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One of the key assumptions of the programme is that prejudice is learned unconsciously and that it can be unlearned consciously. The goal of raising consciousness of prejudice and discrimination is not to create a sense of guilt for our different privileges, but rather to develop a sense of responsibility to take action within our own spheres of influence.


  • To consider the effects of prejudice and discrimination related to gender on individuals and groups, and the potential impact of confronting these phenomena?
  • To explore different roles people can take in confronting prejudice related to gender.
  • To identify and practice possible strategies for actively confronting gender-based prejudice and discrimination.

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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