Trainings for frontline workers assisting refugees and migrant children in tfYROM

10 Jun 2016

UNICEF Regional Office for Central East Europe and Commonwealth of Independent States (CEE/CIS) as part of its partnership with the Child Protection Hub for South East Europe is implementing 2 rounds of trainings in tfYROM  within the initiative “Developing capacities and providing support to frontline workers assisting refugees and migrant children in four countries in South Eastern Europe (Phase II)”

The first training will be conducted in the period between 13th to the 14th of June 2016, and the second round - between 16th to 17th of the same month. The trainings will consist of two intensive days and cover different aspects of child protection in emergencies. The programme is developed to increase practitioners’ knowledge and improve their skills on topics such as challenges of working with refugee / migrant children and families, impact of being displaced, promoting the best interests of children, interviewing children, psychosocial & emotional support, and direct work with children.

A total of 50 participants will be involved in both training rounds, 25 participants in each round, representing various public and non-public agencies. The training will provide  an opportunity to learn, reflect and share knowledge and experiences with an interactive and participatory  approach using adult learning methodologies.

 

This project is funded by: