Summer School

Summer School 16-21 September 2019

 Frameworks and tools for working with LGBT+ families in education, health and social care

The summer school – worth 6 ETCS – is designed for master students, PhD students, postdoctoral fellows, researchers in health, education, law and social sciences and it is also suitable for experienced practitioners in education, healthcare, social work. During the summer school, the students will be involved in lectures, workshops, discussions, data analysis, hands-on activities and reflective practices.

“Genitori imprevisti”. Evento di diffusione in Italia

Il 28 novembre a Verona presso la sede dell’Università – Polo Santa Marta, Via Santa Marta 6 si svolgerà la giornata di formazione “Genitori imprevisti. L’inclusione della famiglia LGBT nei servizi tra pratiche e teorie”.

La partecipazione è gratuita, è necessaria l’iscrizione a questo link:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScc9DkcE5dUTdq2noIBoMs2xZ68NbEtCJW0rpSFD7outwcahA/viewform

Per informazioni
Sito: www.doingrights.eu
email: doingrights@ateneo.univr.it

Multiplier event in Barcelona

On February 15, 2019 at the new headquarter of Casal Lambda was held the first multiplier event in Spain to disseminate intellectual outputs 1 and 2. 

poster of the event

Multiplier event in Gdansk

On January 25, 2019 in Gdansk was held the multiplier event to disseminate the first and second intellectual outputs of the project. Here you can find the program.

The event was mostly directed to teachers, psychologists and counsellors and over 60 people attended it.   

programma doing rights

Multiplier event in Bologna

The first Italian multiplier event took place in Bologna on February the 8th, 2019 to disseminate the intellectual outputs #1 and #2 results. Here is the program.

Il primo evento moltiplicatore in Italia si è svolto a Bologna l’8 febbraio 2019, per diffondere i risultati degli intellectual output 1 e 2. Ecco il programma.

Learning activity in Bologna

In January 2019 Doing Right(s) project’s international team  met in Bologna for the third learning activity and the transnational meeting. The aim, this time, was to develop the intellectual output#3: Key competences to work with LGBT+ parents and their children. Agenzia sociale e sanitaria della Regione Emilia Romagna hosted and guided us through a city tour, to meet the various and vibrant world pf practitioners in the public services and activists. Great experience!

Learning activity in Barcelona

In July 2018 in Barcelona took place the second learning activity and the third transnational meeting of the DOING RIGHT(S) project. The teams of the research group AFIN (UAB University) and Casal Lambda’s hosted us to develop the second output of the project: “Key training challnenges for professionals working with LGBT parents and their children“. Lots of people, lot of work, lot of passion! We had the chance to know better about the process which brought about the legal recognition of same-sex  marriage in Spain, and to discuss in depth with many key informants about the current situation for LGBT+ families in Spain, and Catalunya particularly. Long days and long nights in Barcelona, and passionate discussions blurred the borders between working and free time.

Kick off meeting in Verona

The Doing Right(s) project has been launched! On November 2017 the team met at the kick off meeting, for the first time all together, at the University of  Verona (Italy).

the team

Learning activity in Warsaw

In February 2018 DOING RIGHT(S) team met in Warsaw for the first Learning Activity. Five days of intense working to develop the first project’s outcome: “Words for Inclusion. An European Glossary on LGBT Parenthood“. Great job, and great encounters! In Warsaw we had the opportunity to visit the “Campaign Against Homophobia” NGO’s headquarters, coming in touch with their contagious enthusiasm and making a better idea of LGBT issues in Poland. Those days were perfect thanks to the effort and hospitality of the Institute of Psychology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, and Stowarzyszenie Rzecz Na Osob LGBT Tolerado and their teams!