During the project, the experts of the partnership have developed a series of kits intended to promote the educational success and empowerment of high school students with obstacles -specifically roma students- while promoting coexistence, inclusion, and empathy among students as a mechanism to prevent early school leaving, and develop the skills and competences of secondary school students as a whole, to improve their chances of educational success.
These kits are aimed at:
- Promoting the educational success and empowerment of high school students with obstacles.
- Promoting coexistence, inclusion, and empathy among students as a mechanism to prevent early school leaving.
- Developing the skills and competencies of high school students as a whole, to improve their chances of educational success.
The kits focus on inclusion, gender equality, cultural diversity, sexual diversity, and freedom of speech, show the kinds of hate speech (derived from phobias or intolerance) that threatens each of them, and provide arguments to invalidate the fallacies used by it.
For its use in this project, we define Hate Speech as: “(…) the use of one or more specific forms of expression -for example, the defense, promotion, or instigation of hatred, humiliation or contempt of a person or group of people, as well as harassment, discrediting, dissemination of negative stereotypes, or stigmatization or threat regarding said person or group of people, and the justification of those manifestations- based on a non-exhaustive list of personal characteristics or states including race, color, language, religion or beliefs, nationality or national or ethnic origin, ancestry, age, disability, sex, gender, gender identity, and sexual orientation.”