Igma Femina Newsletter Issue 2 – October 2017
Erasmus+ Igma-Femina is fast approaching its first year anniversary. So far, Igma-Femina has focused on the development of the project’s key transnational research report on the current services available to migrant, asylum seekers and refugee women with specific focus on gender-sensitive analysis.
The partnership mapped out existing migration/integration services available in all the countries involved in the project, carrying out interviews with refugee, asylum seekers and migrant women. Partners have promoted the programme, throughout Sweden, the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Greece and Ukraine as well as internationally.
Our second newsletter outlines progress to date, comparative study and impact analysis, and updates from our key partners. The newsletter can be found here:- Igma-Femina newsletter October 2017
Euro-iVET Newsletter Issue 1 – January 2017
Euro-iVET (initial Vocational and Educational Training) is a transnational European Social Funded project working across the UK, France, Germany, Ireland and Sweden. The project will support Vocational and Educational Training (VET) professionals’ who are working in European inner-city, multi-cultural settings supporting young people who often are at risk of not sustaining or under-achieving within initial VET.
Our first newsletter outlines progress to date, comparative study and impact analysis, and an interview with Sug Suhadevan, a stakeholder. The newsletter can be found here:- Euro-iVET Newsletter Issue 1_January 2017
Launch of new Igma Femina project
In December 2016, Shereen El-Shennawy, alongside partners from Greece, UK, Ukraine and Sweden attended a two day launch of the new Igma Femina Project.
Igma Femina is aimed at improving the accessibility of migrant/refugee women to (adult) education and providing gender-sensitive counselling so they are better able to enter the labour market.
The first newsletter can be found here:- Igma Femina newsletter 1_January 2017