Lets say STOP:Gender discrimination in education

3. března 2016 v 10:31 | Vendula Rulcová

About the Project

This Project, Let's Say Stop! to Gender Discrimination in Education, started in September 2015 and it will last until September 2017 as an Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership for Schools

We have satarted the project as six partners; Turkey (Çorum), Turkey (Sivas), Czech Republic, Spain, Italy and Romania

Equity in education plays a key role in shaping educational systems and developing societies. Girls' education is also essential for the achievement of quality learning relevant to the 21st century, including girls' transition to secondary schools and beyond and their performances. Gender-based discrimination in education is both a cause and a consequence of deep-rooted disparities in society such as poverty, geographical isolation, ethnic background, disability, traditional attitudes. Worldwide, discriminatory educational laws, policies, contents and practices still prevent millions of girls form enrolling, completing and benefiting from education. Girls' education is both quite an important right and a critical level to reach other development objectives.

Unfortunately girls continue to suffer from disadvantages and exclusion in educational systems throughout their lives. This prevents girls and women from exercising their own rights. They are also exposed to harmful practices such as early marriage and pregnancy, gender-based violence. Gender must be integrated at all levels of education, from early childhood to higher education, in formal and non-formal settings and from planning infrastructure to training teachers.

In this Project, "Let's Say Stop to Gender Discrimination in Education", our aim is to promote equal opportunities to quality learning, free from gender-based or other forms of discrimination. We intent to raise awareness on gender discrimination and support communities in their attempts of eliminating it.

On the project completion, we expect the following results:

- improvement in the use of foreign languages and ICT skills;

- promotion of equal opportunities for all students;

- change of mentality regarding gender discrimination;

- improvement of understanding and changing in a positive way the world around us;

- a better cooperation among students, teachers and local communities for achieving a common goal;

- endowment of students with the skills necessary to cope with a continuously changing world;

- improvement of schools' image in the local community, region, country.


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