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to involve NGOs, centers and research institutes in Hanoi involved in gender issues to better picture the country situation
STAGED!

Struggling Against Gender-based
Discrimination through Youth Work
in EU and Asia

Lunaria launched in 2012 a
medium term strategy
aimed to promote gender equality.

The actors, target groups and beneficiaries of the process are young people, youth-social workers, local organizations and NGOs.

Within this strategy, we have already implemented different projects in cooperation with European and partner countries organizations and we have extended our common action in the field of gender equality in Europe, Eastern Africa, Latin America and, with the current project, South East Asia.
GENERAL BACKGROUND
AIM
To enhance gender equality and young women empowerment by providing youth workers, peer educators, local organizations and international NGOs, in EU and SEA, with new tools and methods to favor young women participation in projects and international voluntary service activities.
Young women, young people, peer educators, local youth workers, representatives of local and international organizations and NGOs in EU and SEA countries.
TARGET

20th March 2017 –9th April 2017
Myanmar, Vietnam, Indonesia
PROJECT TIME LINE
A1. ITINERANT FEASIBILITY VISIT – IFV
20th March 2017 –
9th April 2017
Indonesia, Myanmar
and Vietnam
A2. INTERNATIONAL TRAINING COURSE - ITC
on gender issues and non formal education methods
21st - 28th May 2017
Vietnam
A3. YOUTH MEETINGS - YMs
01st July 2017 –
15th August 2017
Indonesia, Myanmar
and Vietnam
A4. INTERNATIONAL TRAINING COURSE – ITC
on project management
26th September 2017 - 03rd October 2017
Indonesia
A5. STUDY PHASE - SP
01st November 2017 –
15th December 2017
Indonesia, Myanmar
and Vietnam
A6. LOCAL ACTIONS IMPLEMENTATION – LAsI
01st January 2018 –
28th February 2018
Indonesia, Myanmar
and Vietnam
A7. INTERNATIONAL TRAINING COURSE – ITC
restitution and methods sharing
14th- 21st April 2018
Italy
A8. FOLLOW UP
01st May 2018 –
31st August 2018
France, Indonesia,
Italy, Myanmar,
Romania and
Vietnam
ITINERANT
FEASIBILITY
VISIT

WHAT?
Meetings with local representatives, youth workers, peer educators and local stakeholders in Myanmar, Vietnam and Indonesia

Two representatives of Lunaria during the the Itinerant Feasibility Visit joined, in order: Myanmar, Vietnam and Indonesia (one week in each country) where they have met the SEA local partners, NGOs and groups of young people to run the

needs assessment
, the
diagnostic

and to

share the upcoming steps of the project
.

During the visit the needs assessment and the diagnostic was run, the
working methods
shared and agreed upon the
logistic aspects
for the Training Courses, the Youth Meetings and the Study Phase.

The
outcomes
of the IFV will be used to prepare the
first TC on gender issues and non formal education methods
.
TOOLS
During the visit different tools have been used in order to run the needs assessment and to detect the countries' needs.
The tools varied according to the purpose of the visit: if it was targeted to the official partner of the project or to other local partners, youth and women groups and relevant stakeholders.
MEETING WITH THE OFFICIAL PARTNERS
:

QUESTIONNAIRE TRAINING NEEDS ASSESSMENT:
aimed to reflect on the partner organizations gender perspective, training needs and methodological needs (NFE), and to capitalize results while preparing the first training course

THE WALL AND THE TREE MODEL:
aimed to deepen the problems, the needs and the possible solutions, referred to gender issues in the local communities and country, shaping it in a visual and intuitive way through the model
MEETING WITH OTHER LOCAL PARTNERS OR RELEVANT STAKEHOLDERS:

REPORT FIELD VISIT:
aimed to present the aim, activities and areas of intervention of the different realities visited and to share all the relevant information among the consortium

QUESTIONNAIRE LOCAL PARTNER:
targeted to the coordinators of the local association/group, aimed to deepen the gender-related analysis and the role of women so to provide the detailed picture of the country situation and design the diagnostic. The questionnaire was divided in different chapters: gender issues within the family; gender issues in the community; gender issues in labor; general analysis and conclusion

WORD CAFÉ:
targeted to the youth or women groups met, aimed to detect their country perspective concerning gender and the role of women. The questions asked in the World Café were the following: "What roles do men and women typically play within the family?"; "Did you perceive any gender inequality in your community? If yes, which? And what are the reasons?"; "What should be done to achieve gender equality? And who should get involved?"

