Girls in Ida-Viru need to be more encouraged as they tend to be shyer and closed from social affairs. Their engagement in social life can make a valuable contribution to society, as active participation in civil society and decision-making are an essential part of democracy. As exactly young people's active participation contributes to civil society by building a sense of belonging, solidarity, justice, and responsibility, caring for people in need, and sensitivity towards people who are different. To achieve these goals in the process will be involved not only girls but their mothers as well, as family awareness and support is crucial for better performance and results.
The main goals of the project will be achieved through thematic meetings, trainings, individual consultations, using creative expression, arts, non-formal education, and informal learning as a tool to empower participants and embrace them to human rights and democracy to transform the society.
Planned learning outcomes are:
1. Strengthened democratic culture and civic awareness.
2. Improved understanding of human rights, gender equality, and equal treatment.
3. Strengthened civil awareness to lead the change.
4. Increased awareness of active citizenship and the importance of participating in the decision-making process.
5. Strengthened mother-daughter positive interaction to increase their awareness
6. Empowerment effect on vulnerable groups
12 girls in the age 14-17 years old and 12 mothers will receive the program support and impact on their lives.