Sir/Madam, The Institute is organizing an “Orientation Programme

National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development
5, Siri Institutional Area, Hauz Khas, New Delhi- 110016
Training on Developing Counselling Skills and Support Services for Women in Distress
Dates: 31 August-4 September, 2015
Venue: NIPCCD, New Delhi
Programme Design
Violence against women is one of the most pervasive forms of human rights violations,
denying women equality, security, dignity, self-worth, and their right to enjoy fundamental freedoms.
It manifests itself in different forms throughout the life cycle of women like gender biased sexselective abortions, female infanticide, domestic violence, child marriage, child prostitution, sexual
harassment at work place, in schools and at home etc. Violence against women is a major public health
problem that has both fatal and non-fatal consequences such as homicide, suicide, maternal mortality
and AIDS-related deaths. For women violence is also a leading cause of injury and disability, as well
as a risk factor leading to depression and anxiety, eating and sleeping disorders, feelings of shame and
guilt, phobia and panic disorders, physical inactivity, poor self-esteem, post-traumatic stress disorder,
psychosomatic disorders, smoking, suicidal behaviour, self-harm and injuring children at times.
Violence has long-term consequences for women and their children, as well as social and economic
costs for all society.
In light of the health, human rights, social and economic consequences of violence against
women, there has been a burgeoning call to address it with a wide range of programmes and policies.
There have been numerous governmental and non-governmental interventions in India to effectively
deal with the problem of distressed women facing any kind of violence. The efforts are directed
towards strengthening of and amendments in existing legislations and developing institutional
mechanisms i.e. National and State Commissions for Women, Crime against Women Cells in police
stations, ‘all women’ police stations etc. One of the recent initiatives is launch of women safety mobile
application ‘Himmat’ by Delhi police. Its other course of action centers around running projects that
provide support services to distressed women through schemes like Swadhar Greh, Short Stay Homes,
Ujjawala, setting up of women help lines and One Stop Centres etc.
NGOs play a pivotal role in implementing these projects to support women in difficult
circumstances. Support services are designed to assist women in being safer and gaining a sense of
empowerment. Distressed women are assisted with safety plans, accessing resources, managing the
effects of abuse and psychological counselling which would give her emotional/mental support. The
counsellor helps the survivor understand various aspects related to her safety, well-being and rights.
She/he explains to her various options available and tries to empower the survivor to take right
decision to overcome the violence situation. The counsellor also ensures that the survivor gets required
support services (legal, health care, shelter etc.) by making need based referrals to the other service
providers like lawyers, doctors and shelter homes etc.
In order to effectively respond to the needs of distressed women the government officials and
non- governmental organizations working for the cause of women need to be acquainted with latest
knowledge about the support services available for distressed women. They need to be equipped with
counselling techniques as the psychosocial support and right kind of need based counselling is
considered important for social rehabilitation of distressed women. A certain level of training and
information is required to familiarize them with the core theories and practices of the trauma approach
in counselling. The more training and supervised practice, the better equipped they will be to respond
to a broad range of violence-related issues. In order to facilitate this process, the Institute proposes to
organize a five-day Training on Developing Counselling Skills and Support Services for Women
in Distress from 31 August -04 September, 2015 at NIPCCD Headquarters, New Delhi.
Objectives: The main objectives of the programme will be to:
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sensitize the participants about magnitude, causes, nature and manifestation of violence against
women in India;
develop understanding about the trauma faced by distressed women;
provide insight on the policies, existing support services and legal safeguards for women in
distress;
promote networking among NGOs and institutions providing support services to women in
distress; and
enhance communication and counselling skills for providing psychosocial support to distressed
women.
Contents: The contents will broadly cover situational analysis of women with special reference to
violence against women; causes, consequences and manifestation and magnitude of violence against
women; problems faced by distressed women; policies, programmes and support services for
distressed women; laws related to women in distress; psychosocial support and counseling of survivors
of violence; role of various stakeholders providing support services to women and networking among
them; rehabilitation and empowerment of women in difficult circumstances and exposure visit etc.
