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Sofia Konstantopoulou

Synai/no: A Guide for Parents, Consent as a Means of Preventing Child Abuse

On November 19, Genderhood publishes Synai/no: A Guide for Parents, Consent as a Means of Preventing Child Abuse. On the occasion of the International Day against Child Abuse, Genderhood has created a digital guide as an action to protect children through the lens of consent. Synai/no is a guide for parents that presents consent as …

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Webinar for women representation in tech

To actively contribute to the #breakthebias project, startup Oseven invited us to an action for their staff. We as Genderhood stayed true to our methodological tools and through gamification and brainstorming in groups, we created the webinar titled She* in Tech. The main objective was to explore the impact that any stereotypical perceptions that staff …

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PRESS| Sexual and cyber violence| Preventing, responding, supporting young survivors

The project “Press: Preventing, RESponding, Supporting – young survivors of GBV: sexual harassment, sexual and cyber violence” (Prevention – Response, Support – young survivors of gender-based violence: sexual harassment, sexual violence and cyber violence).Funded by the EU in the context of CERV Project Grants (Project number 101049295), the project is implemented by the Diotima Centre …

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Genderhood Kinderdocs workshop

Synai/no at KinderDocs

KinderDocs presents Girls Change the World, a festival dedicated to girls, on March 20th at the Benaki Museum (Piraeus 138). A celebration for the whole family with films, discussions, activities and workshops for children, teenagers, parents and teachers. Genderhood will be there with an experiential workshop for children of ages 9-12. παρουσιάζει το φεστιβάλ Τα …

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Fotini Tikkou: imprinting art and feminism

Interview by Sofia Konstantopoulou Fotini Tikkou: We talked to the illustrator who captures ideas of art and feminism in a way that made us want to start sketching ourselves. The body can be much more than a field of objectification. #Genderviews,  Genderhood’s column with views on free gender expression, reveals Fotini Tikkou’s take on painting …

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frik.adela: The painter who does not care to “get annoying” talking about patriarchy

Interview by Sofia Konstantopoulou fri.kadela: We spoke with the creator who througt that her paintings capture thoughts about feminism. Her choices made Frik.adela, as a painter, not care at all if she became annoying talking about gender. Well, we didn’t get annoyed at all! #Genderviews, the Genderhood column with views on the free expression of …

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Stavrina Karanassiou, how do illustrations pave the way for feminist thought?

Interview by Sofia Konstantopoulou There is no better way to launch a project than with a passionate and honest perspective and with a person who uses street art with a feminist point of view. #Genderviews, the new Genderhood column with opinions on the free expression of genders, begins by interviewing Stavrina Karanassiou, better known as …

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Αvoid the Bat

On Tuesday 26/10 (17:30-19:3o) Genderhood joins forces with STEM Education and Edify Kids in an event to bridge the digital divide. Avoid the Bat is designed to provide advanced programming knowledge to individuals who already have experience programming using Scratch 3.0. Attending the program will give participants the opportunity to engage with complex algorithmic techniques, …

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