The project “Gender, Media and Society” has started
The project is being implemented by members of the Working Group “Women in Local Communities”, operating within the framework of the Eastern European Network for Citizenship Education (EENCE).During the first meeting on June 20, 2020 participants have discussed the project design and outline, including the online course scheme, its methodology, objectives and learning outcomes, their expectations from the training course as well as mini-projects/follow-up activities that will be implemented by the working group members.
Trainers Ani Kojoyan (Armenia) and Tetiana Kuznetsova (Ukraine) have presented their online courses, expected learning outcomes, answered questions from working group members.
Narine Teknejyan, the leader of the working group and member of the EENCE Coordination Council, has conducted a “historical tour” during which she presented the path of the working group as well as the previous two projects, already implemented by the group. Narine also has introduced the Eastern European Network for Citizenship Education (EENCE), its mission and the frame of its activity. It is worth noting that the working group “Women in local communities” has also been established and operating in the framework of EENCE.
The next online project meetings are scheduled for June 27 and July 3.
20 people from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Ukraine and Russia take part in the project.
Network Working Group projects are supported by the Federal Agency for Citizenchip Education (Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung) with funds from the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs.