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This quick summary provides the diversity and inclusion framework used by Peace Corps/Dominican Republic.
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These notes illustrate how sex, gender, identity, and sexual orientation are viewed in the Dominican context.
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A conceptual map illustrating how intercultural competence, diversity, and inclusion functions as a framework at Peace Corps/Dominican Republic.
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This website provides a brief history of the island of Hispaniola, now referred to as the Dominican Republic. Peace Corps Trainees and Peace Corps Volunteers may find this site useful…
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According to legend, the Virgin Mary has appeared on two separate occasions in the Dominican Republic. Historian and Anthropologist Dr. Lynne Guitar explores the legend of her appearance near La…
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The Gender Considerations Checklist for Clubs is a tool designed to support staff and Volunteers in implementing strong programming that also integrates gender considerations through “doable” actions.
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One of the most critical considerations for engaging communities around sensitive topics such as gender-based violence or harmful norms is creating a safe space for these discussions. This brief focuses…
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Volunteers have a wide range of opportunities to engage with host families, counterparts, colleagues, and other community members around the role and impact of gender norms and expectations in their…
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Volunteers may witness or come across instances of actions typically known as gender-based violence (GBV), in schools, host-families, workplaces, and broader communities.
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