Frequently Asked Questions

In this section you will find frequently asked questions and their answers.

GEM stands for Gender Equality Matters.

The GEM project is a collaboration between Dublin City University (DCU – Ireland), University of Murcia – Group of Research in Educational Technology (GITE – Spain), Fondazione Mondo Digitale (FMD – Italy), Social Action and Innovation Centre (KMOP – Greece) and the European School Heads Association (ESHA – The Netherlands). Please find their contact details on the Consortium page.

The partners in the GEM project aim to work together with children, parents, teachers, school leader, policy makers and NGO’s to raise awareness, challenge attitudes and promote behavioural changes in relation to gender-based violence generally with specific reference to violence perpetrated against the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) community.

We advise you to speak to your parents and teachers and highlight your experiences. Become a member of the GEM community by contacting a local partner that is listed on this website.

We advise you to speak to fellow parents your child’s teachers and highlight your experiences. Become a member of the GEM community by contacting a local partner that is listed on this website.

Please speak to your fellow teachers and your school head and highlight the need to become a member of the GEM community by contacting a local partner that is listed on this website.

Do you have a question or want to know more about Gender Equality Matters, please be in touch with Edwin Katerberg at ESHA, edwin.katerberg@esha.org.