Shanarani, a name derived from the Mexican indigenous Purèpecha people that can be used for either gender, signifies the attempt to overcome gender stereotyping and discrimination with a focus on working with modern media (like film and music) and reflection, individually and in groups. The Training aims to help participants to multiply the approach and apply it in their daily life. Young peopl to use it with peers - learn about the nature of stereotyps, how to identify actively and consciously engage with gender stereotpyes, we can hope to work on overcoming these, allowing for a more independant and self-determined life and an overall reduction in gender discrimination in society.
Gender representations and equality measures will be compared for different countries of participants.
- Train their awareness and critical thinking towards stereotypical portrayals in film and music
- Show and discuss the connection between such expectations, life decisions and consequences in their lifes
- Empower participants to take decisions based on personal needs and preferences
- Enable them to conduct a discussion on the influence of gender stereotypes and argue for their personal needs
Youth Pass certificate
Vélez-Málaga is a municipality and the capital of the Axarquía comarca in the province of Málaga, in the Spanish autonomous community of Andalusia. It is the most important city in the comarca. Locally it is referred to as Vélez. Vélez-Málaga is the headquarters of the Commonwealth of Municipalities of Costa del Sol-Axarquía. The municipality forms part of the Costa del Sol region.
Conjunto El Carmen, Edificio San Juan bajo K1
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Conjunto El Carmen Edificio San Juan Bajo K1, 29700 Vélez-Málaga