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#JeSuisWoman Toolbox

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This manual is an outcome of the project “#JeSuisWoman’’, a Training Course organized by iDEMO Institute for democracy, which was supported by the European Commission through the KA 1 “Learning mobility of individuals” within the Erasmus+ programme.

Aims of the tool

This manual is a practical toolkit for volunteers, youth workers and other non-formal learning practitioners who aim to work on the topics of gender based violence, gender equality, gender based discrimination, refugees, intercultural learning and inclusion; or a combination of any of the mentioned topics. It enables the readers to explore and understand different aspects of the topic and to gain knowledge needed for designing and implementing non formal learning activities.

Description of the tool

It contains a set of tools, activities and methods as well as theoretical inputs and references for the future work in the field. This manual includes activities which were implemented during the training course and most of them are flexible to adapt to particular needs of specific target group. The manual has been structured by following typical program flow in any non-formal learning activity.
In the beginning there are icebreakers and other get-to-know-each-other methods followed
by team building activities. It continues with methods within the field of human rights protection, intercultural learning and gender equality followed by methods used for assessment and evaluation.
It concludes with flipcharts needed to provide theoretical input and handouts.
The manual also contains results of the social campain "Women of Europe" implemented during the TC.
We hope that the readers will enjoy this manual and find it useful in implementing different kinds
of non-formal learning activities. Also, we would like to encourage readers to use this manual when implementing workshops designed to address human rights protection, intercultural learning and gender equality, thereby promoting fundamental European values and contributing to prevention of radicalization among youth.
Disclaimer: Some of the methods in this manual are taken from Council of Europe’s existing manuals (COMPASS) or “YouthPass unfolded” manual and we do not claim any copyrights.

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Tool overview

#JeSuisWoman Toolbox

This tool addresses

Intercultural Learning, Gender issues

It is recommended for use in:

Training and Networking

Behind the tool

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The tool was created in the context of

This tool was created as an outcome of the project “#JeSuisWoman’’, a Training Course organized by iDEMO Institute for democracy.

The tool has been experimented in

All of the methods listed in this manual were experimented during the training course #JeSuisWoman.

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Nikolina Jureković (on 8 June 2017)

and last modified

12 February 2017

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