Duration: 4th of May 2020 – 29th of April 2022
Objectives: 1) to establish clear guidelines on processing complaints on hate speech within criminal justice system; 2) to build capacity of competent public authorities; 3) to improve support to victims of hate speech; 4) to increase public awareness on how to recognize and react to hate speech.
Applicant: Office of the Equal Opportunities Ombudsperson
Partners: Office of the Ombudsperson for Journalist Ethics, Public Enterprise “Nomoshiti”
Duration: 1st of August 2019 – 31st of January 2021
Objectives: to ensure effective protection against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, in line with international human rights standards, by identifying existing legal gaps, building capacities of legislators and public policy makers and raising public awareness.
Applicant: Council of Europe SOGI Unit (France)
Partners: Office of the Equal Opportunities Ombudsperson (Lithuania), Coalition for Civil Liberties and Rights (Italy), association “ACCEPT” (Romania)
Duration: 1st September 2019 – 31st August 2021
- to develop and implement multi-agency algorithm on effective institutional intervention in cases of gender-based violence at local level;
- to build the teachers‘ and schools‘ personnel capacity to eliminate prevailing gender norms, which contribute to justification and normalization of gender-based violence;
- to raise awareness about gender-based violence in local communities and enhance a primary prevention of gender-based violence.
Partners: Centre for Equality Advancement, Lithuanian Centre for Human Rights and the social advertising agency Nomoshiti.
Duration: 3rd of April 2017 – 2nd of October 2019.
Objectives: to develop targeted information & implement practical empowerment actions, education activities and awareness-raising to increase understanding of different forms of VAW & stop blaming VAW victims & ultimately contribute to promoting zero tolerance to VAW & strengthening gender equality.
Partners: Center for Equality Advancement, Human Rights Monitoring Institute, Nomoshiti.
Duration: 12th of December 2016 – 11th of December 2020.
Objectives: to systematically seek for the gender equality in the municipalities by educating public sector representatives and raising their awareness on gender equality issues, their ability to recognise activities resulting in men and women (in)equality, create and implement targeted measures for guaranteeing equal rights.
Partners: Association of Local Authorities in Lithuania, Lithuanian Women‘s Lobby Organisation, Statistics Lithuania.
*Change in Private, Public and Civic Sectors - New Standards for Reducing Discrimination
Duration: 6th of April 2017 – 5th of April 2020.
Partners: Human Rights Monitoring Institute, National LGBT Rights Organization LGL.
*BREAK! – Overcoming Gender Stereotypes in Europe Through Cross-media Learning
Duration: 1st of January 2017 – 31st of December 2019.
Objectives: The project aims at contributing to overcoming educational and occupational gender segregation by reaching out to young people aged 13-30 through innovative cross-media tools and practices that are up to date with nowadays youth.
Partners: The Office of the Gender Equality and Equal Treatment Commissioner, Estonia (coordinating organization), Estonian National Broadcasting (ERR), Tallinn University, Estonia, INNOVE Foundation, Estonia, The Office of the Equal Opportunities Ombudsperson, Lithuania, The Centre for Gender Equality, Iceland, Ministry of Welfare, Iceland.
*#LGBT_LT: Raising Awariness Through Visibility in Lithuania
Duration: 1 January 2018 – 31 December 2019.
Objectives: to increase social acceptance of LGBT* people in Lithuania; to raise awareness about remaining legal challenges for LGBT* people; to promote active citizenship among the members of the local LGBT* community with the view of reshaping public discourse on LGBT* issues.
Partners: National LGBT Rights Organization LGL (coordinating organization), Association “In Corpore”.
Duration: 1st of January 2016 – 31st of December 2017.
Objective: to increase political and public support for effective implementation of equality legislation.
Partner: Lithuanian Centre for Human Rights (NGO).