Children will familiarize themselves to human rights.
They will learn how to apply their right for free expression without gender based discriminations.
GenderHood is an educational program on gender equality, power roles, human rights and prevention of gender-based violence.
The project is based on experiential learning through arts and game.
It addresses to students, parents, teachers, and all adults who are wishing for a world of equality and social change.
The participants will be empowered to recognize themselves,
as well as the others. Adults will be taught to resolve conflicts based on the mainstream
relationship roles. Parents will gain tools to educate their children in a safe and inclusive
environment based on values of acceptance of their gender expression.
We organize daily interactive workshops in schools (for all grades), during which students examine the discriminations that arise from the social sex in various ways.Schools are involved actively in a dialogue for the understanding of social injustices. With the instructors’ guidance they design alternative ways to confront this phenomenon.
We provide seminars for teachers of all grades aiming to empower their role of
forming children with self-confidence and equal opportunities in employment and decision making.
Through interactive and experiential exercises, teachers gather information and tools for developing educational approaches based on human rights.
We organize learning by doing workshops to parents and any adults who wish to incorporate practices of acceptance and equality in their behavior. Through performing arts and roles, together we examine the mainstream gender representations in fairytales, media, advertisements, etc. The participants complete the workshops full of ideas for implementation, towards everyday practices and in an atmosphere of equality and mutual respect.
We implement seminars for incorporating good practices regarding gender dimension
in corporations and organizations.
We examine definitions such as “male” and “female”, as well as discriminations within
working environments due to the gender and its expression.