Gender-based violence (GBV) has been recognized as a cross-cutting issue affecting the lives of victims from a diversity of dimensions including culture, education, health, economy, psychology, livelihoods and political participation.
In fact, violence against women and girls was chosen as one of the critical areas of action following the Beijing Conference. This presents a key opportunity for different players, including government agencies, NGOs, United Nations agencies and other institutions, to build an understanding on issues of violence and undertake activities to combat violence. This online course is imperative to build this understanding and initiate and strengthen programmes combating gender-based violence.
HAMI workshops are aimed at building the capacity and commitment of participants to undertake programs targeted at eradicating gender-based violence and to develop a new movement for gender equality.
they also features a number of exercises and reflective activities designed to examine the concepts of gender, gender-based violence, sexuality, and rights. It will further explore the impact of gender-based violence on education, health and development.
In recent decades, violence against women has been mentioned as the most serious social problem beyond cultural, social and regional boundaries. Violence against women is a global phenomenon that is experienced in private and public spheres of life. Domestic violence, as the most common type of violence against women, is a serious and widespread social harm in all societies, especially in developing countries.
Violence has many negative effects on the health of mothers, children, families and communities. These violences are increasing day by day and as one of the most important public health problems. Today, prevention of this problem as well as identification and management of cases of domestic violence against women have been considered as a priority for the health of women and families in many countries.
Relying on Islamic and Iranian values, along with the standards of the United Nations and the World Health Organization, HAMI association has prioritized the mental health of the family and the fight against violence in the social centers of the supporter.
We at HAMI try to point out the issue and phenomenon of domestic and gender violence in all our courses, individual consultations and workshops, and in emergency situations, we help our clients in various fields and have an immediate response.