Brussels (Belgium). 13 – 14 March 2017. – The EU project FreeToChoose – co-funded by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme that supports transnational projects aimed at promoting gender equality – involving girls and boys (16 – 29 years old) to overcome gender stereotypes in education, training and workplace, has been officially launched at the European Commission in Brussels.
PORDENONE. 25 February 2017. – The Free to Choose project was recently launched over a 2-day event in Pordenone, Italy (23-24 February 2017).
Approved by the EU and co-funded by the Justice Program with a budget of over € 640,000, Free to Choose (FtC) will develop and trial an innovative orientation tool which aims to overcome gender stereotypes; specifically those that affect girls and boys when choosing their academic or professional paths.