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Global Project

Raise Your Voice - At Schools

The project aims to impact SDG #5 by fostering educational spaces that generate awareness about gender related issues and build initiatives to work on solutions to stop gender inequality in communities around the globe.
6 weeks
SDG contribution
Every project we run focuses on a target to help meet the Global Goals.
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Gender Equality - Target 5.1
By 2030, End all forms of discrimination against all women and girls everywhere
About the job and the activities you will be doing.
Global Volunteers will be responsible for creating and delivering workshops and activities aiming to engage people towards gender equality. They will also deliver activities to raise awareness on gender discrimination and how to fight it. by creating more diverse and equal spaces for all genders vie reaching and educating people.

Project Activities

  • Week 1
    Onboarding space with school representative to understand the context and urgent needs of the school regarding gender equality
    Analyse historical gender equality movements and current legislation regarding women and gender non-conforming people in the country
    Create and prepare material for the sessions,dynamics and workshops of the following weeks.
    Determine measure of outcome system and material to be use
  • Week 2
    Conduct initial assessment with beneficiaries to measure the level of understanding about gender discrimination and their legal rights.
    Introductory session about the project objectives, presentation of volunteers and introduction to SDG 5.
    Lesson: What does equality means? (explore the concept beyond gender)
    Lesson: Exploring the concept of gender.
    Activity: From Where I Stand. (World Largest Lesson)
  • Week 3
    History lesson: women vote and civic participation.
    Lesson: gender inequality, women and non-conforming people rights.
    Round-table: Discussion about gender roles, stereotypes and how they influence young people identity and future decisions
    Practice: Perform role-plays that explore inclusion and identity at educational spaces.
    Practice: Analyze women, girls and gender nonconforming people representation on media (present problematic and good example of representation in popular media)
  • Week 4
    History lesson: outstanding women and gender nonconforming people through time. Their contributions to gender equality.
    Workshop: The situation of women leadership on the community (deliver by a female community leader)
    Round-table: Discussion about violence against women and gender nonconforming people around the globe. What can we do about it?
    Practice: Identify local initiatives that work towards the eradication of gender inequality. Present the findings and experiences of this initiatives to the classroom.
  • Week 5
    Plan a school Gender Equality Festival with the students.
    Prepare presentation to showcase the main learning to parents, school authorities and other students.
    Send invitation to parents and school authorities,
    Decorate the classroom with temathic material.
  • Week 6
    Celebrate a Gender Equality Festival at schools.
    Collect data from project beneficiaries (you can use surveys, interviews, focus groups, etc.)
    Analyse data to determinate outcome results.
    Build final project report and presented to AIESEC members and NGO/non-profit representatives.
  • Week 7
  • Week 8

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