Apna Haq 4C’s – Sexual Violence within BME Communities
Apna Haq 4C’s programme Challenge, Change, Consolidate & Champion the voice of BME women and girls & women who are at risk of or have suffered sexual abuse exploitation.
Recognising the specialist nature of training required to deliver Child Sexual Abuse/Exploitation awareness raising within BME communities, Apna Haq is running a unique accredited Train the Trainer programme and is recruiting Black Minority Ethnic women in South Yorkshire to create a pool of specialist trainers.
This is a 4 day programme that will be delivered over a 3 month period between November and December 2018 and January 2019.
This programme is supported by the Centre of expertise on child sexual abuse.
The programme is only open to female applicants, as exempted under the Equality Act 2010, pursuant to schedule 9, part 1.
We are looking for candidates with:
- Some experience of training, or teaching and learning or group work.
- An understanding of issues of Violence against Women and Girls.
- An understanding of the issues and impacts of CSA/E and the Pakistani community
- An understanding of how belief/faith and spirituality plays a role in the life of women and their communities, both positively and negatively.
- Understanding of issues of racism and discrimination and its impact on marginalised communities
Interested applicants please send in your CV and a covering letter addressing the above points to:
email@example.com by 5.00pm on Friday 21strd September 2018.
Interviews will take place on Monday 15th October 2018.
For further information, contact Zlakha Ahmed on 01709 519212/1 or 07506 873548.