Workshop: Citizenship Competencies for Sustainable Development in times of crisis – Gender in detail
Curated by Eastern European Network for Citizenship Education (EENCE)
The purpose of the session is to familiarize participants with the questions of gender and feminist aspects and promote their understanding in society; to show an example of creating an online platform for discussions on gender issues and to teach how to create a resource in a popular science format. Participants are working to create a media resource on gender, immersing themselves in the multiple dimensions of gender discrimination. Questions addressed in this workshop: What can be a popular media resource about gender? What information to fill it with, and in what style to submit it so that it is interesting to everyone and leads to real changes in society?
The project intends to build three main pillars for development of the Citizenship Competencies for Sustainable Development during crisis time in Eastern Partnership countries and Russia, as follows: 1) research and case studies collection; 2) training program and case studies guideline on SDGs as instrument of civic initiatives; 3) one online course on Citizenship Competencies for Sustainable Development during crisis time in Eastern Partnership countries and Russia.
Helga Melnik, EENCE Coordination Council, Belarus
Rymma Mylenkova, NGO Lifelong Learning Center, Sumy State University, “academArt” gallery, Ukraine