The  Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies (MIGS)  is a partner to the project entitled, “Circle of CHANGE: Preventing and combating violence against women and girls through gender equality awareness”. The aim of the project is to support the development and implementation of practical and targeted information, awareness-raising and education activities to eliminate Intimate Partner Violence/Sexual Violence (IPV/SV) in different levels: teen relationships, stakeholders and the wider-public. Read more →

The  Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies (MIGS)  is a partner to the project entitled: “Ending Sexual Harassment and Violence in Third Level Education (ESHTE)“. The project aims to prevent and combat sexual violence and harassment (SVH) and build a culture of zero tolerance in universities and 3rd level institutions (UTLIs) throughout Europe through building; a feminist understanding and analysis, of the caused and effects of SVH. More importantly, it aims to support UTLIs to articulate a clear message, commitment, set of core values, ethos procedures and protocols to build a Zero Tolerance Zone and provide opportunities for sharing models of good practice.

Coordinator: National Women’s Council of Ireland (NWCI)

Partners: Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies, the Women’s Issues Information Centre (WIIC) in Lithuania and Rape Crisis Scotland (RCS) in UK.

Associate Partners (in Cyprus): University of Nicosia

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The Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies (MIGS)  is now a partner in the project entitled Free to Choose.  Our core objective is to raise awareness around gender diversity, enhancing and promoting a change in culture and the behaviour of youngsters when choosing career paths. We are looking to inform youngsters in transitional phases, as well as key adults around the types, roots and effects of gender stereotypes and segregation in the labour market. Other objectives are to involve young people and key adults in the use of an innovative tool, in order to develop a diverse vision of professions, skills and opportunities in the labour market from a gender perspective. This will require recognising, breaking down and overcoming stereotypes, which affect both young people and adults.

Coordinator: Cooperativa Sociale Onlus ITACA Servici Socio Sanitari Educativi in Italy

Partners: Mediterranean Institute of Gender StudiesIRES FVG (Italy), Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia (Italy), REGIONE FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA (Italy), APLOAD (Portugal),  Zavod Nefiks  (Slovenia), MCBIT (Slovenia), OPCIONATE (Spain) and UNIVERSITAT DE VALENCIA.

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