“WARM ”, promoting gender equality in Europe
The project consisted of creating an interactive tool on inter-gender communication and intercultural dialogue aimed at raising awareness on gender stereotypes and inequalities in Europe and at reflecting on women’s and men’s identities and embedded preconceptions. It was a two-year Grundtvig project, which involved non-governmental organisations from Cyprus (A.I.P.F.E), Finland (VISILI), France (La Ligue de l’Enseignement) and Greece (HAI).
The WARM platform is meant to be a dynamic and open tool on which teachers, facilitators, learners or animators can find learning/teaching material on various gender issues such as key figures and dates; interviews given by women in each country and methodological guidelines for pedagogic activities. Although the tool was created with the purpose of empowering women by equipping them with means to promote gender equality at local, national and international levels it also aims to help learners, men and women, to reflect on gender through creative activities, debates and discussions and to become active citizens. The material is accessible to everyone willing to
tackle this challenging issue and is easily adaptable to various service users.
Organisation : FEEC
Back to Good practices