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How to use the handbook?
The manual is built up in three parts: the introduction, the practice and the theory. All parts are interconnected and you can start at each point. To know what each part consists of and how to use it in an intersectional way The introduction of the manual consists of the philosophy and the atmosphere of the project, of its main concepts and some recommendations about how you can understand and use the manual.

The practice
part consists mostly of a toolkit with descriptions of single methods (method sheets) and the descriptions of the specific local conditions of the good practice projects of each country (good practice).
The self-learning modules are part of the practice on the one hand, and of the theory, on the other. For the practice you can use it to reflect and to prepare your everyday work with the young people. It is a kind of self-awareness training on the issues of Gender and racism. The self-learning modules focus very much on self-reflection of the teachers, social workers and facilitators. Thus, self-reflection is a very central concept of an intersectional attitude behind the pedagogical work. You can read the self-learning modules as preparation for the method sheets.

The theory: On the theoretical level the self-learning modules provide an introduction into the history and appearances of racism and hetero-sexism. In the glossary the understanding of the basic terms used in the project are described. Furthermore, you find some articles about central questions of the project like Intersectionality in extracurricular Education or implementation strategies.  

The practice and theory parts are equally displayed. You thus can start with either one, but we propose to use both.
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