PRIDE: Toolkit on working with young LGBTQ+ people

Posted on September 28, 2019 by

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Through this Toolkit on working with young LGBTQ+ people” we propose a series of non-formal methods and instruments that can help youth workers and organisations to better approach the needs of the LGBTQ+ youth. Reading this toolkit will offer you a better understanding of the particularities of young LGBTQ+ people, the social context and the difficulties which the LGBTQ+ youth are facing within the countries and the organizations from Eastern Europe: Croatia, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia.

In the section Advocacy and Awareness Campaigns you will find ready-to-use templates that just need to be filled in with specific information related to your organisation / youth initiative group.

Last but not least, get your inspiration from the section Advocating for LGBTQ+ equality and find out how youth activist from Romania and Slovenia organised the first Cluj Pride (2017) and Maribor Pride (2019). Don’t forget to take action! #PrideIsAProtest!

© GO FREE- the Association for the Support of Civil Society, 2019

Reproduction and use for non-commercial purposes is permitted by specifying the source.

This toolkit is a result of P.R.I.D.E. project – an acronym which signifies Promoting Rights, Inclusion, Diversity and Equality – financed through the Erasmus+RO programme of the European Commission.

The project Promoting Rights Inclusion Diversity and Equality P.R.I.D.E. is implemented by GO FREE- the Association for the Support of Civil Society (Romania) and the partners: Centar za građanske inicijative Poreč (Croatia), Európa Ifjúsága Egyesület (Hungary), Tolerantiško jaunimo asociacija (Lithuania), Stowarzyszenie na rzecz osob LGBT Tolerado (Poland), Magnet House (Serbia), Mladinski kulturni center Maribor-MKC Maribor (Slovenia).

The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. 

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