This e-learning module is designed for you, the people working with unaccompanied migrant minors (UMMs). Click on the link below to launch the module. You can navigate through the module using the buttons mentioned within the content. When you get to the end, you can just close the window.Powered by elearningfreak.com
These workshop exercises can be run by anyone working with UMMs, for their colleagues. They’re designed to help you incorporate a gender equal approach into your caring practices. There are some exercises that are to be run amongst you and your colleagues and some suggestions for activities you can run with your UMM groups. Click on the link to download the guide.
This guide is designed for newly arrived UMMs to get them thinking about how gender is viewed in their new host country. You can click on the link to download it and share it with the UMMs you work with.
This game can be played by you and the UMMs you work with. It explores attitudes to gender in UMM’s host country and will give them a chance to discuss and learn about society’s expectations around gender. Click on the link to launch and download the game instructions.
You can share these animated explainer and testimonial videos with them, too. The animation tells the story of a brother and sister as they grow up, through the lens of gender. The video is a collection of interviews with former UMMs and relates their experiences of coming to a new country with new gender norms and gives recently arrived UMMs some tips on how to cope with practices and attitudes that may be unfamiliar to them.
If you’d like to download and share the My Gender Rights leaflet, you can access it using the link below.