Beldur Barik 2018 Errotik! Without Fair! - Errotik
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Beldur Barik 2018 Errotik! Without Fair!

Beldur Barik 2018 Errotik! Without Fair!

Errotik Cooperative carried out the technical secretariat of the Beldur Barik 2018 programme.

It is a programme promoted by Emakunde-Basque Women’s Institute, Berdinsarea-EUDEL as well as by the Provincial Councils of Araba, Bizkaia and Gipuzkoa. It also has the collaboration of the Department of Education of the Basque Government and the Directorate of Youth of the Department of Employment and Social Policies, the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) and the Basque Television EITB.

Beldur Barik is a project aimed at preventing sexist violence among young people, and its objective is to promote reflections and debates together in order to collaborate in the transformation of a macho society into an egalitarian society.

Taking advantage of this opportunity given to us by Emakunde in 2018, in addition to coordinating the programme from beginning to end, from the cooperative we have created didactic tools for Basque municipalities and educational centres so that they can continue working on the Beldur Barik (fairless) attitude.

Among others, we have created 3 monographs (‘Tejiendo Redes’, ‘Txo! ¿Y yo qué?’ and ‘Maitezmindu’) and a guide for teachers so that, all together we can take steps to make sexist violence disappear and confront machista culture.

These tools contribute a little more in the coeducation of young women between 12-26 years old as far as gender equality is concerned.

Beldur Barik (Fairless) Attitude

Beldur Barik (Without Fear) attitudes are those that show a personal or collective commitment to reverse the manifestations of macho culture and sexist violence. That is, the attitudes that show how girls and boys face situations of inequality. They are based on respect, freedom, autonomy, co-responsibility and a firm rejection of violence.