Methodology: The participants will be provided conducive learning environment and participatory
approach will be adopted during the programme. Various techniques like lecture-cum-discussion,
group discussions, brain storming, role play, exercises etc. will be used in the programme. Besides the
faculty of the Institute, resource faulty will be drawn from government, non-government organizations,
academic and Technical Institutions with relevant expertise and experience in the subject matter.
Active participation of trainees and sharing of experiences will serve as a valuable resource enriching
the learning process.
Background Material: Background material comprising various articles, handouts, relevant to various
aspects of violence against women and counselling and support services will be made available to the
participants to supplement classroom discussions during the programme.
Participants: There will be about 35 participants comprising middle level officials of government and
representatives of NGOs from all over the country engaged in programmes for women development/
empowerment. The participants for the programme will be selected on the basis of criteria that include
educational qualification, work experience, language skill, earlier participation in programmes of the
Institute etc. The selection of the participants is purely discretionary and will be decided by the
competent authority of the Institute.
NGO – Partnership System Registration: The NGOS nominating their representatives are expected
to have registered on the website of Planning Commission under the NGO Partnership S ystem and
furnish their registration number.
Venue and Duration: The duration of the programme will be five days, 31 August -04 September,
2015 and it will be organized at the premises of National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child
Development (NIPCCD), 5, Siri Institutional Area, Hauz Khas, New Delhi- 110016.
(Landmark: Opp. Hauz Khas Police Station)
Travel, Board and Lodging: The representatives from Voluntary Organisations will be paid travel grant
equivalent to AC III tier rail fare (excluding Rajdhani, Duranto, Shatabdi Express, AC bus and
Tatkal Charges) by the shortest route to and from the venue of the programme. The journey by road to
the nearest railway station/bus stand will be paid to the non-official participants as per Institute’s Rule.
Local participants will be paid local conveyance as per Institute’s Rule. The Institute will provide free
board and lodging facilities to all outstation participants at its hostel located in its premises for the entire
duration of the programme. The Institute will not pay TA to Government Officials, they will,
however, draw their TA/DA from their respective Departments.
Registration Fee: While the Institute will continue to subsidies its programmes, it has been decided to
charge a nominal registration fee of Rs.500/- (Rupees five hundred only) per participant for the
duration of the programme at the time of Registration on the first day of the programme. No
Registration Fee is payable by Government Officials.
General
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The nomination for participation should be sent in the prescribed proforma along with
photograph by 27 July, 2015.
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The nominations will be considered on first-come-first-serve basis as well as on fulfilling
eligibility criteria for participation in the programme.
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The participants are required to attend the programme for its entire duration. The participants
coming late or leaving the programme before its completion will not be entitled for TA and
programme certificate.
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The Institute will have no responsibility whatsoever towards board and lodging in respect of family
members, relatives or friends of the participants.
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Hostel accommodation will be available to the participants for the duration of the programme and
one day before and one day after the programme.
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The Institute will not take responsibility of making travel reservation of the participants.
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Participants should proceed to attend the programme only after receiving confirmation from
the Institute.
All Corresponding related to the programme may be addressed to:Dr. K C George
Joint Director (WD)
NIPCCD
5 Siri Institutional Area, Hauz Khas, New Delhi – 110 016
Tele-Fax: 91–11- 26566995
PABX: 011-26963002/26969010/26602313 Extn.419 & 461
Email: [email protected]
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Ph. 01126566995 Email: [email protected] Website: www.nipccd.nic.in
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I forward the application of Shri/Smt./Ms.__________________________________to participate in the
Training on Developing Counselling Skills and Support Services for Women in Distress from 31 August04 September, 2015 at NIPCCD, New Delhi. His/her nomination may kindly be accepted as he/she is a
bonafide employee of my organization.
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