Training course: Inside Out: Growing Gender Awareness

Location: Felsoors, Hungary

Dates: 9-15 September 2019

Number of participants: 28 participants

Participating countries: Albania, Finland, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey

Organizer: Anthropolis Association

Apply here: Application form

Application deadline: 28 July 2019

Date of selection: 30 July 2019

Inquiries about this training course: Bruno Pizzini at iogga.project@gmail.com

Costs:

Participation fee

In order to provide special trasportation to the accomodation and Budapest, Quality Mangement on the project and involving quality trainers and lectures to the participants is requested a small contribution of 30€ per person that will be substract from the travel reimbursement.

Accommodation and food

The accommodation, food and materials is financed by Erasmus+ programme.

Travel reimbursement

Please be aware that the reimbursement will be transferred to the sending organization after all the original documents will be received and the dissemination part will be completed. Reimbursement of international travel:

  • Albania – 275€
  • Finland  – 360€
  • Italy – 275€
  • Portugal – 360€
  • Romania – 275€
  • Slovenia – 275€
  • Spain – 360€
  • Turkey – 275€

Training Course – Inside Out: Growing Gender Awareness

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About the Project

The aim of this project is to increase gender awareness in activities with youth performing by social actors in Europe. IOGGA will involve 28 participants over 18 years old from 9 countries. The Hosting Organization is Anthropolis Association.

The aim of this project is to increase gender awareness in activities with youth performing by social actors in Europe.

IOGGA is a Training Course that involve 28 participants over 18 years old from 9 countries. It will take place in Hungary in Felsőörs managed and hosted by Anthropolis Association. The activities will be on 9th to 15th September 2019, 7 days of workshops including travel days.

The specific objectives of IOGGA:

  • to analyze the phenomenon in Gender equality in local community of the participants comparing to the European level;
  • to lay the foundation for a better intervention on local and international level;
  • to lay the foundation for a better understanding the educational consequences;
  • to increase the capacity of the reflection in the social environment of the participants;
  • to reflect on personals stories and stereotype in our social environments;
  • to increase the sensitiveness in the psychological aspect;
  • to give educational insight into practical tools, reflections on proactive methods, exchange of good practices with Non-formal education methods;
  • to give proper tool how to design specific, gender-equality related Erasmus+ program
  • to increase the international cooperation: networking and advocating, to create the best condition for mutual understanding.

About Anthropolis Association

Anthropolis’ projects concerning global education include a gendered approach, highlighting the need for feminist thought and involvement. Some of Anthropolis’ past and current projects include teacher manuals on modern slavery and trainings for teachers and workshops for children as a preventive measure.

In the frame of an European JUST project Anthropolis created a Gender Equality Charter Mark (GECM) quality standard and accreditation tool in a partnersip of other NGOs and Universities from Hungary, Italy and the UK. One of the trainers (Katalin Borbáth) of IOGGA project is a part of the team which created Gender Equality Charter Mark.

One of the leaders of this project is Dorottya Rédai, who will be a guest expert of the IOGGA training course. The objective is a whole-school change in schools for 13–18 year old, that will impact on young people’s expectations of gender roles and challenge gender stereotyping through the creation of. This tool enables a school to measure progress in tackling the effects that gender stereotyping still has on pupils in relation to both subject (and career) choices and as a root cause of sexual harassment and gender-based violence in schools and wider society. European funding has now been obtained to roll out the charter mark across six additional countries and to adapt it for primary schools.

Other project of Antropholis is TC-s about DST, Digital Story Telling. Anthropolis leads several training course about this theme for teachers, educational actors. They also give trainings on P4C, Philosophy for Children, which is a method, by with is possible to practice the democratically to debate and share different points of views.