UPCOMING WOMEN

The consortium meeting in presence in Palermo

 

On the 3rd of November the partners of the project UPCOMING WOMEN Low skilled women’ empowerment through global competence and mentorship [2021-1-BG01-KA220-ADU-000028365] – met in person for their 3rd Transnational Project Meeting in Palermo to discuss the implementation of the activities, its results and the next steps of the project. The Consortium is made of Partners from different countries to build innovation at a global level and ensure a broad transferability and sustainability of the project. Specifically, they come from: Bulgaria, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece, and Turkey.

The project started in November 2021 and aims to empower and upskill low-skilled women in situations of vulnerability in order to become more globally competitive and so to boost their social and labor inclusion. 

Additionally, the project targets skilled professionals by equipping them with globally adequate and gender-based digital tools and mentoring methodologies to improve their work with low-skilled women and in situations of vulnerability and better support them. 

Specifically, the leaders of the project results 1 “Interactive Microlearning Courses” and 2 “Experimental Workshopsupdated on the status of the activities and organized, with all the Consortium, the next steps to be taken to start the pilot phases of both courses and workshops. All the contents will be available in digital format in 7 different languages.

Moreover, project result 3 “Mentorship Programmewas presented by its leader and all partners have chosen a domain to start developing the contents of the programme.

Concerning the dissemination, the second Newsletter will be shared soon with the project’s stakeholders to update them on the status of the project, the results that the Consortium has already achieved and the next steps.

The partners will meet again online in March 2023 to share their results and set up the next activities.

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