Setting Up Safe Spaces for Families & Children

This training focuses on early childhood development in emergencies and gives workers who are responding conflicts and disasters an introduction to safe, good practice principles when setting up psychosocial support spaces and services for affected children, their caregivers and families. 


Who is the training for?

Organisations, workers, volunteers and anyone else working with conflict affected children and families, who wish to gain and exchange knowledge about safe psychosocial support practices in early childhood.


Where does the training take place?

Trainings take place online over the course of two days, for three hours each day.  Live interpretation is available upon request, if required by participants and can be requested at the registration stage. Upcoming dates and registration details are listed below.



As a person of lived experience it was a great opportunity for me to learn more about what I went through myself and how I can help those in the same situation, as well as taking care of myself in the volunteer role.




Training participant