By mainstreaming a culture-based educational methodology, including art-based online games/applications and the involvement of children museums and schools, Ed.G.E. aims at educating and raising awareness to children and young people on gender equality and GBV.
Ed.G.E. aims at:
Raising awareness to children and young people on gender norms, gender equality and GBV through creative art and cultural activities.
Strengthening the competences of teachers, museums and other professionals on implementing creative cultural education approaches that promote gender equality.
Enhancing the awareness of parents on the role they can play in educating their children on gender equality.
Providing educators with information and necessary tools for working with children on GBV prevention.
Advancing the role of schools and museums in promoting gender equality among children and youth and preventing GBV.
How will Ed.G.E. succeed?
By identifying the gaps
of school age children and young people in terms of understanding gender norms, gender equality, gender-based discrimination and violence.
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