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Identity (with) your wellbeing Final Public Report

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REPORT from training course „Identify (with) your wellbeing” that took part in Killarney, Ireland (October 9th-15th, 2016)

Aims of the tool

The report describes the context of the training course "Identify (with) your wellbeing" and contains reflections and impressions of participants included in the training course. This report can also be used as an inspiration for developing programmes with similar topics.

Description of the tool

This reports includes detailed description of the background and the need for developing a training course that aimed to explore connection between sexual orientation and gender identity and wellbeing. Thanks to this training course participants could explore these concepts by going to an intense "personal journey" about their beliefs, limits, potential and identity, and has supported them to become more open, self-aware and empathetic.
What is more, this report includes participants testimonials and well known tool for explaining difference between sexual orientation and gender identity - GenderBread Person.

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Tool overview

Identity (with) your wellbeing Final Public Report

http://toolbox.salto-youth.net/2030

This tool addresses

Gender issues

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Sandra Gojić (on 1 August 2017)

and last modified

20 March 2017

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