MYANMAR
27th March - 02nd April 2017
VIETNAM
INDONESIA
03rd April - 09th April 2017
to involve organizations in Yangon, part of the same network or other partner organizations they used to cooperate with.
STRATEGY IN THE IFV
20th March - 26th March 2017
Colorful Girls Association

Care International Myanmar

Phan Tee Eain (PTE)

Women's Organization Network Of Myanmar (WONM)

Khin Zar Mon – Gender Consultant And Free Lance Trainer

Women Can Do It (WCDI)

Myanmar Young Social Entrepreuner Forum (MYSF)
ORGANIZATIONS VISITED
Questionnaire training needs assessment:
1

The wall and the tree model:
1

Report field visit:
6

Questionnaire local partner:
5

Word Café:
2
MAIN OUTCOMES
STRATEGY IN THE IFV
The Center For Women And Community Development (CWCD)

Hagar

Institute For Social Development Studies (ISDS)

Oxfam

Hanoi Queer – A Local Group Of Activists In LGBT

Visit To The Vietnamese Women's Museum

The Center For Education And Development (CED)

Vietnam Volunteer Center (VVC)

The Institute For Studies Of Society, Economics And Environment (ISEE)

Center For Studies And Applied Sciences In Gender, Family, Women And Adolescents (CSAGA)


ORGANIZATIONS VISITED
MAIN OUTCOMES
Questionnaire training needs assessment:
1

The wall and the tree model:
1

Report field visit:
9

Questionnaire local partner:
7

Word Café:
/
STRATEGY IN THE IFV
to involve one of the major partner organization GREAT has, KJHAM and then consequently to meet group of women (with different focus) active in different parts of Semarang and founded with the support of KJHAM
ORGANIZATIONS VISITED
Kjham

Kp Taman Gede

Kp Peribumi

Kp Muktiharjo

Ewi Sinta – Bandarharjo
MAIN OUTCOMES
Questionnaire training needs assessment:
1

The wall and the tree model:
1

Report field visit:
5

Questionnaire local partner:
1

Word Café:
4
MAIN ELEMENTS APPEARED IN EACH COUNTRY
GBV – GENDER BASED VIOLENCE
MARRIAGE
TRAFFICKING
WOMEN AND MIGRATION
Appeared cases of
GBV
, but in most of the time it was mentioned domestic violence (sexual violence, marital rape, psychological violence).

There is the common idea that what happens at home should not be shared outside: many women are afraid to denounce the domestic violence both because in some cases, if perpetrated by the husband (even not continuously) is not considered violence, and because they are afraid of the social stigma ("you are not a good mother and a good wife").

Mostly in Vietnam and Indonesia is quite common for women to migrate, both within the country for seasonal jobs as well as abroad.
The main destinations are: China, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong, South Korea.

Migration often may exposes women to extra challenges: they are exploited, usually they don't have working contracts, so they cannot enter the health and social security services and report the cases of violence, if they face any.

Migration – marriage: specifically in Vietnam there are several cases where marriages are pre-arranged (Vietnamese female – Chinese male). In this case women are either forced by the family, or they decide on their own to do it in order to economically support the family afterward. In this case poverty and the lack of economical resources play an important role in the decision process.

Social stigma in migration: if you migrate and come back home with money you are well perceived by society, while if you have been exploited or victim of violence you are badly perceived by society.
Women victim of violence usually don't speak up of what happened when they were abroad and it may brings harmful consequences from the psychological and social point of view.
In all the three countries was pointed out the importance of marriage, as a social institution both for men and women. The average age is 20 – 25, but it vary a lot in each country, accordingly to urban/rural dimension, as well as the level of education.

In all the countries there are still cases of early marriage (generally from 14y.o. up): in many cases the early marriage is taking place in those areas where there is more poverty and lower education (mostly in rural areas, but also in urban - suburbs).
The major victims of trafficking are usually women and children: normally they are involved in jobs with very poor conditions and high rate of exploitation and in sex work.

Migration – trafficking: several women are convinced/recruited by “agents” to migrate in other countries with the perspective of well remunerated jobs. Once they arrive, they are more exposed to trafficking: their documents are taken (so it's harder to escape) and they are forced to work in jobs not corresponding to the promised ones, where they are not paid or they are poorly paid and exploited.
ACTORS INVOLVED
Charity-Oriented Myanmar-COM, Myanmar
CONCORDIA, France
Perkumpulan Gerakan
Kerelawanan Internasional-
GREAT, Indonesia
Center for Sustainable
Development Studies-CSDS,
Vietnam
LUNARIA, Italy
UNIVERSITUR, Romania
INTERNATIONAL TRAINING COURSE

YOUTH MEETINGS
on gender issues and non formal
education methods
The TC was realized between the
21st
and the
28th of May 2017
in
Thai Nguyen
, VIETNAM

