How can we address gender-based discrimination (GBD) using Non-Formal Learning and Art? 🎨 How can we support ourselves and fellow youth and youth workers on the topic?

🌈 Last Tuesday, participants of the FATE Study Visit in Poland reunited, this time in Athens, to explore these questions together!

✨ FATE – short for From Art to Empowerment – is a Small-Scale Partnership that aims to empower both youth and youth workers by developing a non-formal education methodology that focuses on supporting mental wellbeing and inclusion of gender minorities.

💜 On our first day in Athens, we took the time to set the foundation with a safe and welcoming environment where we can share experiences ideas, and support each other. We dived into our own experiences with discrimination regarding gender, and shared real-life stories from our work.

🤔 How can we tackle them together? Follow our daily diaries to find out!

🇪🇺 The project is co-financed by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ program, allowing us to join forces with our partner organisations to create an inclusive and creative environment: Active Rainbow 🇱🇻 | Fundacja Po Prostu Da Się 🇵🇱 | Roes Cooperativa 🇬🇷

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