"Different in More Ways Than One"
Triangle "Transfer of Information Against the Discrimination of Gays and Lesbians in Europe" is a proposal for a trans-national exchange action submitted on 2002 by the Ministry of Health, Social Affairs, Women and Family of the Land of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, together with the Anti-discrimination Unit of the City of Vienna within the European Programme "Against Discrimination". This programme is designed to promote measures to prevent and combat discrimination based on racial or ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation.
The Country Partners involved in the TRIANGLE action was: Austria, France, Germany, Italy and Netherlands.
The main TRIANGLE objective was: exchange experience and successes concerning anti-discrimination work; compare different approaches and their instruments.
The most important outcome of TRIANGLE is the manual "Different in More Ways Than One: Providing Guidance for Teenagers on Their Way to Identity, Sexuality and Respect". The manual is developed for educators and counsellors on how to deal with lesbian, bisexual and gay issues in multicultural contexts.
The TRIANGLE Good Practice is composed by a manual and 9 Themes Guides that teachers, psychologist and counsellors can use to combat discrimination especially among young people and to increase awareness  on the discrimination based on sexual orientation and racial or ethnic origin.
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