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We recently had an online meeting exclusively with our core partnership organisations—Democratic Initiatives Incubator, European E-learning Institute, Outside Media & Knowledge UG, Momentum, and European Center for Human Rights. The focus of our gathering was the development of Work Package 2 (WP2) within the LGBTIQ Youth Net project.

WP2 aims to explore the challenges and opportunities young people face in the realm of online anti-LGBTIQ hate speech. During the meeting, we discussed in-depth the research methodologies and strategies that will be employed. Each partner organisation brought unique perspectives and expertise to the table, enriching our collective understanding of how to approach this sensitive and critical issue.

The conversation was highly productive, leading to a refined roadmap for WP2. We outlined timelines, allocated responsibilities, and discussed how the findings will contribute to the Reach and Teach Toolkit. This toolkit is intended to equip youth educators with actionable methods and insights, thereby enhancing their effectiveness in this crucial area.

The commitment from all our partner organisations was evident, and the meeting concluded with a renewed sense of purpose. We are all excited to move forward with WP2, united in our goal to make a tangible impact on the lives of LGBTIQ youth.

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