Date: 29 - 30 Apr 2013
Length: 2 days
Location: Islamabad, Pakistan
The pre-election period in Pakistan is likely to see a substantial increase in violence across the country particularly in Baluchistan, KP and Sindh.
The security environment is deteriorating. Recently there have been attacks on security forces in Quetta, KP, and attacks at political gatherings across Pakistan.
In preparation for the upcoming elections, RedR has been working with a number of agencies to put together a checklist of general advice for NGOs to consider when making contingency plans.
This course can help individuals and organisations to be prepared and minimize the risks they face in emergency situations. Election Preparedness Safety & Security will give participants an understanding of the measures they can take to reduce their vulnerability to a range of potential threats during the 2013 election period in Pakistan.
This course will develop a broad understanding of the safety and security practices needed at an individual and organizational level and will ensure teams are equipped with adequate contingency planning and the skills to promote staff safety and organisational operations.
What does the course cover?
Simply put, there is not a ‘one size fits all’ solution. However, there are some basic principles which should be taken into consideration when drafting a contingency plan including:
Who should attend the course?
This course is designed for all humanitarian and development professionals who are based in Pakistan and wish to develop their safety and security awareness, and skills to promote individual and staff safety, particularly during the 2013 elections. Specifically, the following should attend:
Prices given represent the total cost per person, including government taxes.
|NGOs/Government Ministries:||12,766 PKR|
|UN Agencies, Foreign Missions, INGOs, Foreign Affiliated Government Ministries:||17,021 PKR|