About the Project
The ENFEM project is funded by the AMIF program of the European Union, and aims at supporting the integration of migrant women into local communities they are living in – and, thus, into society more generally.
The project will support the creation and development of local multi-stakeholder networks composed of local authorities, market actors, NGOs, TNCs based and women organizations in participating countries. These networks, through a bottom-up approach will develop local strategies to support migrant women, in alignment with the needs of local communities.
The project will provide training opportunities in the fields of language learning, working rights and entrepreneurship skills, while at the same time it will engage in awareness raising among local actors and citizens about the substantial benefits and positive impact of removing existing barriers to the inclusion of migrant women in the labor market. The trainings will be implemented through in-class sessions and will also be available in an online interactive training platform.
The project will bring together migrant women with local stakeholders and professionals, in order to develop mutual understanding and cooperation. At the same time, it will bring together stakeholders from the private and the public sector and enable their active participation and contribution to migrant women’s employability and entrepreneurship.
Full title: Women TCNs Integration in Local Communities through Employability and Entrepreneurship Local Oriented Strategies
The participating countries and partner organizations are: ISCAP (Portugal), STIMMULI (Greece), DA&DA (France), CEIPES (Italy), Municipality Quart de Poblet (Spain), Socialiniu inovaciju fondas (SIF) (Lithuania), PATRIR (Romania), CSI (Cyprus), EILD (Greece), Municipality of Razkrižje (Slovenia), SIKESO (Cyprus), Athens Municipality Development and Destination Management Agency (Greece), VAF (The Netherlands).