On the 7th of April 2022, the project partners organized a virtual conference for the culmination of the NAME project.
During the Conference, the partnership presented the results of the project and shared with relevant stakeholders active in the field of integration and adult education what has been done by the partnership in order to bring migrant women closer to the labour market. The consortium also shared with all participants the video developed as an overview of the project, which you can watch here.
Presenters discussed the needs assessment research that had been conducted during the fist part of the project and an overview of the online learning platform was given in order to give basic instructions on its functionalities.
Furthermore, the Final Conference represented a unique opportunity to present partner organisations’ experience on the ground. Indeed, presenters shared with the audience what has been done at the local level, reflecting on what have been the main challenges and considering successful methodologies and best practices to be implemented in the future. In this context, the feedback of the participants who took part in the activities was particularly relevant.
Then, the Online Jobpackage Methodology Catalogue was presented. The aim of the Online Jobpackage Methodology Catalogue is to collect and disseminate online the total Jobpackage Methodology as a user-friendly and operational catalogue. Thus, the aim is to give various, diverse and specific examples of the practical implementation of jobpackages from the actual implementation among the women in the project.
During the last month of the project implementation, the partnership worked for the organization of the Multiplier Events. During the Multiplier Events, diverse group of participants, ranging from local/regional/national professionals from the fields of integration and labour market efforts as well as policy makers and NGOS and women from civil society organizations will be invited to change ideas, reflections and methodical input for the successful integration of women with migrant background.