-level decision-makers, and design and implement community initiatives to begin addressing those needs. It was developed by PartnersYemen with input by the International Center for Religion & Diplomacy.
This training manual on workforce readiness includes information on EFE's pedagogical approach, resources for instructors and detailed program schedules and accompanying resources. Five courses are included, ranging from keys to personal and professional development to succeeding in the workplace. Each course provides modules, talking points and activities. The material was piloted in Yemen as part of a job training and placement program for unemployed youth and were later utilized for a training of trainers in Amman in October 2017. An Arabic version of the manual will be added when available.
This training manual for youth describes the Yemeni political system in detail, including the executive, legislative and judicial branches. It focuses on how parliament works, the system of local governance, including provincial local council and its committees, and also highlights the electoral system, voters' rights, sorting votes, campaigning, the five stages in an election and electoral appeals.
This presentation engages the audience in a conversation about human rights. The focus includes citizenship values, equality, discrimination, freedom and participation. It highlights several rights, including: the right to associate and form trade unions, form political parties, freedom of speech and expression, vote and equal access to government employment. It also highlights the duties of citizenship and includes a discussion of incorporating the rights of citizens in Yemeni legislation.
This training manual offers practical examples and applications for designing and managing small businesses. The guide consists of three chapters that focus on small sustainable income generating business; borrowing and microfinance institutions (MFIs); and success stories for youth projects.
This presentation focuses on project design and management, highlighting the importance of teamwork and cooperation among the public, private and civil society sectors. It summarizes project components, design phases and timeline development.
This training manual focuses on the steps to develop, write and submit effective proposals. Details are provided for the preparation phase, project formulation, developing problem statements, determining objectives and sub-goals, designing the monitoring and evaluation plan, defining project components and following up with the donor.
This slide presentation reviews conflict resolution, starting with the five stages of conflict: pre-conflict, confrontation, crisis, outcome and post conflict. It describes common causes and types of conflict, and then moves on to techniques to resolve conflicts, including dialogue, negotiations, mediation, arbitration and litigation.
This presentation outlines the elements of good citizenship, including the meaning of citizenship, patriotism and how to serve your country. It also reviews the responsibilities of citizens, focusing on both national and community participation.
This presentation describes the rules and importance of communication skills by highlighting research studies on the topic. Activities illustrate effective communication, characteristics of interpersonal communication and how to recognize barriers to effective communication. It also outlines verbal, visual and physical communication, and compares effective speaking and listening skills.
This guide highlights strategies for civil society organizations to select appropriate issues for advocacy campaigns and gives tips for ensuring effective communication with policymakers. It also focuses on the implementation of advocacy campaigns, including strategies and tools for analyzing and prioritizing issues.
This guide contains six chapters related to civic education activities for developing the Yemeni Constitution. This includes 1) basic principles and legal reference for the constitutional development process in Yemen; 2) the importance of awareness raising; 3) the role of constitutional society organizations; 4) the facilitation process and duties of community facilitators in constitutional outreach; 5) guidelines for community facilitators in discussions management; and 6) appendices.
The Advisors' Selection Criteria highlights procedural steps for selecting advisors, the advisor’s role and characteristics, and also the functions and main tasks of the Project Advisory Committee. This is part of a training for women and youth on political action.
The Training Evaluation Form for women and youth's political participation training has six parts, starting with materials, training tools, trainers and trainees, and the team conducting the training session. The final sections address the challenges encountered by the team and solutions, and recommendations.
This guide describes the basics of networking and alliances between non-governmental organizations. It focuses on network objectives, network types and stages of networking, and also includes a networking exercise.
This manual aims to raise awareness of Yemeni citizens about the definition of a civil state - its principles, components and guarantees. Additionally, it reviews the role of youth and civil society organizations in establishing a modern civil state.
This resource describes an inclusive democratization process in Yemen through increasing political awareness and empowerment of youth. The training guide presents a wide range of programs, exercises and workshops focusing on democratic principles. It includes five chapters: concepts of political empowerment and youth; political rights and duties; mechanisms of political empowerment; political empowerment skills; and the future of youth political empowerment.
This report presents a demographic breakdown of survey findings on opinions about introducing a minimum marriage age for girls in Yemen. It also focuses on attitudes toward gender quotas, knowledge of the concept of gender quotas and support for their introduction in elected bodies. The survey was implemented in June 2010.
This report presents survey findings on the extent to which women in Morocco enjoy freedom of movement. It also examines attitudes toward violence against women with a focus on domestic violence. The survey was implemented in December 2009 and January 2010.
This report presents a demographic breakdown of data from surveys to gauge social attitudes toward women in Morocco. It focuses on support for women and daughters in politics, women working outside the home, women involved in decision-making positions and others. The survey was implemented in December 2009 and January 2010.
This report presents demographic data on the survey respondents in the SWMENA reports on Morocco. It contains overviews of the project and its goals and methodology. The survey was implemented in December 2009 and January 2010.
This report presents a demographic breakdown of data from surveys to gauge social attitudes toward women in Lebanon. It focuses on support for women and daughters in politics, women working outside the home, women involved in decision-making positions and others. The survey was implemented in August 2009.