Opciónate calls for a great social front against the rise of gender-based cyber-violence, especially among children and youths
The organisation calls for a specific and official register of cases to measure the extent of the problem more accurately."We...
Opciónate highlights the importance of accompaniment in the webinar of the 'Women who take care of themselves' programme. "It is...
The organisation participates in the event organised by the Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences. The director of...
Herminia Fajardo, Asiria Álvarez, Victoria Hernández, Mapi Ojeda and Cristina Fernández spoke from social action and art to...
Opciónate shares its experience in gender-based cyber-violence at the headquarters of the Ministry of Health
The organisation is taking part in a round table in Madrid as part of the conference organised by the Women's Health...
The training meeting on Gender Violence and Adolescence took place in Los Llanos de Aridane. The organisation Opciónate...
The meeting reinforces the coordinated action on the island in the face of gender-based cyber-violence. A total of 37...
The event was organised by the Youth Department of the City Council of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. The organisation Opciónate...
The event took place in Burgos and was attended by leading specialists from Spain, Italy, Chile, Mexico and Colombia. Opciónate,...
The Cabildo de Gran Canaria underlines the importance of the Island Service for the Prevention of and Attention to Gender-based Cyber-violence
The Councillor for Equality and Diversity, Isabel Mena, announced to the citizens of Gran Canaria the launch of SIPACM, a...
The initiative will involve several leading women in personal, social, economic and political transformation. Opciónate is...
The promotion of ethical and participatory cybercitizenship will enter the secondary education classrooms of four schools in Gran Canaria through the project ‘Being, being and participating in the digital age’, an initiative that will be based on training actions and advice for students and teachers.
More than thirty collectives point out the main challenges to promote digital citizen participation of the youth population of Gran Canaria
The Cabildo has funded the participatory diagnosis ‘Digital Ethics, Cybercitizenship and Youth and Gran Canaria’, a study based on the vision of more than thirty entities of the island and whose conclusions highlight the need to develop in the short term a joint strategy between institutions, the educational community and the youth collective to promote responsible and participatory uses in the network and thus boost their ability to influence decision-making in the public sphere.
The Cabildo launches a project to promote digital ethics and participation among the youth of Gran Canaria
The Cabildo de Gran Canaria is funding a diagnosis to identify the resources and challenges for the development of citizen participation in the digital sphere, whose ultimate goal is to promote active cybercitizenship and digital ethics among the island’s youth population, thanks to the contributions of at least sixty professionals and representatives of the associative and educational spheres.
The Cabildo de Gran Canaria is launching two new services to strengthen the island’s Gender Violence Network: the Island Service for Gender Violence and the Island Service for the Prevention of Gender Violence, promoted by the Department of Equality, Diversity and Transparency, under the supervision of Sara Ramírez.
III Training Days for the International Human Rights Day: “Breaking down borders, adding Equality in sport”
The Vice-Ministry for Equality and Diversity of the Government of the Canary Islands, within the framework of the Canarian Strategy for Equal Transition, has promoted the III Training Days for the International Human Rights Day in the Canary Islands: ‘Breaking down borders, adding Equality in sport’. Opciónate was in charge of the technical coordination of the event at the request of the Vice-Ministry.
Friday, 9 December 2022. The Town Hall of La Aldea de San Nicolás will host next Wednesday 14th December a conference on “Care, Co-responsibility and Conciliation”.
Thirty pupils from Guía create a video against bad practices on the Internet as part of a campaign promoted by the Department of Equality.
Thirty students from IES Guía, IES Santa María de Guía and CEO Luján Pérez have starred and participated in the scripting of a video that denounces the practice of ‘body shaming’, which consists of criticising and shaming someone’s body on social networks and focusing on making comments about their appearance.
Teachers from five schools in La Aldea take part in training on care, work-life balance and equality
The telematic training took place on 17 October over two hours and was attended by teachers from IES La Aldea, the Virgen del Campo, Tasarte and La Cardonera nursery and primary schools and the Authorised Adult Education Centre of Radio ECCA.
Valsequillo tackles male chauvinist cyber-violence in the classroom with training sessions for pupils, teachers and families
The Valsequillo Town Council is tackling male chauvinist cyber-violence in the educational environment with a project that began today at CEIP Los Llanetes.
La Aldea creates an online questionnaire for local people to give their views on access to the labour market and work-life balance in the municipality
The Department of Social Welfare, Solidarity and Equality of the Town Council of La Aldea de San Nicolás has launched an online questionnaire for women and men of this Gran Canarian municipality to provide their first-hand view on the current situation to access and maintain employment, as well as to reconcile professional life with personal and family life.
Santa María de Guía de Gran Canaria promotes female leadership, work-life balance and joint responsibility in workshops for women from all over Gran Canaria
The Department of Equality of the Town Council of Santa María de Guía de Gran Canaria, led by Isabel Rodríguez, has organised a dozen training and participatory meetings aimed at carers, mainly women from all over Gran Canaria, divided into three modules.
200 students from the capital city contribute their creativity against gender-based cyber-violence with a short film and informative material
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Tuesday, August 2, 2022 – Nearly 200 students from nine primary schools and one secondary school in the capital have created about twenty materials for dissemination, awareness and denunciation in the framework of the campaign ‘Cyberpassport Citizenship for Equality’ against male violence, promoted and financed by the Department of Equality and Diversity of the Consistory of the capital.
Firgas City Council makes available to families and schools a guide to prevent and act against gender-based cyber-violence.
Firgas City Council has taken a step forward to achieve a safer, more egalitarian and respectful society with the edition of a guide for families to prevent, detect and act against gender-based cyber-violence.
La Aldea de San Nicolás invites women to expose in person their difficulties and ideas to find employment and facilitate conciliation
The City Council of La Aldea de San Nicolás has summoned the women of this municipality of Gran Canaria to participate in training workshops designed to identify and contribute with ideas that could contribute to solve the main problems encountered when it comes to find a job, in addition to reconciling work with family and personal life.
More than 200 students from Guía join participatory citizenship and equality on the Internet with a project promoted by the City Council
The City Council of Guía has joined the promotion of the digital world as a space free of sexist violence, participatory and safe with the campaign ‘Cyberpassport for equality’. The initiative involves around 240 secondary school students and more than twenty members of the teaching staff of three institutes in this municipality in the north of Gran Canaria.
The document brings together concepts, definitions, regulatory framework, crimes, agents, links to protocols and also highlights...
Opciónate has started meetings with 10 schools in the municipality of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in order to know the needs and characteristics of each of them and of the students between 11 and 12 years old who will participate in the project.
The Village “shouts from the rooftops” its recognition of the female population with multiple testimonies on the website ‘Mujer tenías que ser’ (You had to be a woman)
The website and the campaign of which it forms part are part of the municipal project 'La Aldea Infinita', within the III...
Throughout the year, Opciónate participates in the project “Guía Infinita: Conciliation for leadership”, which has been set up by the Department of Equality of the Town Council of Santa María de Guía with the support of the Department of Equality of the Cabildo de Gran Canaria.
8M Half of the women in Gran Canaria have suffered a situation of male chauvinist cyber-violence of a sexual nature, according to a pioneering study in the Canary Islands
The research ‘Ciberviolencias machistas: un análisis de la realidad actual de Gran Canaria’ was based on an online survey of more than 300 women, personal interviews with those affected and a focus group with professionals.
Nearly 500 students from 22 Secondary and Primary schools in Gran Canaria and 16 more from different parts of the Canary Islands and the Peninsula have participated in the ‘Young people and cybercitizenship’ project to raise awareness about the repercussions of personal actions on the Internet and social networks, as well as its importance in turning the digital world into a space for dialogue, respect, freedom, security and equality.
The organization Opciónate collaborates in the incorporation of the gender approach to the 2023 budgets of the City Council of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria with direct work with staff from various municipal areas. The aim is to look beyond the figures with a panoramic vision that includes the differentiated reality of women and men to establish priorities that balance the existing gender gaps.
The organization Opciónate has participated in the seminar ‘Gender equality in research and innovation in the Canary Islands’ with an intervention in which its director, Ana Lydia Fernández-Layos, gave an overview on the importance of gender equality to unlock the potential of research in the archipelago.
The ‘La Aldea Emplea’ project seeks formulas to promote female employment and co-responsibility in care with contributions from society.
The population of La Aldea and of Gran Canaria in general will be able to answer a questionnaire and contribute their...
The final report of the investigation ‘Cyber-sexist violence: an analysis of the current reality in Gran Canaria’, financed by the Cabildo, offers the first diagnosis of the phenomenon on the Island.
The research, carried out by the Opciónate Association, includes more than 330 surveys, interviews with victims and a focus group with members of local, insular and regional institutions.
La Aldea creates an interactive website to publicly acknowledge the work of women and girls of the municipality with photos, stories and drawings
The Department of Social Welfare, Solidarity and Equality of the Town Council of La Aldea de San Nicolás, directed by Yazmina Llarena, has activated the interactive web page for the ‘Mujer tú tú ser’ campaign and encourages the population to use this platform to publicly recognize to women and girls from the municipality for their personal qualities and the social and economic value of their work through employment and care
The coordinator of the association participated with the presentation ‘Research and digital tools to promote equality.The Opciónate Association participated in the International Conference of the Athena Project, an initiative supported by the European Commission to promote equality in science and research with the participation of entities from Slovenia, Portugal, Romania, Italy, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Poland and Spain, including the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and the Canarian Research Agency, Innovation and Information Society of the Government of the Canary Islands. ‘
Opciónate coordinates and develops the training sessions of the initiative developed by Alianza por la Solidaridad and Farapi.
La Aldea takes new steps for equality with more training and the presentation of the campaign ‘Mujer tenías que ser’ (You had to be a woman)
The City Council of La Aldea has commissioned Opciónate to develop the initiative, within the framework of the project ‘La Aldea Infinita’.
New secondary schools, more dissemination and involvement of families enhance the reach of the campaign ‘Cyberpassport for a better world’
More than 500 people have already completed the questionnaire that measures responsibility on the Internet and social networks....
Opciónate joins the Strategic Framework for Equality Gran Canaria Infinita together with 21 other entities
The association Opciónate has joined the Strategic Framework for Equality ‘Gran Canaria Infinita’ promoted by the Cabildo de Gran Canaria to articulate public policies in this area on the island. The coordinator of the organisation, Ana Lidia Fernández-Layos, formalised the commitment to the initiative together with representatives of 21 other organisations at a ceremony held in the Casa de Colón with the participation of the president of the island’s institution, Antonio Morales, and the councillor for Equality, Sara Ramírez.
The Cabildo highlighted in the act of adhesion the importance of working together with groups to promote equality on the island.
During the month of November, the execution of the project for the promotion of gender equality designed by the City Council of the Village of San Nicolás for the period 2021/2022 and financed by the Department of Equality of the Cabildo de Gran Canaria has begun.
The Cabildo encourages the women of Gran Canaria to participate in the survey of the first map of sexist cyber violences carried out in the Canary Islands
The project will generate a ‘photograph’ that will improve the social and institutional response to this growing problem. The...
The Resource Map confirms the existence of “major challenges” in the face of gender-based cyber-violence
The association Opciónate has elaborated the ‘Map of Resources on the Prevention and Attention to Gender-based Cyber-violence’, a document that brings together concepts, definitions and typologies, as well as the regulatory framework, the crimes associated with this scourge and the main actors and institutions working in this field in the world, Spain, the Canary Islands and Gran Canaria.
Opciónate gives continuity to the workshops on sexist cyber violence in primary and secondary schools of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Equality Area of the City Council of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria once again chooses the Opciónate organization to continue the training and awareness program on sexist cyber violence to young people from twenty-two primary and secondary schools in the island capital with the aim of continuing with the necessary training to They can identify the different types of violence on the Internet…
The association Opciónate starts the project ‘Ciberviolencias machistas: un análisis de la realidad actual en Gran Canaria’ (Gender-based cyber-violence: an analysis of the current situation in Gran Canaria).
With the support of the Department of Gender Equality of the Cabildo, it will include the analysis of cases, consequences and existing resources.
Opciónate participated in the Networking, Sustainability and Creativity Seminar together with specialists from several European countries.
The organisation Opciónate participated in the Seminar Networking, Sustainability and Creativity to support the creation of the future regional network of Spanish cultural centres. Opcionate´s coordinator Ana Lydia Fernández-Layos, did a presentation on the work of gender impact assessment in the cultural policies and actions of the City Council of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. The City Council has been the organiser of the meeting together with the European Network of Cultural Centers, which has the support of the Creative Europe Programme.
The project will be carried out over the next 7 months, with the support of the Department of Equality of the Cabildo of Gran Canaria. The initiative will include the testimonies of women from Gran Canaria regarding the different forms of cyber-violence against women and their assessment of the main existing support resources.
Opciónate will carry out the research “Gender-based cyber-violence: an analysis of the current reality in Gran Canaria”, which is part of the 2019 National Cybersecurity Strategy approved by the National Security Council to contribute to the development of the State Pact against Gender Violence.
Opciónate takes part in the Athena project to provide advisory services for the Canary Islands Agency for Research, Innovation, and Information Society.
Opciónate has been commissioned to act as an advisory body on gender equality within the framework of this European project.
The Canary Islands Agency for Research, Innovation, and Information Society (ACIISI) joins in as partner in the Athena project, coordinated by Europa Projects and Innovation SL and funded by the Horizon 2020 program. Athena seeks to empower female research through a gender equality infrastructure in institutions, thus complying with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 5 ‘Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls’. This European program will last for 48 months.
Once again this year, The Municipal Libraries of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria set the stage for citizens of all ages to enter a world of creativity at Las Canteras seafront. A place for families to share, enjoy, learn and experience unforgettable moments while supporting local authoresses and the elimination of gender stereotypes. To this purpose, this year’s edition saw the collaboration of Opciónate at the 2021 “A Wave of Letters” Summer Library.
Opcionate has participated in the summer library “A Wave of Letters” coordinated by the Municipal Libraries of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria with the workshop “Where are the words” to promote the work of female artists from the Canary Islands such as the poet and novelist Cecilia Domínguez Luis from Tenerife.
Opciónate contributes to improving care for women survivors of gender-based violence in Guinea Bissau
Since February 15, 2021, Opcionate’s local team in Guinea Bissau has conducted interviews with local actors within the frame of the project to collect first-hand data in an effort to ensure a more effective care and protection for victims of gender-based violence in five regions all over the country.
The project involved a comparative review of policies in Guinea-Bissau, Angola, Cape Verde, Mozambique and Sao Tome and Principe.
Opciónate will organize a practical-technical training course on “Gender budgeting” for public workers in the areas of finances and design and implementation of programmes and policies of the Cabildo de Gran Canaria. The course will provide guidance on how gender issues have an impact on the municipal budget, both in its operational and financial categorization.
The Los Llanos de Aridane City Council on the island of La Palma has begun the elaboration of the participatory institutional diagnosis of the second Plan for effective equality between men and women, a task for which it will have the technical support of the Opciónate organization and whose main objective is promoting equality between men and women in the institution’s internal and external spheres of action.
Cyberactivists present the “Cyberpassport for a better world” campaign with the support of the Cabildo de Gran Canaria Citizen Participation Unit.
With the support of cyberactivists and the Cabildo de Gran Canaria Citizen Participation Unit, Opciónate has launched the “Cyberpassport for a better world” campaign, aimed at promoting a responsible use of social media by young users.
Opening of digital embassy in Gran Canaria where users can obtain a cyberpassport accrediting positive responsible practices on social media platforms.
Organization Opciónate has launched a digital certificate accrediting responsible online citizenship which can be obtained by completing a questionnaire.
Over forty students and teachers have contributed to the design of the project and campaign, an initiative that also includes the making of a video and an online forum where new ideas can be shared.
The City Council entrusts Opciónate with the gender impact evaluation of the city’s cultural policies and projects.
The City Council of LasPalmas de Gran Canaria has commissioned Opciónate to evaluate the gender impact of the municipal cultural policy, which will include the analysis of programs, projects and activities promoted by the local institution´s Culture Area
The Las Palmas de Gran Canaria City Council Office for Equality has entrusted Opciónate the development and implementation of a training and awareness program on gender-based cyber-violence aimed at young people in primary and secondary schools in the island’s capital.
Young students from forty primary and secondary education schools in the island’s capital will be the recipients of this initiative to educate on ways to identify sexist behaviours and related legislation, also analysing their own behaviour, and learning how to react and report.
Between January and April, with the collaboration of the Cabildo de Gran Canaria Citizen Participation Unit.
Thirty students from Gran Canaria will have the opportunity to participate in a project where they will become agents of democratic cyber citizenship, an initiative by Opciónate Mejora tu vida Mejora el mundo with the support of the Cabildo de Gran Canaria Citizen Participation Unit aimed at promoting social and political engagement among young people with a focus on gender equality and rights.
A comic-book inspired short film produced in Gran Canaria encourages women to lead the world’s transformation
A comic short film produced in Gran Canaria encourages women to find their own way to lead their lives and change the world, always from a feminist perspective to fight against those who try to undermine the advances made in gender equality in the family, social, political and educational spheres.
The production is part of the ‘Cruzando Redes’ [Crossing networks] project from Valsequillo with the support of the Cabildo de Gran Canaria Office for Equality.
The video, produced by Opciónate, features six women residents in the municipality, together with one actress and one actor in the role of executive officers.
Webinars videos ‘Una aproximación a la ciberviolencia contra las mujeres y las niñas’ [An approach of cyber-violence against women and girls] and ‘Buenas prácticas’ [Good Practices].
Webinars videos ‘An approach to cyber-violence against women and girls’ and ‘Good Practices: An overview of cyber-violence against women and girls’ now available.
The edited videos from webinars ‘An approach to cyber-violence against women and girls:
Sexist Cyberviolence’ held in November and financed by the Las Palmas de Gran Canaria City Council and ” Good Practices”, which was held in December and financed by the Cabildo de Gran Canaria are already available at the Opciónate website.
From 14 to 18 December via zoom with the support of the Cabildo of Gran Canaria.
A dozen local, national and international experts share their experiences in the webinar on good practices against gender-based cyber violence. The Deputy Director of the Spanish Agency for Cooperation and Development will participate in the event, as well as activists from Crete,Mexico, the Canary Islands and mainland Spain.
From 17 to 20 November at Casa de Colón with the support of the Las Palmas de Gran Canaria City Council.
We will count with the participation of feminist organizations and professionals with relevant experience in the study of gender-based cyber violence to delve into the reality of sexist cyber-violence and how it impacts the lives of women and girls
Opciónate’s webinar on male cyberviolence focused on the importance of creating networks for resistance from within.
The conclusions of ‘Gender-based cyber-violence’ webinar hosted by Opciónate with the support of the Las Palmas de Gran Canaria City Council point out the need for visibility, and the gathering of data to produce statistics and achieve better training and information. They also stressed the importance of improving a very fragmented and inaccessible legal framework, allocating more specialized resources to assistance and support and, above all, learning from good practices and creating cyberfeminist networks to raise awareness and build resilience from within.
Opciónate held a meeting with the Asociación Acuigranca.
Opciónate held a meeting with the Association of Caregivers and Caregivers of Gran Canaria (Acuigranca) to identify possible lines of work and collaboration. As a result, Opciónate presented …
The Cabildo de Gran Canaria Office for Equality confirms financing of LiderA project.
Between September 2020 and March 2021, thanks to funds from the Cabildo de Gran Canaria Office for Equality, Opciónate will host the LiderA training project for the promotion of women’s empowerment in…
The Opciónate collaborator takes part in the online forum together with 70 experts.
More than 70 experts, including Opciónate collaborator Daniela Moreno Alarcón, will take part between September 28 and October 15 in the l Online Meeting of Latin American Community-based Tourism.
A round table discussed future scenarios for women in the tourism industry.
Brazilian movement Labor Movens hosted a webinar on critical women’s work prospects in the tourism industry with the participation of Opciónate collaborator and gender, tourism…
Opciónate participates in evaluation commissioned by the Canary Islands Institute for Equality.
Opciónate participates in a qualitative study on the perceptions and attitudes of young Canarian women and men towards gender violence, an initiative financed by the Canarian Institute for Equality (ICI) and coordinated by Codexca and Likadi…
Opciónate collaborator Daniela Alarcón, among the webinar’s participants.
Opciónate collaborator and co-director of British Organization Equality in Tourism Daniela Moreno Alarcón took part in the Webinar where participants discussed the importance of gender equality in the tourism industry to face the consequences…
Opciónate new partnership for the benefit of female entrepreneurs.
