On Thursday, October 27, Cut All Ties presents its final event in Madrid, where the results of the project will be presented, there will be two round tables about gender-based violence in youth and we will screen the documentary Change the rules, carried out within the framework of the project.
La jornada será conducida por la educadora e integradora social experta en género y sexualidad Pitu Aparicio y contará con la participación de entidades y profesionales como Sexus, Puzzle de las masculinidades, Hombres contra el patriarcado, Centro Joven Madrid Salud y CAPSEM. Además, también participarán el profesorado y alumnado de los institutos de Madrid en los que se ha implementado el piloto, como el colectivo de alumnas Amazonas Violetas del IES Valdebernardo.
During the event, we will present the results of the activities carried out in the schools of Madrid; we will address the challenges for preventive intervention in terms of gender violence among the young population, and there will be an exchange table with similar initiatives.
The final event of the Cut All Ties project will take place at the Josefa Amar Community Social Center on October 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. It is free with prior registration at the following link: https://forms.gle/Ch7Pvfy9TZSeRgf56
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About Cut All Ties
Cut All Ties is a European project funded by the European Commission (REC Programme) and coordinated by the ABD Welfare and Development Association with the partner organizations Fondazione Acra and Citibeats that seeks to address gender violence through the design, implementation and validation of a Program Training and Education based on gamification and new technologies. The objective is to raise awareness, prevent and reduce sexist violence among young people between the ages of 14 and 17 in six secondary schools in Barcelona, Madrid and Milan through this methodology.