Selection Result: Training of GAGA (Global Action for Gender Awareness) in Uganda

We are happy to share the result of selection process for applicants to participate another Erasmus+ youth activity, the Training of GAGA (Global Action for Gender Awareness) in Uganda. 

They are GREAT volunteer members who have been actively involved in some local volunteers activities (GO Cities) and in our international volunteering activities in Indonesia too.

Congratulations to:

1. Muhammat Sabar Prihatin (GO Salatiga)
2. Chaedar Indra Pranama (GO Bandung)

To the two names mentioned above, kindly to check your email and directly continue the preparation process.

To the rest of applicants, we thank you for your keen interest to enter this opportunity. We do have other volunteering activities both in Indonesia and abroad that needs youth involvement and support the whole year long. Hence, we encourage you to keep volunteering with us and/or with your community. Not only it benefits the community target, environment but also it records your volunteering track that will benefit you in similar other chances.

Congrats again and until we see you again!

About GAGA

Lunaria launched in 2012 a medium term strategy aimed to promote gender equality, through mobility, voluntary service activities and projects. This work has brought the organization to explore different sensitive issues within the big umbrella of “gender”, as for example: gender based stereotypes, gender role models, gender-based discrimination, hate speech toward individuals and LGBTQ+ communities, gender-based violence and women empowerment. The actors, target groups and beneficiaries of the process are young people, youth-social workers, local organizations and NGOs.

The theme of the GAGA project is non-formal education and youth work as a tools to promote gender awareness and gender equality by enhancing young women participation and empowerment within the local communities in EU and partner countries. Furthermore the project will have a specific focus on women role in youth work: how young women can become agents of social changes and promoters of raising awareness processes with young people and among their societies. GREAT is in the project together with  LUNARIA – ItalyUniversitur – RomaniaConcordia – France, Equa – Spain, KVDA – KenyaUPA – UgandaBVBP – PeruCHIRIBOGA – EcuadorCSDS – Vietnam. The project is funded by the Erasmus+.

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