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Towards Inclusion - A guide for organisations and practitioners

VAN EK, Vera
SCHOT, Sander
2017

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This guide is the result of collaboration between Light for the World (LFTW), Mission East (ME), and ICCO Cooperation.

Based on decades of experience of working with the most marginalized and excluded communities, the three organizations cooperated to record their experiences in a publication which can be used in a variety of relief and development contexts. ‘Towards Inclusion’ is designed to be an easy to use reference for organizational and program/project development with a focus on gender responsiveness and disability inclusion.

The guide is made up of three parts:
• the first part guides users through the process of organizational self-assessment to determine readiness to change and identify key steps towards becoming a more inclusive organization.
• the second part introduces the ACAP framework, as a means of improving inclusion in programming via Access, Communication, Attitude and Participation. A range of tools for measuring and improving inclusion at all stages of the project cycle are provided.
• the third part provides guidelines for the people or ‘change facilitators’ who will guide organizations through the process of change towards becoming more inclusive.

The publication can be found at “Towards Inclusion Guide” and the accessible version of the publication can be downloaded. Both are free of charge.

Possibilities for organisation trainings and/or webinars on the practical application of the guide are under consideration. Contact ACAP@gmail.com.

Guidelines to reduce stigma : guide 1|What is health-related stigma?

VAN BRAKEL, Wim
et al
2011

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"This guide is part of a series of four Guides to reduce stigma. The guides are for all managers, health and social workers and service staff who have to deal with stigma in leprosy and other health conditions. These Guides provide evidence-based and best-practice information from different disciplines, and recommendations for field workers on how to reduce stigma against and among affected persons and in the community. This first Guide provides basic information on stigma, its causes, manifestations, and effects"

Guidelines to reduce stigma : guide 2|How to assess health-related stigma

VOOREND, Carlijn
et al
2011

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"This guide is part of a series of four Guides to reduce stigma. The guides are for all managers, health and social workers and service staff who have to deal with stigma in leprosy and other health conditions. These Guides provide evidence-based and best-practice information from different disciplines, and recommendations for field workers on how to reduce stigma against and among affected persons and in the community...The second Guide describes when and how to assess stigma using qualitative and quantitative methods and instruments. It also explains how to use the instruments"

Guidelines to reduce stigma : guide 3|A roadmap to stigma reduction : an empowerment intervention

CROSS, Hugh
et al
2011

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"This guide is part of a series of four Guides to reduce stigma. The guides are for all managers, health and social workers and service staff who have to deal with stigma in leprosy and other health conditions. These Guides provide evidence-based and best-practice information from different disciplines, and recommendations for field workers on how to reduce stigma against and among affected persons and in the community...The third Guide provides recommendations on how to develop an approach for reducing stigma. Through the use of a roadmap, several steps are discussed for reducing stigma related to a particular health condition"

Guidelines to reduce stigma : guide 4|Counseling to reduce stigma

AUGUSTINE, Valsa
et al
2011

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"This guide is part of a series of four Guides to reduce stigma. The guides are for all managers, health and social workers and service staff who have to deal with stigma in leprosy and other health conditions. These Guides provide evidence-based and best-practice information from different disciplines, and recommendations for field workers on how to reduce stigma against and among affected persons and in the community...The fourth guide explains the use of counselling at a basic level in dealing with stigma. It provides an explanation on different techniques and approaches for counselling persons affected by stigma"

Travelling together

COE, Sue
WAPLING, Lorraine
2010

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This manual outlines a one day course for programming staff to increase the inclusion of disabled people in development programmes. Following a course introduction and timetable, the manual contains three main sections: the first section outlines practical training materials for course activities; the second section provides stories from the course; the third section contains resources and information on disability inclusion. This resource is useful for people interested in disability inclusion in development programmes
Large print, Braille and audio versions are available upon request from the publisher

Knowledge, attitudes and practices for risk education : how to implement KAP surveys

