The main aim of our I'm active+ project was to raise employability of women in Europe in the age group between 20-64, especially among those with fewer opportunities by improving the level of their key competencies and skills and thus making them more compatible to the needs of the labour market and society in general. The project enabled disadvantaged groups to take part in lifelong learning programmes, career guidance and counselling, and reached its final phase in September 2016. As a result of the joint effort of project partners from Slovenia, Croatia, Italy, Turkey and France, two publications were issued, both dealing with integration of migrants into the host society, with special attention given to entering the labour market. The partnership consisted of educational and non-governmental organizations, with Vera Mlinar of the Slovenian Institute for Adult Education as the external expert responsible for the final revision of both documents produced in the project.
The second intellectual output of the project, Curriculum and recommendations of the programme for promoting social integration of women - third country nationals (stressing their integration into the labour market) is adaptable to different target groups, while its main quality lies in the fact that it has been tested in all project countries and then carefully revised and modified according to the experience gained during the pilot implementations of this programme.