Partners

The GEM partners are a collective of research institutes, school organisations and networks, national and internationals educators’ organisations, NGOs and state authorities. Each partner has invaluable expertise in the subject of gender equality and helps spread the GEM message throughout their networks. All interested parties are invited to contribute to the project.

EduDivers

Contact: Mr. Peter Dankmeijer
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.edudivers.nl

EduDivers (in English “Edu-Diverse”) is the sister organization of GALE in The Netherlands and a Dutch expertise center on sexual diversity in education. Edu-Diverse coaches principals, trains teachers and peer-education volunteers, and develop curricula and methods for inclusive whole school development with the aim to create more inclusivity, respect for diversity, inclusive sexual education and student empowerment. After having focused for 20 years on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues, Edu-Diverse is now (2018) making a shift towards a broader perspective on diversity skills in schools. The key focus in this new approach is how students (and teachers) can learn how to deal with the basic fear of anything that seems to be different and possibly threatening.

GALE (the Global Alliance for LGBT Education)

Contact: Mr. Peter Dankmeijer
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.gale.info

GALE (the Global Alliance for LGBT Education) is a global network with individual members, who are trainers, activists, researchers and teachers and who work on the topic of sexual diversity (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, intersex; LGBTI) in their classrooms, school or for the education sector. GALE functions as an expertise and exchange platform. The GALE Foundation supports the platform with projects, which cover advocacy, training, curriculum development and student participation. The GALE Foundation works both globally (by making a world map with the state of affairs per country) and locally (by supporting strategic actions and improving the quality of method development).

Transgender Netwerk Nederland (TNN)

Contact: Elise van Alphen
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.transgendernetwerk.nl

Transgender Netwerk Nederland (TNN) is an advocacy group for transgender people. We actively participate in the political discussions and give guidance to policy makers. As a result, transgender people are becoming increasingly visible to civil society organizations and the government. Through its activities TNN aims to empower and emancipate transgenders in society at large, work and in schools. We want to help transgender people live a good life, claim their rights and stand up for their own interests.

TNN strives to strengthen the links between transgender people and with organizations that support transgender emancipation. Thereby we want to increase the visibility of transgender people in Dutch society. We do this by working together with strategic partners, promoting initiatives and making ourselves heard in the media and towards policy makers.

Asfagalem Asociación de Familias Homoparentales de Murcia

Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.asfagalem.com

ASFAGALEM is an association of regional scope that tries to give answer to the needs and demands of the homoparental families of the Region of Murcia. From the association we intend to create a meeting place for our families and a point of information and advice for both families already created and for those people who ASFAGALEM is an association of regional scope that tries to give answer to the needs and demands of the homoparental families of the Region of Murcia. From the association we intend to create a meeting place for our families and a point of information and advice for both families already created and for those who wish to form one.

EDUTEC

Email: [email protected]

Website: http://www.edutec.es

EDUTEC is a professional association for the development of Educational Technology and New Technologies applied to education. It is an international association which organizes an annual congress and publish a specialised journal in Education Technology (Edutec-E). Its main objective is the promotion of educational innovation based on ICT to promote a better education in a better society.

NO TE PRIVES

Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.noteprives.es

The collective NO TE PRIVES de Lesbianas, Gays, Transexuales y Bisexuales de la Región de Murcia is an association that has existed since 1989. It is the oldest in the Region of Murcia, in the area L.G.T.B.

We are an association open to all types of people (lesbians, gays, transsexuals, bisexuals and even heterosexuals), and to all ages from young to old.