[Qualitative Study] – COSPE

  Assessment of Training Needs by COSPE – Cooperazione per lo Sviluppo dei Paesi Emergenti Onlus (Italy)   30 migrant women have participated in the initial research process of the project Whomen, which was carried out in Verona in the month of March 2018 through individual questionnaires and a focus group.  Women migrating from different part of the world have been involved, most of them … Continue reading [Qualitative Study] – COSPE

[Qualitative Study] – AIDRom

Assessment of Training Needs by AIDRom Association (Romania) Refugee women participated in Romania, Timisoara, in our project research regarding job opportunities and personal skills. 24 refugee women from all the country, originally from Syria, Iraq, Somalia, Afghanistan, Eritrea, Nigeria and Cameroon, took part in the research that took place in 2 phases: an individual questionnaire and a focus group. In 2017 in Romania there were 4820 asylum requests and 1309 persons were … Continue reading [Qualitative Study] – AIDRom

[Qualitative Study] – GEN

Assessment of Training Needs by Association GENERATIONS (Bulgaria)   At Generations several meetings and discussions took place with different partners around a common topic: “Women at risk of social exclusion – what support and training do women aged 45+ need to best assure their adaptation to the new requirements of the labour market, that changed due to demographic and economic conditions?”   Continue reading [Qualitative Study] – GEN

[Qualitative Study] – LAEA

Assessment of Training Needs by LAEA – Latvian Adult Education Association (Latvia)   More discussions took place in the frame of Erasmus + Project WhomeN. This month, an evaluation of soft skills and discussion about the situation of women +45 in the labour market was organized in Sigulda, Latvia. Brochures were shared to Latvian NGO to disseminate information about the Projects’ aims and activities.   Continue reading [Qualitative Study] – LAEA

[Qualitative Study] – Aljaraque

Assessment of Training Needs by Fundación Aljaraque (Spain)  WhomeN project, co-funded by the Erasmus + Programme of the European Union, is investigating through its project coordinator and Spanish partner, the Aljaraque Foundation, the training needs of immigrant women at risk of social exclusion as well as the difficulties they face to access to this training. The research aims to improve employment opportunities for these women in the European Union.   … Continue reading [Qualitative Study] – Aljaraque