Project "Inês = Pedro?"

Project "Inês = Pedro?"

Promoter: Municipality of Alcobaça


School Group of São Martinho do Porto


CPCJ - Alcobaça

EEA Grants: 56,223

Total Amount: 56,223



What is the project about?

The Project "Inês = Pedro?" aims to contribute to the realization of ENIND through various actions in the context of formal education (AESMP/EPADRC) and informal (CPCJ Alcobaca), with the aim of "ensuring conditions for education and free training of gender stereotypes "and" prevent/reduce violence in interpersonal relationships. The implementation of this project aims to simultaneously strengthen and enrich the existing local strategies of promotion and training of socio emotional competence in younger people, in support of victims of domestic violence (GAVVD) and professional training in active and parents/families.

It is a Small Grant Scheme#2 project - Prevention projects for children and young people and promoting non-violent masculinities.


Working together for an inclusive Europe


The project 'Inês=Pedro?' implemented a Gender Violence Prevention Program throughout several schools in Alcobaça during two school years (2020/2021, 2021/2022) which involved the participation of 242 children and young people from the municipality, from 5 to 21 years of age, of which 109 were female and 133 were male. Within the scope of this project, 126 sessions were carried out by several local artists who were trained in the prevention of gender and domestic violence and who contributed with different artistic tools in the implementation of a more informal, creative and reflective pedagogical methodology.

It also involved operational assistants, education technicians and teachers in the prevention and intervention of violence within the school context. Over the two years of execution, 16 training actions were carried out for 277 professionals from the educational community of the municipality.

Ten artistic and debate sessions were also held on absenteeism and school dropout with families of children at risk of dropping out of school reported to the Commission for the Protection of Children and Young People in the municipality of Alcobaça. In these sessions, 76 family members participated, 59 female and 17 male. A session was also held within the scope of this Project with 5 guardians of children and young people from the Grouping of Schools of São Martinho do Porto, 4 female participants and 1 male.

'Inês=Pedro?' was developed in partnership with the School Group of São Martinho do Porto, the Professional School of Agriculture and Rural Development of Cister and the Commission for the Protection of Children and Young People of the Municipality of Alcobaça. It was monitored and evaluated by UMAR - Alternative and Response Women's Union (NGO).