IBCR Training Manual on Trafficking in Children
Sep 30 2010
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The IBCR is an international non-governmental organization based in Montreal and created in 1994. Its principal mission is to contribute to the promotion and respect of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) and its optional protocols. This training manual focused on the capacity building of trainers to better identify youth at risk of trafficking and to provide adequate interventions. The training is based on a participatory approach that encourages an active discussion and exchange of information on behalf of every participant. Here are the different modules of the training in French: Introduction Activités Jeunesse Jeux : à vos risques. Jeux : dans la peau de… Jeux : la loi c'est la loi. Jeux : la vérité je le jure. Jeux : l'impro des pros. Module 1 : traite (contenu pratique) Module 1 : traite (contenu théorique) Module 2 : traite (contenu pratique) Module 2 : traite (contenu théorique) Module 3 : traite (contenu pratique) Module 3 : traite (contenu théorique) Lexique More about IBCR.
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