GOUTILLE, Fabienne
2009

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This manual provides a six-step, practical guidance for conducting a KAP (knowledge, attitudes and practices) survey on landmines and Explosive Remnants of War (ERW). It highlights the KAP theoretical structure, provides practical suggestions and a list of useful resources. This document is useful for people interested in conducting KAP surveys on landmines and Explosive Remnants of War

Making a difference : training materials to promote diversity and tackle discrimination

SAVE THE CHILDREN FUND UK
2005

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These training materials are designed to help programme staff analyse how discrimination impacts on the lives of children. They encourage NGO staff to understand and embrace the principles of diversity, the underlying causes of discrimination against any group and the approaches they can use to include such issues in their programme and advocacy work, from planning, to implementation, to evaluation. The material is organised into four sequential 'stages': awareness, analysis, action, and gathering information. These stages take staff through: 1. feeling comfortable about taking on work to promote diversity and tackle discrimination, including understanding why it is so important 2. understanding what makes humanity 'diverse' (multiple identities) 3. understanding where discrimination comes from (the cycle of oppression) 4. the concept of 'barriers' to see how unequal power relations are manifested in reality 5. potential ways to break down barriers 6. tying all of these stages together into a framework to help staff analyse their context and work. 7. putting into place the foundations for action on diversity and non-discrimination. Though designed spefically for Save the Children staff, these materials are readily adaptable to other organisational contexts

Comprehensive counseling for reproductive health : an integrated curriculum. Trainers' manual

ENGENDERHEALTH
2003

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Developed by EngenderHealth, this curriculum is designed to prepare all levels of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) providers to use communication and counseling skills to assess and address clients' comprehensive SRH needs. It introduces the concept of integrated SRH counseling - a two-way interaction between a client and a provider to assess and address the client's overall SRH needs, regardless of what health service he or she is working within or what services the client has requested. The curriculum trains providers to focus on the client as a whole person and to consider factors both inside and outside the clinic that influence a client's SRH decision-making. The trainer's manual consists of an introduction to trainers, a detailed curriculum with session guides and a series of appendicies containing additional materials

Comprehensive counseling for reproductive health : an integrated curriculum. Participant's handbook

ENGENDERHEALTH
2003

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Developed by EngenderHealth, this curriculum is designed to prepare all levels of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) providers to use communication and counseling skills to assess and address clients' comprehensive SRH needs. It introduces the concept of integrated SRH counseling - a two-way interaction between a client and a provider to assess and address the client's overall SRH needs, regardless of what health service he or she is working within or what services the client has requested. The curriculum trains providers to focus on the client as a whole person and to consider factors both inside and outside the clinic that influence a client's SRH decision-making. The participant's handbook provides information on the principles and approaches of client-centred communications related to SRH and further details the role of providers in creating a good climate for communication, assisting clients in making good decisions and helping clients follow through on their decisions. The handbook also includes relevant worksheets

Assisting disabled persons in finding employment : a practical guide. Asian and Pacific Edition

HERON, Robert
MURRAY, Barbara
2003

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This book gives practical advice on helping disabled people to find employment. It covers barriers that disabled people have in finding work and the role of the placement officer. It outlines the four steps in the job search (interviewing the job seeker, recording information, identifying suitable jobs, and matching the jobseeker and job), and cooperating with employers

A handbook for training of disabled on rural enterprise development

HANKO, Johanne
POLMAN, Wim
2003

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This handbook is designed as a guide to empower people with disabilities on rural enterprise development. It is based upon lessons learned from two FAO projects: 'Mushroom production training for disabled people in northeast Thailand' and 'Poverty alleviation throuh market generated rural employment' (better known as 'Success Case Replication (SCR)'). The handbook provides practical methodology, references, check-lists and various training resources for centres, village development workers and self-employment. It would be useful for people and organisations interested in the training of disabled people on rural enterprise development

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