WhomeN project aims at building a protocol to foster a more comprehensive and inclusive recognition of professional competences and defining new paths for the acquisition of transversal skills for women at risk of exclusion.
The project started the 2nd of October 2017 and is coordinated by Fundación Aljaraque (Spain) and counts with 8 other partners AEBROM (Romania), CIK TREBNJE (Slovenia), COSPE (Italy), EUROYOUTH (Portugal), FJYC (Spain), GEN (Bulgaria), LAEA (Latvia) and LEB (Germany). See more in Partners Presentation.
The first international meeting happened the 13th December in Sevilla. In this meeting partners had the opportunity to meet and overview the whole project plan, calendar and task distribution.
The next step will be the implementation of a research to better define women at risk of exclusion training needs. After this protocol, guidelines and interactive resource platform will be developed and improved with the help of training courses for experts. In the final stage the Protocol will be tested with a group of women and presented in specific dissemination activities in all countries.
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