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The Overall objective of the action is to contribute to the prevention & combating of homophobia & transphobia (HT) in Greece, Cyprus and Lithuania.

Specific objectives of the project are to:

  • Promote & strengthen the prevention & tackling of homophobic & transphobic bullying in schools
  • Build the capacities of teachers & school advisors on preventing & addressing of homophobic & transphobic bullying
  • Enhance multi-actor cooperation & exchange on combating of homophobic & transphobic bullying in schools
  • Raise awareness about of homophobic & transphobic bullying in the educational environment & support prevention through counter narratives development & promotion

The activities foreseen to achieve these objectives are grouped into four (4) Work Packages, as follows:

WP2 Research on bullying on the grounds of sexual orientation & gender identity

WP3 Capacity building for teachers & school advisors

WP4 Multi-actor cooperation & exchange on combating of homophobic & transphobic bullying in schools

WP5 Awareness raising & counter narrative campaign

The main target groups of the project and final beneficiaries are:

  • school advisors & other school professionals at primary/secondary level in the 3 partner countries
  • teachers at primary and secondary level
  • students in primary and secondary education
  • parents of primary and secondary students
  • educational authorities, civil society, other teachers, school advisors & professionals

The expected results of the HOMBAT project can be summarised in the following:

  • Enhanced capacities & knowledge of teachers & school advisors/professionals on preventing & addressing of homophobic & transphobic bullying
  • Strengthened multi-actor cooperation & exchange on combating of homophobic & transphobic bullying in schools
  • Increased awareness about of homophobic & transphobic bullying in the educational environment & change of attitudes of students, parents, teachers, school advisors & professionals.

This publication has been produced with the financial support of the Rights, Equality and Citizenship (REC) Programme of the European Union. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of KMOP and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Commission.