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Gender familiarization in serbia
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Gender familiarization in serbia

Gender issues provoke intense debate in Serbia thus strongly influencing the creation of public opinion. The attitude towards these – shapes fundamental cultural values in family, school and in society in general. By focusing and raising awareness on Gender Education in elementary school, our intention is to interfere with the phenomena taking place in self-evident daily routines that remain invisible and unnoticed by teachers and students.

The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade manages a grant scheme “Embassy Fund” as an integral part of Norway’s overall support program to Western Balkans. Among 24 applicants who obtained the funding in 2013, CELAP and its team (Sanja Milutinovic Bojanic, Gazela Pudar, Jelena Ceriman, Verica Pavic Zentner, together with Melita Randjelovic and Nadja Duhacek) was rewarded for its project “Gender Familiarization in Serbia”.

Our intention is in developing the training program with clear curricula, which aims at introducing gender inclusive content to the elementary school. The training program should enter the process of accreditation in Institute for the advancement of education and upbringing and enable 30 teachers who will pass the training on gender awareness contents.
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