Taaron Ki Toli Workbook for Class 9th and 10th Student.
A fellowship project supported by South Asian Network to Address Masculinities- SANAM
It contains a step-by-step process for creating innovative campaigns to inspire community action against gender-based violence.
it’s a comprehensive resource for educators, facilitators and leaders working to promote dialogue, encourage awareness and inspire action against domestic violence in their own communities.
किशोर-किशोरी सशक्तिकरण हेतु हिंसा तथा यौन अपराधों की रोकथाम के लिए कानून और नीति संबंधी सहायता
किशोरों और सामाजिक कार्यकर्ताओं के लिए एक सूचनाप्रद पुस्तिका
Product 1 provides an overview of the Adolescent Empowerment Toolkit. It briefly describes key products for UNICEF partners working on adolescent empowerment, and for civil society organisations.
Theory of change for UNICEF partners and civil society organizations on adolescent empowerment framework in addressing gender-based violence and exploitation.
Resource book for CSOs to analyse approaches to working with adolescents, and how adolescent intervention programmes can enlist the support of key gatekeepers to improve the decision making and agency of adolescents, leading to their empowerment.
A resource book to equip community workers and adolescents to support secondary education, address child marriage and violence by mobilising the community through tools like brochures, mobile video vans, street plays, fairs, etc.
Resource book for community workers and trainers to facilitate – Life skills workshops with adolescent boys and girls taking them through a journey of self-awareness, building critical thinking, interpersonal skills, and providing them with tools to mobilise stakeholders on secondary education, child marriage, sexual harassment, and violence.
“Gender-based Violence: Why does it matter to adolescents?” is a ready reckoner to equip teachers and community and field workers with facts and basic information on the issue, and to apply an inter-sectional approach to analyse gender-based violence (GBV) and its impact on adolescents.
A ready reckoner for child marriage field interventions by CSO partners, which includes facts and figures; issue analysis; causes and impact; possible intervention strategies based on theory of change.
Theory of Change: Addressing Child Marriage. Goal – Reduction of child marriage of girls aged below 18 years
Resource book for community workers and trainers in sensitising and training adolescent boys on addressing child marriage, sexual harassment, and domestic violence.
Training module for adolescent girls is a resource book for community workers and trainers in sensitising and training adolescent girls on addressing child marriage, sexual harassment, and violence.
Capacity building module for adolescent girls and boys, addressing child marriage and violence.
Resource book for community workers and trainers in sensitising and training frontline workers on addressing issues related to child marriage and violence.
A resource book to educate community workers and adolescents on laws and schemes offered by the Government of India to address gender-based violence, sexual offences, and adolescent empowerment.
A resource book to equip trainers and community workers with talking points and arguments to convince different stakeholders in addressing gender-based violence issues.
A resource book for facilitators for leading parents meetings, which will facilitate inter-generational dialogue and promote parents involvement in empowering their children.
Breakthrough has developed a Communication Protocol to negotiate community-level communication dynamics that is relevant to individuals/NGOs/CBOs working on sex selection and gender discrimination. The protocol will help develop messages on GBSS and includes standardised messages, templates for creating messages and tools for different stakeholder groups.
The postcards and bookmarks, present a few incidents of sexual harassment. On the reverse of the postcard is the information on what constitutes sexual harassment, and the action that can be taken to address/ stop it.
This booklet contains detailed information of what constitutes sexual harassment, how to identify it, who faces it, common myths related to sexual harassment, what girls and boys say about sexual harassment, and the action that they can take to address sexual harassment. This is an adapted translation from the Jagori booklet on sexual harassment for young adults.
This is a collection of games and activities for the youth club members – Taaron ki Toli, that take the young people on a journey with Breakthrough. These games and activities encourage the users to consider viewpoints and perceptions that are different from theirs. It also creates a safe space and provides them with skills to explore opportunities of and influence change towards a gender equitable family, community and society.
This toolkit is for practitioners and facilitators working on or with others on programme planning, monitoring and evaluation. It provides information and activities to learn about project cycles, incorporating research for monitoring and evaluation purposes and how to use different monitoring tools.
This case study presents the use of music videos like Mann Ke Manjeere and Babul to address domestic violence. It explores how the integration of popular culture and social messaging helped to challenge the culture of silence. It examines how music as a medium helped to address and challenge myths related to domestic violence.
The instructional design toolkit was created in partnership with Pravah to work with people on various issues. This toolkit is for facilitators to train on facilitation skills using participatory methods and taking in to account different learning methodologies especially for adult learners.
The HIV and AIDS toolkit is for civil society organisation professionals working with young people and on HIV and AIDS. This toolkit contains sessions and activities on basic information on HIV and AIDS, myths and facts, information about safer sex and the connections between discrimination, rights and being HIV positive.
This toolkit is for facilitators to conduct sessions to analyse the concepts of gender and human rights, draw the connections between these and various forms of discrimination, its manifestations and how to address them in our everyday lives.
The What Kind of Man are You? & Is This Justice? case study looks at two campaigns that address the intersection of stigma and discrimination faced by HIV positive women who are also survivors of domestic violence. The campaigns addressed men calling them to be responsible partners and use condoms as a safer sex practice.
This toolkit provides activities and sessions for facilitators to use with participants to understand the contexts, gender-based discrimination and impact of gender-biased sex selection on the society.
This booklet can be used by everyone to learn about gender-biased sex selection, including information about the PCPNDT Act. The information includes some of the legal aspects, who is responsible for implementing the Act, and action points to address the practice of gender-biased sex selection.
This toolkit is for practitioners working with young people, parents and teachers on the issues related to early marriage. The toolkit helps facilitators to build an understanding of the concepts of gender, discrimination, impact and connection between early marriage, rights and violence against women and girls.
This booklet presents responses to frequently asked questions about early marriage e.g. why are young girls/ women married-off early, what is the impact of early marriage on young girls/ women, how is early marriage affecting the Millennium Development Goals (MDG), what does the law against early marriage say and what can be done to prevent and stop early marriage. This booklet can be used by anyone who is interested to know more about early marriage.
The Bell Bajao! Case study looks at the development of the campaign and community mobilisation journey that Breakthrough has made to address domestic violence. It presents the strategy and methodology used to address men and boys as partners to prevent incidences of domestic violence.