The innovative solution of Choice

By developing an integrated mechanism for addressing incidents of gender-based violence and discrimination in the school environment, CHOICE aims at promoting a more inclusive school environment and combating intolerance on the grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity. This mechanism includes: school diversity policies, capacity building of schools professionals, online reporting system of incidents of violence and/or intolerance and support services to victims and bystanders.

CHOICE is also based on the online platform LiveWithoutBullying (livewithoutbullying.com) that offers support from trained experts and peers to children and teenagers who are victims of bullying, as well as to parents and educator.

The aim of CHOICE

Enhancing the capacities of school professionals on supporting diversity
in the school environment​

Increasing the reporting of incidents of violence based on gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation
in the school environment.

Preventing and tackling homophobic
and transphobic discrimination
and bullying in school

Increasing access to support services of victims and bystanders of intolerance based on gender issues or sexual orientation occurring in school

Raising awareness about discrimination
and homophobic or transphobic bullying
in the school environment

How Choice will succeed?

By developing National reports
on what LGBTQI & CIS Straight
students and school professionals need and providing guidelines
for school diversity policies

By designing Capacity
Building Programme
for school professionals on how to implement diversity policies in school
By setting up an online system
for the recording and reporting of incidents of violence
and/or intolerance on the grounds of SOGI
in the school environment

By providing free online supporting services to victims and bystanders
of violence and intolerance
in school, based on KMOP’s
online platform livewithoutbullying.com
mobile app

Online training for school advisors and teachers at primary and secondary levels on how to address the issue of homophobic and transphobic bullying in the school environment.



in our workshop about the importance

of school diversity policies.