On the past 26th of September, COSPE Onlus presented Project WhomeN and the first draft of the Platform in a Multiplier Event that took place in Verona (Italy) at a big event co-funded by Verona Municipality where many associations that work with migrant women and in the field of work orientation and placement were present. The Multiplier Events are crucial moments for … Continue reading Multiplier Event – COSPE Onlus (Italy)
After the research “Qualitative study on training needs of Women at risk of social exclusion”, we are finalizing the Protocol – the main output of WhomeN Project. This Protocol is divided in 5 sections – (1) Curricula on soft skills for women at risk of social exclusion; (2) Curricula on pedagogic material for trainers on soft skills, (3) Guidelines on how to implement protocol; (4) … Continue reading WhomeN Project PROTOCOL is almost ready
Transversal competences and soft skills for women with fewer opportunities. Protocol for the evaluation and recognition of soft skills – Curriculum for training trainers During the first week of April (1st to 5th of april), took place in Riga, Latvia, the second short-term training event and the third International Meeting to evaluate the implementation of the Protocol in women at risk of social exclusion. All partners … Continue reading C2 – Short-term joint staff training event (Riga, Latvia, from 1 – 5 April)
The reseach on women training needs has been published. Find bellow a short presentation and in ‘Project Results‘ you can find the Full Report and its Summary in several languages
QUALITATIVE STUDY ON TRAINING NEEDS OF WOMEN AT RISK OF SOCIAL EXCLUSION
The purpose of the study was to allow a step of fine tuning of the Project strategy with a deeper diagnosis of women situation, training needs and difficulties. With the study it will be easier to define soft skills acquisition/recognition paths and to better propose the experimentation of this protocol.
This study was conducted in seven countries, where women were divided in two main categories: (1) immigrant and refugee women from Germany, Italy (Veneto region), Romania and Spain (Andaluzia) and (2) women over 45 from Bulgaria, Latvia and Slovenia.
The research combined quantitative and qualitative methods, aiming at a bottom-up approach, involving directly the participants. It was developed in five steps: (1) research the state of the art, (2) collect statistical data for analysis, (3) conduct 158 interviews and analyse the questionnaires, (4) put in place seven focus group (one per country, 120 women in total) and (5) elaborate the SWOT analysis of the data collected.
My name is Vedrana Skocic and I was born in Jugoslavia where I finished my University degree in teaching in Primary school. In 1991, the problems started in Slovenia and we were not able to return neither to our homes nor to our jobs. Unwillingly, we were thrown into the historic event that made disappear forever my country and that forced me to emigrate, … Continue reading Read Vedrana Skocic testimonial as a migrant woman living and working in Italy