The project “School of NO Bias” is implemented within the Active Citizens Fund program, implemented by Women On Top and partners Sociality and Openous.
The “School of NO Bias” is a training and networking program for teachers, from primary and secondary education, who want to learn new ways to bring gender equality closer to their classrooms and the educational process.
The project wants to meet three key challenges for girls and young women in Greece:
- The differences in the treatment of boys / girls by teachers and the perpetuation of gender inequalities that cause.
- The “gap of self-confidence” in girls 10-14 years old, prevents them, as young women, from claiming positions of responsibility.
- Occupational segregation, involves low participation of girls and young women in educational and professional fields related to science and technology and in positions of responsibility.
If you are involved in education and want to gain more knowledge and experience in building a more equal and inclusive school, you can:
📚 Participate in the training activities of the project “School without stereotypes – All possible, all equal” that will take place online in May, to teachers of all levels and PCT counselors. https://schoolofnobias.gr/oi-draseis/
📝 Join the teacher’s platform to join a large networking and training community. https://schoolofnobias.gr/join/
🌐 Browse the website to find out more about the project’s goals and actions. https://schoolofnobias.gr/
For a School without stereotypes!
The € 12m Active citizens fund program is funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway and is part of the European Economic Area (EEA) funding mechanism for the period 2014 – 2021, known as EEA Grants. The program aims to strengthen and enhance the sustainability of civil society and to highlight its role in promoting democratic processes, enhancing citizen participation in the community and defending human rights. The management of the Active citizens fund fund for Greece has been jointly undertaken by the Bodosakis Foundation and SolidarityNow. Read more here: www.activecitizensfund.gr