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Self-identity activities are included to allow participants to discover things about themselves and others, and identify the specific traditions and norms that influence our perception on gender and gender roles. This is done gradually and in a non-threatening way.

Each exercise in the section has its own objectives. Exercises should be selected carefully to make sure they fit into the overall goals of a particular workshop.


  • To provide a space for participants to explore and discuss their own identities.
  • To establish the connection between identities, especially gender identity, and personal prejudice.
  • To present activities which allow participants to examine their own and others’ prejudices related to gender.
  • To explore concepts of stereotyping and discrimination, notably related to gender.

Specific Activities*:


*You can find more activities on this topic in the full version of the T-Kit, available for download (the left-side menu)




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