The final versions of the e-Books of our project are now available in seven versions: English, Italian, Spanish, Spanish (adapted to Guatemala), French (adapted to Togo), Portuguese and Greek. In the e-Book you can find more information about partner organizations and project activities, the situation of gender equality and urban art in each country, good practices selected by project organizations, stakeholders and some conclusions after project implementation. English Version of the e-Book Spanish Version of the e-Book Spanish Version (adapted to Guatemala) of the e-Book Portuguese Version of the e-Book Greek Version of the e-Book French Version (adapted to Togo) of the e-Book Italian Version of the e-BookRead More →

The final version of the video that summarizes the activities carried out in the framework of our project is now available on Iniciativa Internacional Joven’s YouTube channel. Don’t hesitate to watch it for observing how the project has been implemented throughout its lifetime during local activities in each partner country and during international meetings and learning activities for youth workers.Read More →

Cecilio, beat maker and youth worker from Portugal, is now in Cyprus for the last job shadowing mobility of our project. During his stay in the island, he can improve his competences and increase his knowledge about hip hop in Cyprus and the working methodology of the hosting organization. He will also give a workshop on beat making to local students and young people. He can also support the evaluation of the project in the country and the presentation of project results to local population. His sending organization is Moinho da Juventude.Read More →

The documentary of our project is now available on Iniciativa Internacional Joven’s YouTube channel. During one year organizations from 6 country and 3 continents (America, Africa and Europe), we worked together for promoting gender equality and women empowerment through urban art, which has been used as a socio-educational tool for participation and social transformation. “Everybody say “no” to the system we live in (…) no more abuse, no more machismo, opportunities, rights, all the same”. Acknowledgment: participants, partner organizations and collaborators of the project “Urban Art for Gender Equality”, team of Asociación Iniciativa Internacional Joven, Centro de Innovación Social “La Noria”, Diputación Provincial de Málaga,Read More →

Last week Guatemala hosted the Final Meeting of our project “Urban Art for Gender Equality”. The main objectives were: To make the project public and present it to local population, promoting the reflection on gender equality through urban art; To evaluate the project and the achievement of its results between project partners; To specify activities for follow-up and sustainability of the project; To generate ideas for future projects. For achieving it, we had two types of activities: Internal working sessions with project partners where we evaluated the project, the level of cooperation and the achievement of results in each partner country. We also reflected on our partnership, last implemented projects and futureRead More →

Today we want to share with all the people who follow us one of the results of our project that we created during the International Training Course that took place in Malaga. Participants of more than 6 countries and three continents (America, Africa and Europe) created and recorded a song and video that aim to raise public awareness on gender violence, empower women and contribute to social transformation. “Everybody say “no” to the system we live in (…) no more abuse, no more machismo, opportunities, rights, all the same”. Acknowledgment: participants, partner organizations and collaborators of the project “Urban Art for Gender Equality”, team ofRead More →

Kossivi, dancer and youth worker of our partner organization Sol’oeil d’Afrik from Togo, could get his visa and he could take part in one of the international activities of our project. He is now in Málaga (Spain) as job shadower. For 13 days he has the possibility to share his personal and professional knowledge and experience, develop his competences and learn how we work on inclusion, social transformation and equality through urban art and dance. He is going to participate in different activities connected with the main topics of our project that have been organized during his stay.  Read More →

Ana Belén from Spain is now in Lomé (Togo) for the job shadowing phase of our Project “Urban Art for Gender Equality”. During a period of 13 days, she is going to share her knowledge and experience in the youth field, in social work and as coordinator and trainer of international projects where art is a tool for social inclusion and transformation. At the same time, she is knowing into details how the association works and its main activities, as well as how they spread values and promote inclusion in Togo. She is going to participate in the final event of a Seminar hosted by the partnerRead More →

Last Friday, Mattia travelled from Italy to Spain for taking part as job shadower in our project “Urban Art for Gender Equality”. His hosting organization is Iniciativa Internacional Joven. For 13 days, he is sharing his recognized experience and knowledge in the field of urban art and breaking, as well as he is acquiring new competences and learning how to organize, implement and evaluate local and international activities where art and breaking is a tool for social transformation, inclusion and gender equality. His sending organization is Espressione Hip Hop from Alba (Italy).  Read More →

During our Training Course we are going to record a video clip to raise awareness about the situation of women in the world and the existing inequalities. On 30th of May, from 6.30 to 8.00 p.m., we are going to record some parts of the video at Constitution Square in Málaga. For this reason, we invite organizations, platforms, informal groups and/or interested people to participant and come with their t-shirts, canvases and messages of struggle connected with gender equality. 25 participants form 8 countries are participating, together with the rapper Eskarnia and other local artists. We are waiting for you!Read More →