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Gender in Humanitarian Assistance Training – HRN 2023

June 22 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm EDT

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Last Registration Day – June 2nd, 2023 (for HRN members), June 7th (for non-members)


The two suggested webinars will cover basic concepts of Gender in Humanitarian Assistance, including Why is Gender Equality Essential to Humanitarian Action (day 1) and Integrating Gender into the Humanitarian Program Cycle (Day 2).

The webinars aim to ensure that all participants understand these basic concepts prior to considering joining the 3-days comprehensive GiHA training which will be offered by HRN in September 2023.

The webinars may be a refresher for staffs of organizations that have already provided basic gender training internally, or completely new material for organizations that have not been able to provide such training. They will also be an occasion for all participants to identify content they would like to see included in the comprehensive training that will follow in September.


Information on the training

Training Dates (Webinars) Thursdays, June 8th and 22nd, 2023

Training Times 11:00 – 14:00

Training venue  Online – Zoom.

Registration required

Cost of the training Free for all participants.


Training language 

The training wil be provided in English only. However the training material can be provided in French if requested.

Would the number of people requesting a French training at registration (see questions below), RIH may offer the training in French at a later date to a separate cohort.


Number of participants

Minimum: 15 participants

Maximum: 30 participants

Please note that

– If the minimum number of participants registered is not reached, the training will be cancelled or postponed.

– If the maximum number of people is exceeded, HRN may:

– Limit the number of people registered by organization.

– Or create a second cohort at a later date.


Target audience

– Humanitarian professionals and practitioners of Canadian Development and Humanitarian organizations and/or students in Development and/or Humanitarian affairs.  HRN members will considered in priority at registration.