PARTNERSHIPS AND RESULTS IN COMENIUS, LEONARDO DA VINCI AND GRUNDTVIG
National Agencies

2007-1-ES1-COM06-00002

Integración social: coeducación

Comenius multilateral partnerships

PARTNERS
  • Spain
  • Italy
  • Poland
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    ORGANIZATION Coordinator

    C.E.I.P. Severo Ochoa

    TYPE OF ORGANIZATION

    Primary school

    ADDRESS

    C/ Toledo, 10 – San Javier (Murcia) 30730

    CONTACT PERSON

    Mª del Carmen Espín Martínez

    Social integration:coeducation

    Social Integration: Coeducation” Project aims to increase awareness of our school community about the difficulties posed by social inequalities and enhance both individual and collective solidarity against social exclusion from a gender perspective. It aims to make our students more sensitive to the need to play a more active role in our society, especially women. It powers equal opportunities for our students, regardless of socioeconomic level, and it also encourages the European dimension and citizenship among the educational communities of schools forming our partnership. The main theme of our project is to prevent inequalities based on sex or gender that take place in our society, that are transmitted by formal education, working for equal educational opportunities for both sexes, and violence prevention conflict resolution in our students and encouraging cooperation with the families. The context where the project has been developed (centers for Pre-Primary and Primary Education with pupils aged from 3 to 12) includes a population at risk of social disadvantage, because institutions of the Association have a high percentage of students and families in poverty and social inequality, being the most vulnerable groups immigrants, students with special educational needs and women.

    RESULTS
  • Spain
  • “WHEN I GROW UP, I WANT TO BE…”

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    LANGUAGE(S)

    English, Spanish

    AUDIENCE(S)

    Pupils, Teachers, Parents

    PRODUCT TYPE

    Website

    AVAILABILITY

    Link to

    COPYRIGHT

    No