Selection Result: ITC Pedagogical Approach in Youth Work Training, GAGA Italy

The selection process for candidates of participants for ITC Pedagogical Approach in Youth Work Training, GAGA Italy has come to an end. Thus, we are happy to announce the result. Congratulations to:

1. Salsabila Alya Saputri (GREAT of Bandung)
2. Gandies Puspitarani (GREAT of Pekalongan)

Congratulations to the two and we are waiting for future communication for preparation before your departure date. Please visit your inbox and see you soon!

Next, for the rest of our volunteer members who are keen on getting similar chance, we look forward to meeting up with you again. As always, do not stop volunteering!

Finally, to those who are not members yet and want to get this opportunity, register as GREAT member now, for we only offer such places to our members.

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”. For example: gender based stereotypes, gender role models, gender-based discrimination. Also, 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 GAGA project is non-formal education and youth work as tools to promote gender awareness. It is also to promote 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. They are: how young women can become agents of social changes and promoters of raising awareness processes with youth and 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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