SHAPING THROUGH ART
K01 Learning Mobility of Individuals | Mobility of Youth Workers
12th-16th June 2023 – Portugal
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Achieving an equal European society, including gender issues is a priority and a basic condition for a prosperous society.
Too many people continue to violate the principle of gender equality with sexist hate speech and blocking measures against gender-based violence and gender stereotypes. Gender-based harassment continues to register alarming levels. “Mentalities are evolving when it comes to equality, but even the younger generations are not immune to stereotypes and gender disparities. Today, inequalities between women and men persist, especially in the labor market.” (European Youth Portal, 2021).
1,2,3 ACTION FOR A CHANGE
K01 Mobility of Young People | Youth Exchange
21st-28th August 2023 – Portugal
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According to the Gender Equality Strategy, 20-25 “gender equality is a fundamental value of the EU, a fundamental right and a key principle of the European Pillar of Social Rights.”
Achieving a European equal society with regard to gender issues is a priority and a condition for a prosperous society. Although the EU is “in the global vanguard when it comes to gender equality … no member state has achieved full gender equality and progress is slow.
This helps to understand that gender inequality remains a serious social problem with profound impacts on our society and especially on the lives of girls and women therefore the work of raising awareness of the importance of the theme and of general mobilization of the importance of the theme and general mobilization to solve it.
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ECOFEMINISM – WORK TOWARDS AN EQUAL AND GREEN YOUTH
KA2 Small-scale partnerships in youth
Oct 2023 – Oct 2024
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Ecofeminism: work towards an equal and green youth aims to promote the social inclusion of girls and women through alliance with sustainable practices (ecofeminism).
Gender inequality tends, for the most part, to put up barriers to the participation and inclusion of women/girls. We live in a society that tends to be traditionalist and rooted in the principles of male superiority of choice, decision, and action. This is no different in the ecological sphere – “As several UN world conferences and reports by numerous NGOs point out, women are the first victims of environmental deterioration but also play a key role in the defence of nature.” (Puleo, 2017).
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