Jun 27, 2019

Goal for Equality 2019 - Second Quarter

Workshop about diversity
Workshop about diversity

2nd GlobalGiving Report

 

 

During the months of April, May and June 2019, the Goal for Equality project carried out actions involving students, educators, young people and the community in order to promote gender equality and the empowerment of girls, using sport as a social transformation tool.

 

We currently serve 250 students, 115 girls and 135 boys. The main actions carried out were:

1-      06 Formation meetings of the team of educators;

2-      Sport Classes in the Modalities:

  • 80 classes in the modalities of: Skate, Futsal, Volleyball, Basketball, Judo, Capoeira and School of Sports, applying the Gol de Letra methodology, that besides the sports modality contents, includes discussions of subjects interesting to the group, involving relations of respect, responsibility, ethics, commitment to personal and group assignments, self-esteem and other transversal issues.

3-      31 Workshops about Education, Sport and Gender for 250 adolescents and young people.

 

 

Highlights of the quarter:

SPORTS AND GENDER FESTIVAL – The festival is an affirmative action that aims to enhance the discussion about gender equality and give visibility to the sports practice of girls in the community.

 

EXTERNAL ACTIVITIES – To expand the cultural and relational repertoire of the participants, mainly in activities related to the theme, external activities were carried out with the groups. The places visited were: Afro Brazil Museum, Skate Camp, Sensei Solange Pessoa Judo Academy and Perifeminas.

Workshop about visibility of Women in Sport
Workshop about visibility of Women in Sport
Workshop about Prevention of Sexual Violence
Workshop about Prevention of Sexual Violence
Sport Activities
Sport Activities
Afro Brazil Museum
Afro Brazil Museum
Perifeminas Futsal Festival
Perifeminas Futsal Festival
Sport Activities
Sport Activities
Workshop about body and self-esteem
Workshop about body and self-esteem
Sport Activities
Sport Activities
Apr 1, 2019

Goal for Equality 2019 - first quarter

Sport Activities
Sport Activities

During the months of January, February and March 2019, the Goal for Equality project carried out actions involving students, educators, young people and the community in order to promote gender equality and the empowerment of girls, using sport as a social transformation tool.

 

We currently serve 242 students, 104 girls and 138 boys. The main actions carried out were:

 

  1. Promotion of the activities, publishing the updated grid schedule for 2019;
  2. Admission of new participants;
  3. Renewal of former participants for data update;
  4. 03 Training Meetings involving the team of educators;
  5. Sport Classes in the Modalities:
  • 84 classes in the modalities of: Skate, Futsal, Volleyball, Basketball, Capoeira and School of Sports, applying the Gol de Letra methodology, that besides the sports modality contents, includes discussions of subjects interesting to the group, involving relations of respect, responsibility, ethics, commitment to personal and group assignments, self-esteem and other transversal issues.
  1. 25 Workshops about Education, Sport and Gender for 250 adolescents and young people;

 

Highlight of the quarter:

Revelry Walking Event. In the pre-carnival days we approached themes such as Fighting against Harassment and Prevention of Sexually Transmitted Infections. These contents were further elaborated during the month in workshops and training sessions with teams of people and young leaders.

Thematic Workshops Education, Sport and Gender
Thematic Workshops Education, Sport and Gender
Thematic Workshops Education, Sport and Gender
Thematic Workshops Education, Sport and Gender
Walking Event
Walking Event
Walking Event
Walking Event
Dec 26, 2018

Goal for Equality 2018 - last quarter

During the months of October, November and December 2018, the Goal for Equality project carried out actions involving students, teachers, young people and the community, promoting gender equality and empowerment of girls, using futsal as a tool for social transformation.

We currently serve 347 students, being 158 girls and 189 boys. The main activities performed in the period were:

  1. Training sessions for the "Young Leaders" monitors on the following themes:
  • Community assessment to recognize existing resources, institutions and projects in order to strengthen the link between residents and territory.
  • Prevention of sexual violence against children and adolescents.
  • Specific training – Modality fundaments.
  • Vacation Marathon's planning and implementation: a time when young leaders planned and carried out activities for project students. It took place from November 26 to 30.
  • Training on Referees Send Off Reports, Games Tables and Rules.
  • Young Leaders training delivered by Cityzens Giving's technicians, in the period of December 3 to 6.
  • Digital Inclusion Training – performed in the period of December 11 to 14.

 

  1. Training session for the teachers team
  2. Futsal classes:
  • Techniques - passing, reception, dribble, marking, finishing;
  • Conversation Circle - Socialization / Respect for space, friends and teachers / Collective spirit / Respect for rules / Respect for gender differences;
  • Main Activities: fast mini-championship; cooperative and recreational games; practice of the tactical system 3: 1; mini-game 1x1, 2x1, 2x2, 3x2.
  1. Leisure Activities on Saturdays. The space is open to the community offering recreational activities intentionally planned to foster inclusion in the perspective of gender equality.

 

The highlights of the quarter were:

WOMEN'S FUTSAL FESTIVAL – GOAL FOR EQUALITY

The Women's Futsal Festival Goal for Equality took place on October 27. The purpose of this action was to encourage the participation of girls in football. The attendants were girls from 8 to 17 years old, students from the Gol de Letra Foundation.
The objective was to develop life skills and empower young people to become leaders in their communities, with a strong emphasis on dialogue and conflict resolution.

  • Improved communication, decision-making and conflict mediation skills;
  • Better willingness to include others, regardless of gender, skills, age or knowledge;
  • Increasing respect for girls and women and enhancing gender equality;
  • Improved understanding of fair play, accountability and transparency.

 

TRAINING IN PREVENTION AND COMBATING SEXUAL VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

To guide young monitors on how to identify risk situations in relation to sexual abuse and violence against children and adolescents; to inform them about campaigns and how to report issues.

 

GOAL OF CITIZENSHIP

The Goal of Citizenship is an event for families and the community, where several services are offered including Health, Legal, Citizenship, Gastronomy, besides Recreation and leisure activities.

The young monitors were responsible for the planning and execution of the recreation and leisure activities for children, adolescents and young people who participated in the event.

Total attendance: 297 people

 

GOL DE LETRA TOURNAMENT

The objective was to provide the participation of young leaders in the organization of a football sporting event. During the preparation process, the young leaders participated in specific training on the tournament regulation, refereeing, writing match reports (send-off/incident reports) and positioning of ball boys. During the event, the project team of educators followed the development of each young leader.

 
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