Online course. Sexual Diversity: Endless Ways of Being Women and Men

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Online course. Sexual Diversity: Endless Ways of Being Women and Men

The Basque Youth Observatory is organising an online course titled 'Sexual Diversity: Endless Ways of Being Women and Men'. Ana Ramírez de Ocáriz Sorolla, from EMAIZE Centro Sexológico-Sexologia Zentroa will be the person delivering the course. 

Sexual and gender diversity is a fact inherent to the very existence of sexed subjects -i.e. it has existed in all cultures and historical moments-, although, in recent years, there has been a greater acknowledgement of this reality, at least in our closest circles. How can we ensure that any young person can express himself or herself freely, without creating new rules? What can we do in our youth settings to nurture this diversity as an inherent value of our existence?


  • Understand sexual and gender diversity to be able to address this issue.
  • Analyse keys aspects to prevent, identify and address normative attitudes and behaviours ("antidiversity"...)
  • Learn about and share experiences of individual and community interventions to promote diversity among young people, taking into account possible intersectionalities.

Information leaflet in Basque and Spanish. The course will be delivered in BASQUE.

The course will be available in:

  • Virtual training. Zoom Platform
  • Dates: 1 and 8 (Tuesday) June 2021
  • Language: Basque
  • Timetable: 10.00 to 13.00 (6 hours in two 3-hour sessions)
  • Registration period: from 10 to 18 May 2021

The course is free, but participants must register in advance. Please note registration deadlines and the number of vacancies!

To register, please fill in the following FORM which will be activated on 10 May. (Please, check your data and, if correct, click “Confirm pre-registration”).

  • Vacancies: 15 people
  • The registration period will be from 10 to 18 May 2021

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Priority will be given to people who work or cooperate with youths (in agencies, associations, public administrations, companies, educational centres, volunteers...). In addition, the order of registration will be taken into account. 

  • Men and women dedicated to youth-related work (youth information, town councils, provincial councils, youth and leisure associations, and other entities).
  • Social and family educators.
  • Secondary education counsellors.