Empowerment of Migrant Women: three days of training from the Together We Can project in Potenza.

Empowerment of Migrant Women: three days of training from the Together We Can project in Potenza.

Empowerment of Migrant Women: three days of training from the Together We Can project in Potenza. 



From April 16th to 18th, 15 trainers and educators from Germany, Cyprus, Austria, and Portugal, engaged in the field of labor and entrepreneurial integration of migrant women in rural areas, actively participated in the activities of the ErasmusPlus project Together We Can, hosted in Potenza and organized by EXEO LAB. 

 

The main focus of the project is to promote entrepreneurial development by facilitating the labor integration of migrant women. Through collaboration among businesses, community leaders, public institutions, and education stakeholders, the project aims to promote the activism of migrant women, enabling their active participation in training and employment. 

 

The Learning, Teaching, Training Activity module of the project (LTTA), a three-day transnational training activity, represents the core of the project’s training program: it creates a dynamic hub of educators and trainers, united by common interest, determined to implement this program as a ‘successful model‘ that can be adopted and effectively applied in other diverse territorial and national contexts. 

 

The Erasmus Plus Learning, Teaching and Training Activities (LTTA), emphasizing mobility, training, and knowledge exchange in the field of education and vocational training, represent a significant opportunity for mobility and international cooperation in the field of education and vocational training, fostering international cooperation and enriching educational experiences through participation in international learning programs. 

 

During the three days of training, participants were engaged in a series of dynamic activities such as presentations, discussions, group sessions, and field visits. Special attention was given to the theme of exchange and empowerment of participants in actively using the ‘Together We Can methodology‘ in their local activities, i.e., the Together We Can training programs along with monitoring and networking activities. 

 

The Together We Can project is indeed a fundamental resource for facilitating the integration of migrant women, not only in education and employment but also in the social fabric of rural communities. Its inclusive and action-oriented methodology offers a positive and tangible outlook for the future of migrant women and the communities in which they live.”

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