Past training programmes | Quale l'humain capital

Managing manifestations of religious belief and applying the principle of laïcité (secularism)

Client : Ministry of Defense, France

Training of Ministry of Defense executives on religion and laïcité (secularism) (France)

Quale provides training to civilian and military cadres of the Ministry of Defense in the application of the principle of laïcité (secularism) and the management of manifestations of religious belief, during four to six annual sessions organized by the Ministry's Management Training Center. During the training, the Quale trainer is often accompanied by a representative of one of the religions followed by members of the armed forces. These trainings provide an opportunity to clarify the principle of laïcité (secularism), and in particular the idea of religious neutrality, but also to examine related cases encountered by the training participants in the course of their duties.

Designing and directing e-learning modules

Client : United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA)

Training UNRWA officers on gender-based violence (Jordan)

conceptualized and developed a set of eight online modules in English and Arabic to address the specific challenges faced in this area by UNRWA, the United Nations agency charged with supporting the relief and human development of Palestinian refugees. The aim was to reduce the risk and impacts of gender-based violence, and to facilitate their prevention and management. The experts mobilized by Quale worked closely with UNRWA officials to produce training modules covering all relevant issues.

Prevention of violent extremism

Client : Centre National de la Fonction Publique Territoriale (CNFPT)

Raising awareness among French government employees on radicalization

Quale organized around 50 sessions to raise awareness among French government employees on the topic of radicalization. The speakers included experts on radicalization and violent extremism, psychologists, members of the security and justice services, members of civil society and others. They brought to bear their expertise, experiences and vision to provide the participants with a better understanding of the phenomenon of violent extremism (and in particular “jihadist” extremism), and to encourage ideas for preventive responses.