Igual-Pro Project - Professions are not gendered

Igual-Pro Project - Professions are not gendered

Promoter: Commission for Equality in Labour and Employment (CITE)

Partners:

Centro de Estudos Sociais (CES) da Universidade de Coimbra

Associação para o Planeamento da Família (APF)

Instituto do Emprego e Formação Profissional, IP (IEFP)

Centro de Formação Profissional para o Comércio e Afins (CECOA)

Centro de Formação da Indústria Eletrónica, Energia, Telecomunicações e Tecnologias da Informação (CINEL)

Centro de Formação Profissional da Indústria Têxtil, Vestuário, Confeção e Lanifícios (MODATEX)

Inete - Instituto de Educação Técnica

Odalen Næringshage AS

EEA Grants: 240.100

Total Amount: 240.100

Programme:

What is the project about?

The research-action project IgualPro - Professions have no gender aims to combat gender segregation in educational and vocational choices of girls and boys and the consequent segregation of professional choices, through the deconstruction of gender stereotypes associated with different study areas and respective professions, with a special focus on training areas where there is effective segregation between girls and boys.

It is an Open Call#2 project: projects fighting gender segregation in educational and professional choices and discrimination in the labour market

What will it achieve?

  • Publish a Scientific Study and a Policy Brief about the stereotypes associated with the professional choices of young people attending IEFP Professional Courses and professional centers with a protocol with IEFP.

  • Create a training Toolkit and carry out training actions, for young people and professionals, on the deconstruction of gender stereotypes associated with the different study areas and respective professions.

  • Mobilise girls into STEM paths, through the Engineers for a Day Programme.

  • Carry out a national information campaign on combating gender stereotypes in the choice of professions.

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