On Thursday 17 May, information officers from COC Haaglanden will provide the 2500th information session to secondary school students. It is no coincidence that May 17 is also the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT). On this day, international organizations draw attention to hatred against lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders and intersex people (LGBTIs) and the social undesirability of this. COC Haaglanden is committed to increasing social acceptance of and understanding for LGBTI people.
Doubling Guest Lessons
For the coming school year, COC Haaglanden has expressed the ambition to double the number of guest lessons. To this end, the Information Team is looking for new information officers. Check out the video and see if information work is something for you!
What does Team Information do?
The Information Team of COC Haaglanden provides guest lectures on sexual and gender diversity in secondary and primary schools. The aim of this information is to increase tolerance towards LGBTI young people and thus also to increase the feeling of safety in schools. In the guest lectures, educators discuss with students the views that exist in the classroom about sexual orientation, gender diversity and gender expression. Classes are taught by two educators at a time. They take place in the classroom, in the presence of the teacher.
Will you join the Information Team?
Do you enjoy talking to young people about gender, sexual diversity, love and relationships? Do you have 3 days off per month? You will be professionally trained and supervised. Send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org