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Lack of gender culture and tolerance (Нестача гендерної культури і толерантності )

Mon 8.5.2017 12:14 pm

Gender culture and tolerance are among the key factors that shape society as a whole and organizational culture in particular. In our society, people often do not see gender issues and stereotypes. One reason is their lack of knowledge about gender issues. This is an obstacle for the development of the gender culture and tolerance. How to overcome these obstacles?

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We need organise seminars and lectures to acknowledge people about gender problems as a part of educational process in schools and universities
People need to understand how to define gender, what are the main problems in it's culture and how to resolve that problems

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We need organise seminars and lectures to acknowledge people about gender problems as a part of educational process in schools and universities
People need to understand how to define gender, what are the main problems in it's culture and how to resolve that problems

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Submitted by Egle Butkeviciene on Mon, 2017-05-08 23:54

I think, the spread of information, especially among youth, is one of the ways to overcome this challenge. However, the information should be attractive and fun.

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Submitted by Indrė Surgelytė on Tue, 2017-05-09 14:06

The spread of information is important, but I believe that simple communication with one another would do the trick. Nowadays we don't really stop and listen to each other's problems. I think that organizing "human library" or open space discussions could be a good way to change the situation a bit.
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HR practices and management processes
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