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Launch of “Synai/no for teachers: a guide to cultivating consent skills in the educational environment”

Launch of “Synai/no for teachers: a guide to cultivating consensus skills in the learning environment” After Synai/no: A Guide for Parents, Genderhood launches a new programme, “Synai/no for Teachers“, to bring consensus to another key environment of children’s daily life, the primary school! By offering primary school teachers a comprehensive guide that combines theory, practical

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Open Call for SCoRe Collective Exchange Laboratory

FemLink and Generhood are excited to announce the open call for the collective exchange laboratory in the framework of the project “Self-Care and Collective Care for Resilient Communities (SCoRe)”. SCoRe is a horizontal and participatory project rooted in the idea that care is a political act and requires a cross-sectoral, feminist approach to make it available

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Λογότυπος έργους SCoRE και εταίρων του έργου

SCoRe | Self-Care and Collective Care for Resilient Communities

At the core of our SCoRe project lies the belief that care is a political act requiring an intersectional and feminist approach to transform our communities. Genderhood and FemLink’s new project This collaboration between Genderhood (Athens, Greece), a gender equality educational initiative, and FemLink (Vienna, Austria), a queer-feminist-migrant-art collective, is a proactive step toward understanding

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Flip it: a fairy tale

Flip it: a fairy tale | Non-formal education program on gender stereotypes in fairy tales Flip it: a fairy tale is one of Genderhood’s experiential educational programs for 2nd and 3rd-grade students on gender stereotypes and discriminations in children’s fairy tales. Through experiential play, it promotes gender equality and encourages children to recognize the gender

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Photo from the Synai/no for high school workshop on consent.

Synai/no for high-school

Synai/no | Non-formal education program on consent for high school students Synai/no for high school  is one of Genderhood’s non-formal education programs on consent, self-determination, and body autonomy, which are part of inclusive sexuality education. This workshop seeks to prevent incidents of gender-based violence and abuse in the underage population and promotes gender equality.  In

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