Developing online gender-based violence services (Part 2)

28mar2:00 pm3:30 pmDeveloping online gender-based violence services (Part 2)with Francesca Jarvis

Event Details

Note: This workshop is part 2 of a two-part series.

This workshop is designed to support gender-based violence organisations to apply learnings and elements from Bloom to their own work.

 In this workshop, we’ll:

  • Discuss trauma-informed design principles
  • Explore which elements of Bloom you could apply and adapt in your own work
  • Do practical exercises together to think about how the Bloom model can be used or adapted for your own work

There will also be ample opportunity for connection and discussion with other peers working in the gender-based violence field and beyond.

Who is this workshop for?

This online workshop is open to nonprofits and organisations that are running trauma-responsive, healing and well-being, or mental health services. This workshop is particularly relevant for gender-based violence (GBV) organisations who want to learn from the Bloom model to inform their own work. If you work in a GBV organisation that is thinking about how to adapt your existing services or programmes to fit a more online model, or are thinking about how to adapt Bloom’s content to be delivered as part of in-person services, this workshop is for you!

We strongly suggest participants join from a computer and not a mobile device as we will be doing practical exercises in Miro. We will do a brief Miro tutorial for people who have never used it before, or you can watch one in advance here!

About Chayn

Chayn is a global non-profit that creates digital, multilingual resources to support the healing of survivors of gender-based violence. Our focus is on empowering women and other marginalised genders who have experienced domestic, sexual or tech-based abuse. Every decision we make – and every resource we create – has lived experience at its core.

So far, we’ve helped over 560,000 survivors around the world. And — with a mission to make technology a tool for health, not harm — we reach more every day. Our resources present vital information and advice in simple, easy-to-understand language.

Where we go next is led by what survivors need. Our name (pronounced ‘ch-en’) means peace of mind in Urdu. We believe every survivor deserves solace—and we won’t stop until that’s accomplished.


(Thursday) 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm(GMT+00:00)