Are you a woman who wishes to learn more about the job market?

Do you want to improve your job-related skills?

Are you a professional and want to join our network of stakeholders?

About

Why NAME

NAME project was born from a partnership composed by six organisations from Denmark, Lithuania, Italy, Spain and Cyprus. We work together to reach our common goals in synergy with immigrant women who want to create their own independent life and with professionals and employees who wish to discover more on the great opportunities to be opened to new cultures.

We plan to:

Increase data collection and knowledge around the educational profiles, employment and living conditions of long-term unemployed immigrant women in Europe;

Develop a Jobpackage based on job-related language learning, training of basic competences, health and well-being recovery methods:

Create an assessment tool to monitor and evaluate the improvements in the women’s job-oriented skills and development;

Establish cross-sectoral Jobpackage Councils to build a sustainable contact with labour-market and healthcare authorities.

“There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a third power stronger than both, that of women.”

Malala Yousafzai

About

Objectives

The overall aim is to improve and enhance the opportunities for employment, self-support and a safe and independent everyday life within the framework of an equal citizenship in accordance with the needs and requirements among immigrant women in Europe.

Activities:

Mapping of immigrant women’s employment situations;

Development of a Jobpackage based on job-related language learning, training of basic competences, health and well-being recovery methods, through digital tools and personal learning apps;

Establishment of Jobpackage Councils consisting of relevant stakeholders such as local companies, job centers, social and healthcare authorities, vocational and other educational institutions;

Implement the Jobpackages and create an assessment tool to monitor and evaluate the improvements in the women’s labour-oriented skills and development;