Social Inclusion of Women Through Global Competencies
- Topic: Inclusion, promoting equality and non-discrimination Reception and integration of refugees and migrants Promoting gender equality
- Programme : Erasmus+
- Sector : Adult Education
- Project ID: No –2021-2-TR01-KA210-ADU-000048795
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- Start: 5/01/2022
- Finish: 9/01/2023
- Total Grant: 60,000.00€
Participating Countries: 3
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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The Advance Project aims at fostering the global competencies of disadvantaged women to contribute to their social inclusion and employability. Twenty-first century citizens live in an interconnected, diverse and rapidly changing world. Emerging economic, digital, cultural, demographic, environmental forces and global diseases (like COVID-19) are shaping everyone’s lives around the planet, and increasing intercultural encounters on a daily basis. To cope with this complex environment, it is urgent to foster global competence and equip all, not only the adults of tomorrow, but also the adults of today, with the necessary know-how and tools to use global competence. According to the OECD PISA global competence framework, global competence is a multidimensional capacity. Globally competent individuals can: – live harmoniously in multicultural communities – thrive in a changing labour market – use digital media platforms effectively and responsibly – support the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – pursuit lifelong learning and stay curious, open, and get active
A1 – Creating training content for disadvantaged women on; Why does global competence matter? Examine issues of local, global and cultural significance Recognise perspectives and world views of others Communicate ideas effectively across cultures through face to face and online channels. Take action for active citizenship and sustainable development
- A2 – Creating training content for adult trainers working with disadvantaged women on the same topics as A2.
- A3 – Providing trainings to disadvantaged women as piloting
- A4 – Creation of e-learning platform and testing the content and platform with adult trainers
- A5 – Management Activities
Innovation Hive is responsible the activity A4, creation of the e-learning platform . