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. The main objective of the project is to inspire young people to think about their future career without gender stereotypes with a fun and educational resource developed from various tests carried out with young people from different European countries.
In this way, Brussels certifies that the initiative developed by the Social Cooperative Itaca (Italy), coordinator of the project, and the partners, i.e. Opciónate, the University of Valencia, Apload (Portugal), IRES FVG (Italy), Regione FVG (Italy), University of Modena (Italy), Playres (Italy), Unimore (Italy) and Unimore (Italy), Playres and Unimore (Italy), Nefiks and McBit (Slovenia) and the Institute for Mediterranean Gender Studies (Cyprus) are perfectly in line with the pursuit of excellence in the implementation of values related to the extension of rights, equality and citizenship in its broadest meanings.