*We’re currently launching the gender and Sexuality core team. Click on the tab to learn more about that particular core team.
The others will become active during 2016. Stay tuned by signing up for our NEWSLETTER!*
*WE’RE CURRENTLY LAUNCHING THE YOUTH AND GENDER CORE TEAM. CLICK ON THE TAB TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THAT PARTICULAR CORE TEAM.
THE OTHERS WILL BECOME ACTIVE DURING 2016. STAY TUNED BY SIGNING UP for OUR NEWSLETTER!*
Gender touches almost every aspect of our lives. We encounter it in the most subtle and obvious ways in our day-to-day. For young people, gender, sex and everything that comes with it, can be messy to navigate.
We’d like to change that.
Recrear’s Gender and Sexuality core team is our commitment to broadening the conversation around gender and making it more accessible to youth. This team will making sure that gender and sexuality become transversal themes in the organization’s field work and day-to-day engagement with Recrear’s network of social innovators.
How to Join
We are looking for dynamic enthusiasts to join the teams. If what you have read so far excites you then you’re probably a good fit. Being part of the team means you would be able to work directly with our amazing team advisors to practically implement our strategies. Teams are autonomously run, so as long as you’re able to meet regularly and inject your passion into the team’s activities then you’re set!
Register to be part of the team and our advisor will be in touch to have an intro chat. Be sure to read Recrear’s corresponding team strategy beforehand.
Not a member yet?
Not already a member of Recrear but would like to join this team? Fear not, join us at our annual training conference RecrearMagnify, hosted in Medellin Colombia this 2016.
A core team is a small enthusiastic working group committed to one of the three identified topics. They will be the masterminds behind designing a research curriculum for their area, coming up with activities to engage the membership on the topic and, search for opportunities to conduct research projects on their topic. In short they will be Recrear’s experts on the subject. They will have the power to take lead in designing research projects that can then be proposed to the organization for implementation.
Why these themes?
We have found that these three themes have reoccured in our work over the years. The relevance of these themes to community development, is not only felt at the community level, but also at the policy level. Our hope is that by focusing our energies in these areas, we can make participatory research a bigger part of how these topics are discussed and addressed.