Girl Safety Toolkit: A Resource for Practitioners

The aim of this toolkit is to support organizations in creating and expanding safe opportunities for girls.

A safe programme needs to build the social capital of girls, not only to build their sense of comfort and support them in gaining and deploying skills, but also to provide them with an early sensing device, to help them assess and deal with risk.

When thinking about Girl Safety, it is important to remember that the experiences of girls vary tremendously. A complex combination of factors – age, life stage, socio-economic status, religion, ethnicity, caste, sexual orientation, health (physical and mental), minority status, citizenship and status as an asylum seeker or refugee – plays a role in determining their safety.

This toolkit provides an array of tools for the programme designer on how to assess a situation, design the programme, implement the programme, and then monitor and evaluate. Each section provides tools, information, games, and checklists to ensure that those working to promote girl safety have a strong reserve to aid them in the field.

Published 2014-06-27

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2014
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pdf, 127p.