Opciónate held a meeting with EmprendeClub Gran Canaria to join efforts in supporting women entrepreneurs on the island. The two organisations shared objectives, experiences and…
Opciónate presented a tool to promote stereotype-free professional careers.
Opciónate launched the ‘Freedom to choose’ board game, the culmination of a pioneering project financed by the European Commission and developed in collaboration with organizations from different countries to promote…
Both organizations agree on the potential of board games as educational tools.
Opciónate introduced the ‘Free toChoose’ table game to Ludens representatives, the culmination of a pioneering project financed by the European Commission and the collaboration of different organisations from several countries to tackle stereotyping.
A participatory process for identification, design and action implementation.
Opciónate has been commissioned by Fundgrube to coordinate a participatory analysis and design of a strategic and operational plan to promote gender equality for this important…
Opciónate delivered 12 training sessions on equality and emotional intelligence.
Throughout 2019 and early 2020, Opciónate delivered a total of 12 training sessions of 2 hours to the staff of the San Bartolomé de Tirajana Town Council, work that initiated the work of the…
The seal promotes the institutionalisation of gender in local corporations.
In 2019, Opciónate signed a collaboration agreement with Coop4Equality as an evaluator of the SealforGender gender label…
The association presented the Workshop ‘The Leader in You’ for the Asombrosas Community.
Opciónate gave the workshop ‘The Leader in you’ for Asombrosas (Community of Women who Inspire) in the iconic facilities of Talleres Palermo in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. The session was experiential…
The label promoted by ForgenderSeal is aimed at city councils.
Opciónate will be in charge of implementing the SG City 50-50 Label in the Canary Islands, the first seal of qualification and public recognition in favour of gender equality at municipal level…
The prototype of the board game funded by the European Commission was presented.
The beautiful Slovenian capital, Ljubljana, hosted the presentation of the prototype of the board game designed within the ‘Free to Choose’ project, funded by the European Commission…
Brussels awards the seal of Good Practice to the ‘Free to Choose’ initiative.
The European Commission has recognised the values and usefulness found inside each box of the board game ‘Free to Choose’ by awarding its Good Practice Label to this project in which Opciónate has participated…
Opciónate produces 8 short films with the participation of young people from the area.
Eight short audiovisual pieces starring young people from Mogán have become new tools against gender violence. The short films have been created by the Opciónate Association…
Opciónate organises the presentation of the initiative funded by the EC.
The city of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria hosts the presentation of the final prototype of the board game designed within the ‘Free toChoose’ project, financed by the European Commission…
Opciónate carried out the research promoted by the ACUP and financed by the Cabildo.
The city of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria hosted the presentation of the Diagnosis of the People Universities of the Island, a work carried out by Opciónate and promoted by the Canary Islands Association…
Opciónate prepares the annual report for the Parliament, commissioned by the ICI.
Opciónate has prepared the Report on the Situation of Gender Violence in the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands, commissioned by the Canary Islands Institute for Equality (ICI), with figures and data corresponding to 2017…
Opciónate prepares a proposal for the procedure and evaluation for the ICI.
Opciónate has carried out at the request of the Canary Islands Institute of Equality (ICI) the development of a proposal for a procedure and ranking for the allocation of the housing stock for victims of gender violence…..
The Local Council staff of Santa Lucía de Tirajana deepens its understanding of equality.
Between June and October 2018, Opciónate led a total of 26 gender equality training sessions aimed at the municipal staff of the Santa Lucía de Tirajana Town Council, in the southeast of Gran Canaria,…
ICI commissions Opciónate to carry out a diagnosis of the Canary Islands’ accommodation resources.
The Canary Islands Institute for Equality (ICI) commissioned Opciónate to carry out a participatory assessment to identify areas for improvement and proposals in the accommodation resources for Victims of Gender Violence…
Opciónate teaches a practical skills training as part of the Clara Programme.
Opciónate tought the training course ‘Keys and skills for quality customer service’ during 60 hours at the Pepe Dámaso Centre in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, sessions that were framed in the Clara Program …
It delivered a training session on gender and equality plans.
Opciónate designed and delivered for the Commission of Equality of the Canary Islands Institute of Technology (ITC) the training session ‘Gender Mainstreaming and Design and Evaluation of Equality Plans’ in a participative and practical session….