Educating on gender equality, psychological wellbeing, sexuality and affectivity from an early age.

We firmly believe that education for gender equality, understood as the condition in which all people receive equal treatment and equal access to resources and opportunities regardless of their gender, must start at a young age and never stop. Stereotyped norms and behaviours that are the cause of any kind of gender-based violence are influenced by rigid social structures imposed by society and determine the emotional and sexual sphere, both in young and adult people.

Why gender-based violence?

Gender-based violence is a violation of human rights that has severe consequences on the development of persons, families, and society as a whole. Gender-based violence prevention should start from the adolescent age by educating and raising awareness of teenagers on gender-related matters and building healthy relationships.

Therefore, more spaces for Comprehensive Sex Education & young people’s psychological well-being should be created, especially after the Covid-19 pandemic, which has disproportionately hit them after disruptions in schooling.

What we offer

Free educational resources & Digital Guides

for young people, teachers and school staff, professionals, families and caregivers, to improve their knowledge on Comprehensive Sex Education (CSE) and their understanding of different types of school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) and teen dating violence; and to improve their capacity to provide gender-specific appropriate support in case of incidents of GBV.

Network opportunities

for professionals, experts, activists willing to cooperate, at local and European level, for young people wellbeing;

Awareness campaigns

for raising our voices for creating real changes in out territories and combating inequalities and discrimination.

School counselling

for strengthening existing psychological support mechanisms at school and offer children a safe space where they can share their problems and worries with trained professionals (psychologists, social workers, pedagogists etc).

Why is this platform for you?

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Young People

School staff
& Experts

(Support service professionals, psychologists, social workers, NGOs etc.)

Families & Caregivers

Policy Makers