In order to deepen the impact of the research findings we are now presenting this E-learning platform aimed as a teaching kit with gender sensitive guidelines and case studies based on extensive empiric data. All the resources from the project are compiled and archived here for the wider dissemination purposes.

The platform was formally launched at the Geneva Conference on 23d of November, held in the Red Cross Museum, and is now officially made available for online use.

We hope it  will serve to support the creation of a community of practise among refugee support organisations, women’s groups, and mental health practitioners working with forced migrants. We particularly invite  psychosocial professionals  working closely with displaced women to use it.

E-learning platform is accessible via following URL:

https://www.rrpp-efm.net/e-learning/

Resources are freely available but access to research documentation and detailed reports requires user registration:

User registration form

 

Available research resources