The main idea of the project is to develop an educational path for mothers with migration background, especially those with fewer opportunities, and share good practices in the field of socio-economic integration and female entrepreneurship. This project aspire at creating a cooperation among associations in order to ameliorate their impact on adult education and increase the employability and the entrepreneur spirit of targeted women thanks to the sharing of educational path and the use of new tools and methods successfully experimented by the other partners.
The selection of the partners will take into account the specialty of each organization in order to create a complete framework including different aspects of education, work approach and methods as well as specific intervention tools.
During this 2-year-long project, beyond three transnational partners meetings, the project will include specific learning mobility for the staff and two joint mobility for the target groups and staff in order to create a physical space for exchanging experiences and ideas.
The project foresees 4 long-term staff mobilities (two months long each) in order to give the chance to four volunteers/social workers/educators of each association to work with
another organisation and experience its tools and methodologies. During the mobility experience the person involved will be a part of the hosting organizations’ daily activities and will receive a training-on-the-job on the specific tool and a deeper knowledge of the methodology behind it.
The volunteers/social workers/educators who will join in the mobilities will then organize and coordinate the local teaching activity using tools and methodologies concerning what he/she experienced during the mobility period. The local activities will last around two months each and be divided in different topics related to the needs of the targeted women.
There will also be two short-term mobilities (a week long each) which will involve both the target group and the staff members. These mobilities will take place after two local activities in order to give the chance to the women beneficiaries involved to share and compare different backgrounds, contexts and experiences with other participants from different partner countries and to share ideas for the future follow-up projects.
Consortium and sharing of best practices: The main idea of this process is to build capacities and skills, on one hand to form volunteers/social workers/educators that operate in the social field targeting women and on the other one to give to migrant women with children, who are under the risk of facing double discrimination for both their ethnic background and the patriarchal society, the opportunity to develop competences that will improve their capacities to participate in the labour market.
The consortium priority is to share the best practices in the field of adult education and to enhance hard and soft skills of the two main target groups. The two targets will be also the main element for the dissemination activities of the project being an integral part of the project and a key to an integrated best practice view and application. The output of the project will be a Guideline book with all the methodologies and tools experienced during the project meetings.