Training Resources

  • Handbook

    The INSPIRE Training Package is a trainer’s handbook and set of seven slide decks and group activities for training national and regional planners and policy makers. The Package is intended for use primarily by people who have completed the INSPIRE Training of Trainers training. The package of tools covers the basics of INSPIRE, delivering evidence-based programming, multi-sectoral collaboration, adaptation and scale up and M&E. The training package contains core information that can be adapted and contextualised.

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  • Globally, violence affects one out of two children every year. In addition to the wide range of immediate and life-long harmful consequences to individuals and families, violence against children also undermines investments in health and education and erodes the productive capacity of future generations. Fortunately, we know what works to prevent violence against children, and technical guidance on how to do this is readily accessible in the INSPIRE: Seven strategies to end violence against children technical package.

    The Global status report on preventing violence against children 2020 charts countries’ progress in using the evidence-based strategies included in this technical package, identifies gaps, and makes recommendations for boosting INSPIRE implementation efforts and accelerating national progress.

    For more information please visit: https://www.who.int/teams/social-determinants-of-health/violence-prevention/global-status-report-on-violence-against-children-2020

  • Globally, violence affects one out of two children every year. In addition to the wide range of immediate and life-long harmful consequences to individuals and families, violence against children also undermines investments in health and education and erodes the productive capacity of future generations. Fortunately, we know what works to prevent violence against children, and technical guidance on how to do this is readily accessible in the INSPIRE: Seven strategies to end violence against children technical package.

    The Global status report on preventing violence against children 2020 charts countries’ progress in using the evidence-based strategies included in this technical package, identifies gaps, and makes recommendations for boosting INSPIRE implementation efforts and accelerating national progress.

    For more information please visit: https://www.who.int/teams/social-determinants-of-health/violence-prevention/global-status-report-on-violence-against-children-2020

  • Webinar Pre-Recorded

    This short webinar delivered by Dr Alex Butchart, WHO, and Ms Sabine Rakotomalala, Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children, is an introduction to the evidence-based strategies and interventions gathered in INSPIRE, a technical package to reduce and prevent violence against children.

  • Slide Deck Image

    This adaptable Powerpoint slide deck was developed for member of the INSPIRE Community of Practice for us in various capacity building/strenghtening efforts, including trainings, webinars, presentations and other promotional activities.  

  • INSPIRE Facilitator Guide

    Capacity building is integral to the INSPIRE Working Group’s (IWG) efforts to disseminate and implement the evidence-based technical package and support countries in their efforts to prevent and respond to violence against children aged 0-17 years. This Facilitators Guide is based on the INSPIRE package which includes a) the core document describing the INSPIRE strategies and interventions, b) the implementation handbook providing guidance on how to implement the interventions, and c) the indicator guidance to measure the uptake of INSPIRE and its impact on levels of violence against children.

    This Guide has been produced as a resource to sensitize and train on INSPIRE: Seven Strategies for Ending Violence Against Children. It provides trainers with guidance to familiarize themselves with INSPIRE at the same time as developing their skills as a trainer. Like INSPIRE, it is not meant to position INSPIRE as a brand new program but rather, it represents a way of revitalizing, focusing, and expanding current multisectoral efforts to prevent and respond to violence against children.

    Trainings may not the only way to learn new skills or develop and change attitudes. It is worth considering possible learning methodologies before opting for a training workshop, including on-thejob training (one-on-one training, small group training, coaching or mentoring), in-house experience (visits and placements in other parts of the organization, research and planning projects or problemsolving groups), or in-house courses (single or multi-day workshops that build up needed skills).

    For the purpose of this Guide we will refer to the term “training” to include anything from a 2-hour sensitization to 5-day training. The Guide offers suggested agendas for a one-day and three-day training session but all information in the Guide is modular so that the trainer/facilitator can design the best possible agenda based on the needs and resources in country.