Signs of mobbing/bullying and its consequences in teams. Gender-sensitive, tolerant communication without conflicts

Gender & Inclusion — Webinar

Ukraine — May 28, 2024 @ 3:00pm - 4:30pm GMT+02:00


Host Organization and Partners — The State Emergency Service of Ukraine, USAID


During the webinar with the participation of USAID’s expert on gender issues of the Energy Security Project, Candidate of Social Sciences Yulia GALUSTYAN, questions regarding the signs of violent behavior, mobbing and bullying will be discussed, the characteristic signs and types of these phenomena and the concepts of gender-sensitive and non-conflict communication and how to achieve gender-sensitive communication will be discussed.

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