Nordic Practices for Schools and Preschools

Status: 

Finished project

Granted year: 

2015

Subjects: 

masculinities

Countries included in the project: 

Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden

Type of project: 

publication

The issue of gender equality in schools and preschools has received a lot of attention in recent years, especially in the Nordic countries. One reason for this is that the national gender equality and discrimination laws have been expanded to cover also the school systems. The legislative changes make it necessary to develop the equality and diversity work performed in the school environment, which in turn requires carefully planned staff training for educational professionals and other school personnel. This project aims to provide such training by developing a tool for e-learning. The training will be provided via an online platform utilising a participatory approach, and is based on the results of a previous project titled Nordic Gender Equality Certification in Education, which identified and explored successful gender equality practices in the education sector.

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Cooperation partners: 


Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Oulu (Finland)
Cecilie Norgaard (Denmark)
University of Faroe Islands (Faroe Islands)
Centre for Gender Equality (Iceland)
Reform – resource centre for men (Norway)
Mälardalens högskola (Sweden)

Grant: 

350 000 DKK

Contact: 

Mervi Heikkinen, email: mervi.heikkinen@oulu.fi



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