Training actions were coordinated in the UK by the Centre of Youth work Studies of Brunel Uniervsity, and resources were produced in collaboration with Rights of Women, About Young People and the London Borough of Lewisham.
The cascade resource 'Unpacking Gender Related Violence' aims to explore the significance of language and culture in reinforcing or challenging gender inequalities, violence and Gender Related Violence (GRV) in work with young people. The process of ‘Unpacking GRV’ is explored through three key stages within this resource: Inform, Assess and Act. It is expected that the ‘Inform to Act’ process set out within this resource will provide youth practitioners with a framework for exploring GRV within their practice settings and identifying practical steps for action in the prevention of GRV amongst young people. It is available in three complementary files:
The legal guide legacy resource
was produced by Rights of Women to provide support to young people in relation to peer-on-peer abuse, domestic and sexual violence. It includes information on legal issues affecting women. The information contained therein is not legal advice. If you have a legal problem, you should talk to a lawyer or advisor before deciding what to do. The information given here is written for people resident in or affected by the laws of England and Wales.
The training in Spain was organized in Catalonia by the University Rovira i Virgili, and carried out in collaboration with the training partners Tamaia and Candela. On the following local blog information can be found in Catalan about the project and related research and material.The Cascade Resource produced in Catalonia is available in Spanish only:
The training material and resources such as PPTs created during the Gap work project are also available for free, in Catalan and Spanish:
Promoting gender conscious youth work for gender equality.