The Children First consortium developed awareness raising and educational youth-led campaign in order to promote messages of gender equality and inclusion and tackle commonly held gender stereotypes that shape gender dynamics among children and young people.
The CHILDREN FIRST Online Game is addressed to children and young people, and aims at supporting them in challenging rigid social norms and gender stereotypes, while promoting gender socialization and healthy relationships.
The Curriculum aims at enhancing the cultural advisors’ capacity to provide guidance to professionals working in support services handling sexual violence and GBV against migrant women/girls.
The Capacity Building Programme has the aim to increase professionals’ awareness of the ways in which cultural background influences GBV, as well as different aspects of procedures such as disclosure/reporting of abuse/violence.
This methodological guide has been developed by the REC project. It establishes a program for youth workers who are interested in learning and applying an innovative methodology, with the aims to prevent violence and/or to deal with many other topics relevant for youth.
As a part of the Children First project, CESIE developed two National Reports: One providing an overview of young people's views on gender-based violence in teen relationships, and presenting data on existing policies relating to this issue; One aimed at mapping...
The interventions toolkit is an overview of methods, interventions and projects that schools can use to act to implement the recommendations from the assessment in a practical way.
The PowerPoint presentation was elaborated to support the staff review. During this day, the staff must talk about anti-bullying.
This document gives the guidelines to manage School Review Workshops, interactive days where school staff and students investigate the level of safety and inclusion at school, checking the school environment, the formal policies.
The European Anti-Bullying Network (EAN) has developed two surveys on anti-bullying and the prosocial behaviour: one for the students and one for the school staff.
SENSE focuses on teaching diversity skills to VET students in the social domain, and more specifically how to deal with one of the more controversial forms of diversity: sexual diversity. Therefore, its main focus is social inclusion of both fellow students and future...
The manual for the Certification Procedure gives a detailed overview of the basic steps to be taken and how to plan the procedure. It contains a checklist that the school management can use to summarize the data and recommendations collected and to self-assess and score the school
A guide for facilitators on how to foster sexual diversity sensitivity among students in vocational institutions.
The Open Educational Resource on Art Therapy was realised as a result of the journey and the experience collected throughout ARTCOM project which involved six countries from Africa and Europe.
The SSaMs Dissemination Report aims at summarizing the SSaMs project results in a way that will facilitate its dissemination for interested parts.