The training, targeted to
29 participants from Italy, Vietnam, France, Myanmar, Romania and Indonesia and 6 experts
, aimed:

to
deepen the gender issues
, with a focus on the family, community and economic dimension;
to
analyse gender-related conflicts
and to work on possible ways to manage them;
to
develop new tools
coming from the non formal education and that have been afterwards applied during the Youth Meetings (July and August).
The
networking

within the organizations, partners of the project was empowered;

The

networking at national level
was further developed and new synergies were created;

Participants acquired the
capability to work in group
, to

approach gender issues

from a wider perspective, to

prepare and hand out questionnaires

to run the needs assessment phase and to use

non formal education
methods and techniques for the Youth Meetings;

Acknowledgment of the
Graphic Facilitation

technique;

Set up of the
questionnaire

afterward used during the Youth Meetings to gather the youth’ needs assessment;

Production of the first draft of the
Toolkit_TC-Vietnam
:
http://www.lunaria.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/STAGED_Toolkit_TC-Vietnam.pdf
OUTCOMES
INTERNATIONAL TRAINING COURSE

on project management
The TC was realized between the
26th of September
and the
03rd of October 2017
in
Semarang
, INDONESIA

The training, targeted to
29 participants from Italy, Vietnam, France, Myanmar, Romania and Indonesia and 6 experts
, aimed:

to
share
the main
outcomes of the YMs
;
to
deepen
the main pillars on
project design
and management;
to
test and upgrade
interactive methodologies to set projects focused on gender equality.
The

networking

within the organizations, partners of the project was empowered;

Participants acquired
skills
to conceive, design and write project proposals, organize budgets and run the overall coordination of a project;

Different non formal education methods

to run the following phase were shared, assessed and upgraded within the group;

The

Mind Map
tool was experimented and assessed during the training.

Production of the first draft of the

Toolkit_TC-Indonesia
:
http://www.lunaria.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/STAGED_Toolkit_TC-Indonesia.pdf


OUTCOMES
WHAT:
national Youth Meetings held in the
Myanmar, Indonesia and Vietnam
and targeted to young people and other relevant young stakeholders

DATES:
from the
01st of July
to the
15th of August 2017
(6 weeks)

AIM:
to
raise awareness toward gender issues
and the role of women and to deep and
expand the needs assessment and the diagnostic
started during the Itinerant Feasibility Visit.

ACTORS:
the
participants of the training course in Vietnam
, once back home supported by their organizations, will
organize and facilitate meetings of young people
to meet the above mentioned aims.
train other young people, with the relevant information acquired and share the methodologies acquired. Both the TC participants and the youth trained will become
COM-Myanmar
TOTAL NUMBER OF DAYS:
8
TOTAL NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:
167
YM1:

06/07/2017 - 07/07/2017 (2 days)
Pintaya Damayone
, Pintaya Township, Shan State
38
participants

YM2:
26/07/2017 – 27/07/2017 (2 days)
Daw Nge Kha
village, Demoso Township, Kayah State
48
participants

YM3:

27/07/2017 (1 day)
Kyokone
village, Myan Aung Township, Ayeyarwaddy Region
40
participants

YM4:

28/07/2017 (1 day)
Women Future Association
Office, Loikaw Township, Kayah State
14
participants

YM5:
12/08/2017 – 13/08/2017 (2 days)
Charity-Oriented Myanmar
Office, Yangon Region.
27
participants


CSDS-Vietnam
TOTAL NUMBER OF DAYS:
8
TOTAL NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:
72
YM1:

16/07/2017 (1 day)
CSDS Regional Office
in Quoc Oai, Hanoi
23
participants

YM2:
26/07/2017 – 30/07/2017 (5 days)
Socihub
, Hanoi and Thai Hai,
Thai Nguyen
15
participants


YM3:

04/08/2017 (1 day)
Nghia Tan Primary School
, Cau Giay, Hanoi
19
participants

YM4:
14/08/2017 (1 day)
Nghia Tan Primary School
, Cau Giay, Hanoi
15
participants


GREAT-Indonesia
TOTAL NUMBER OF DAYS:
8
TOTAL NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:
72
YM1:

05/07/2017- 08/07/2017 (4 days)
Yon Arhanudse
, Semarang, Central Java
23
participants

YM2:
13/07/2017 – 14/07/2017 (2 days)
Hikmatul hayat Orphanage & Campus of Islamics State Institute
, Tulungagung, East Java
21
participants


YM3:

15/07/2017-16/07/2017 (2 days)
Mawar Camping Ground
, Semarang, Central Java
14
participants

YM4:
22/07/2017 (1 day)
Campus of Islamics State Institute
, Salatiga, Central Java
18
participants

YM5:

14/08/2017 (1 day)
At LRC-KJHAM Office
, Semarang, Central Java
10
participants

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