Learners will be able…
… to find out how much they do know about gender equality.
… to reflect on what they did not know before.


You need:

  • 25 minutes
  • Tutor with at least 10 learners
  • Pens and paper


Instructions (Step-by-Step)

  • The tutor will briefly introduce the topic and explain that there will now be a quiz on gender equality.
  • The tutor will call out the following quiz questions, allowing for a pause after each question where the learners can write down their answers. This can be put into digital form (i.e. Google Forms) if learners prefer. Correct answers are highlighted.
    • 1. What is gender equality?
      • a) Where all women are treated the same
      • b) Where people of all genders are treated equally
      • c) Where all men are treated the same
      • d) Where men and women are treated the same unless under special circumstances
    • 2. Q2. Discrimination means…
      • a) Treating people differently
      • b) Not playing by the rules
      • c) Treating people unfairly
      • d) Mistreating women
    • 3. Q3. The EU employment rate for men of working age was 11% higher for men than women in 2020
      • a) True
      • b) False
    • 4. The gender pay gap is….
      • a) The gap in time between equal wages for women and men
      • b) The difference between the earnings of men and women
      • c) The average sum of money earned by women
      • d) The percentage of women who earn more than men
    • 5. At 5.5%, Italy had the highest gender pay gap in the EU in 2020
      • a) True
      • b) False
        Estonia had the highest gender pay gap in the EU in 2020 at 21.8%
  • The tutor will summarise correct answers of the quiz and explain why/clarify