The EquAlley project is a school education project funded by the Erasmus+ program of the European Commission with partners from Spain, Portugal, Italy, Netherlands and Poland. It sets out to challenge gender stereotypes, social injustice and gender-based violent behaviour, particularly in public spaces, in youngsters. This will be done by promoting and encouraging youngsters to re-think gender roles, norms and stereotypes through a blended-learning course offered in institutions working with youth (schools, youth centers, sports clubs...).
The EquAlley project will develop 3 results:
- a booklet on the topics based on qualitative data collection in all countries
- a course for educators directed at youngsters aged 12-16 to learn and reflect on the EquAlley topics
- a final guide (i.e. course manual) for educators to support the course facilitation