Cyberpassport Citizenship for Equality in Las Palmas de GC
The project “Cyberpassport Citizenship for Equality” is funded by the City Council of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and is aimed at more than 200 students and teachers from a total of 10 schools in the municipality.
This project consists of a classroom-based training programme in which we address the existing sexist inequalities in the digital world and their different manifestations, offering young people the opportunity to discuss the risks, bad practices and sexist crimes on the Internet and proposing to the participants a self-analysis of their own practices and experiences. In addition, they are provided with valuable and necessary information on how to prevent, detect and act against gender-based cyber-violence and promote cyber-equality.
The project includes the creation of materials and an awareness-raising video aimed at young people in which students and teachers can actively participate and which will be available on the organisation’s website.
Opciónate uses a theoretical-practical and experiential methodology from a gender, diversity, rights and intercultural approach for the development of this project.
The Cyberpassport Citizenship for Equality project is part of the specific line that Opcionate has been developing to eliminate discrimination against women and girls in the online environment and to promote good practices, healthy relationships and positive coexistence for all.
Link to the project Ciberpassport Citizenship for Equality: Ciberpassport for Equality – Ayt Las Palmas de Gran Canaria – Opciónate (opcionate.com)