Women empowerment: new life in new country 

 

Project number: 2020‐1‐NO01‐KA204‐076444

 

"Women empowerment: new life in new country" is Erasmus+ strategic partnership project (01.09.2020 - 28.02.2022) of four partners' organisations from Norway, Estonia, France and Italy who work with women migrants and refugees.

 

Partners would like to collect and exchange good practices and create E-Brochure for newcomers and, first of all, women and women with children. This project has focus on women empowerment and because of that is relevant to Council of Europe Gender Equality Strategy 2018-2023.

 

The main target group of this project will be leaders of partners organisations who need to develop and improve own competences as adult educators and learn how to empower own learners. Final beneficiaries are adults - young and seniors, particularly women and women with children with migrant or refugee background. Specific target group is divorced women who were marriage with local men.

 

The objectives of the project are:

 

* to share good practices among project partners about work with main target groups,

* to increase professional development of adult leaders of partners' organisations/educators,

* to collect and develop materials for project E-Brochure,

* to develop and reinforce European networks for teaching and learning,

* to enrich the network of adult education providers in Europe.

 

Project partners:

 

Tidskrift Landsmann from Norway (coordinator)

Mittetulundusühing MITRA from Estonia

VIE ET CROISSANCE from France

World Alliance of Russian-Speaking Women from Italy

 

Project activities include:

• organisation of transnational meetings and local activities;

• preparation and implementation of training course;

• collection of materials for E-Brochure;

• monitoring and evaluation process;

• dissemination of project results.

 

Partners will share information about different challenges in project partners' countries and different tools to overcome them. They are interested to use already existing and also new methods during the project: round tables, workshops, training, peer learning, mentorship, etc.

 

Partners plan to use different methods for collecting good practices: research of laws, official documents, publications, social media, interviews, etc. Video and storytelling process also will be used as attractive and efficient methods in adult education.

 

There will be three transnational meetings during the project in Bergen, Tallinn and Milan and one short-term joint staff training event in Vanves, France, also local and dissemination activities.

 

The main result of this project will be the development and improvement of competences and the creation of E-Brochure for adult educators and learners - newcomers to European countries. 

 

Partners decided that E-Brochure will be in English, so it can be disseminated in Europe. Some parts will be in national languages (about law, culture, traditions), so it will be possible

to disseminate additional samples on the national level. As Brochure is electronic product, it will be possible to create few different versions - for European and national dissemination.

It will be possible to add new materials created by project partners, other adult education providers and different stakeholders even after project end.

 

The expected impact will concern participants and organisations directly involved in the project implementation. They will gain new competences, will be influenced by successful activities and encourage other people to take initiative and to think about gender equality, women empowerment and about their personal development.

 

Project is approved by Norwegian Agency for International Cooperation and Quality Enhancement in

Higher Education.

 

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This document has been produced with the assistance of the European Union. The contents of this document are the sole responsibility of the project partners and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.