GETZ partners meet before summer break
Representatives of partners of the Gender Equality Toolkit for generation Z (GETZ) project met virtually on Friday, July 3 for a meeting before the summer break to review the progress and discuss the upcoming project-related activities. As a partner in the project, the EUSA Institute was represented at the meeting by Mr Andrej Pisl, EUSA Communications and Projects Manager.
The GETZ project tackles the gender imbalance in sport in relation to leadership and management roles in the industry, engaging especially the Generation Z - youth and young adults.
The project is delivered via a freely accessible Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), and we encourage anyone interested to take part: https://getzproject.eu/massive-open-online-course-toolkit/. The online course is also accompanied by live events, some of them have now been postponed or adjusted. The final conference is now scheduled to take place in April in the UK.
The University of Worcester (GBR) is leading this project, supported by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. Project partners include Molde University College (NOR), Vrije Universiteit Brussels (BEL), Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (NED), Swedish Sports Confederation (SWE), Croatian Olympic Committee (CRO) as well as the EUSA Institute (SLO).
More information about the project can be found at www.getzproject.eu.