2007 Male Participation in Anti-Violence National Play Competition Award Ceremony
A total of 10 teams from the high schools, 15 teams from the junior high schools, and 23 teams from the elementary schools in the nation competed in the competition. All the participating teams were highly devoted and creative towards this competition and utilized the limited grants to design and produce plays that were clear in their themes with touching stories and finely designed stage arts.
The panel of judges organized by a team of gender equality educators and experts, private welfare organizations, and theater professionals were amazed by the brilliant stage performances. These students not only know how to utilize the elements of theater art but also their plays to present the accurate knowledge of gender discrimination, gender stereotypes, and gender bias.
Learning happily and learning through games have been the ways encouraged and promoted by the Ministry of Education. In this theater competition, teachers and students achieved teaching and learning through fun and interesting ways. It is a successful demonstration of education, and the brilliant performances deepened the students' cognition for gender equality and sexual violence prevention.