Europe,Equality and Diversity

Main objective of this project is breaking down sexist stereotypes and different games about equality and Cultural Heritage.

Europe is committed to the promotion and protection of gender equality and diversity for all citizens. However, it is important that individuals know their rights. Teachers have to promote respect for diversity, help to eliminate discrimination and achieve equality between women and men.
To prevent violence against women and promote diversity in Europe current legislation on equality shows that, theoretically at least that , that at least theoretically, governments aim to promote respect for diversity, to eliminate discrimination and achieve equality between women and men.

School-coeducation programmes should serve as a reference in secondary schools. They are useful work well for these topics to be deeply ingrained in children and youth. Teachers are often witness the initiatives relationships between young people. Therefore, we should help them fight against inequalities towards women, in order to help girls and young women to avoid the risk of being victims of men's violence. We should have a positive intervention. You should not be discriminated against because of:
Being a particular gender.Someone thinks you are the opposite sex. This is known as discrimination by perception.
You are connected to someone of a particular gender. This is known as discrimination by association.
The Equality Act sex can mean either male or female, or a group of people like men or boys, or women or girls.

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We're looking for:
2 more partners
from Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries
Deadline for this partner request:

Contact person: Margarita Sanchez


General contact

Phone: +90(212) 277 60 49

Project overview

Europe,Equality and Diversity is a project by
Ozdemir Sabanci Emirgan Anatolian High School
taking place
from 2018-09-30 till 2020-10-06
This project relates to:
Strategic Partnerships
and is focusing on:
  • Human rights
  • Integration
  • Intercultural dialogue
  • Media and communication
  • Minorities

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