During the months of February, March and April the actions of the Project Gol pela Igualdade (“Goal for Equality”) concentrated mainly in the dissemination of activities, registration of participants and training / preparation of the team of educators and young leaders.
As achievements, we can highlight the interest of the team of educators and young leaders to broaden the knowledge on gender equality. Another point to be highlighted is the filling of all vacancies available for the activity. The 7 futsal teams were complete, reaching our target of 150 teenagers / young people.
The challenge in this period was to develop a conceptual alignment on the theme "Gender Equality", so that all professionals involved could carry out activities focusing on this issue. The intention is to deepen the work on appreciation of the women's participation in football, strengthening women's groups through specific training and the adoption of young people´s inclusive strategies in activities that mix different genders.
Feb 12, 2016
Relatorio 1/ Report 1
By Renata - Project Analyst
initial meeting of a group
O projeto Gol pela Igualdade iniciou suas ações em janeiro com a preparação dos educadores e a abertura das matrículas. No dia 01 de fevereiro, as atividades começaram no Núcleo de Esporte e Educação e em 15 de fevereiro nas escolas parceiras (Escola Estadual Dr. Alberto Cardoso de Mello Neto; Escola Estadual Leônidas Paiva; Escola Municipal de Ensino fundamental João Ramos - Pernambuco - Abolicionista; Escola Municipal de Ensino Fundamental Prof Noé Azevedo e Escola Estadual Conselheiro Ruy Barbosa).
The project Goal for Equality started its action in January with the preparation of teachers and the opening of enrollment. On February 01 the activities started in the Sport Center and Education and on February 15 at the partner schools (State School Dr. Alberto Cardoso de Mello Neto, State School Leonidas Paiva; Municipal Elementary School João Ramos - Pernambuco - Abolitionist; Municipal Elementary School Prof. Noé Azevedo and State School Board Member Ruy Barbosa).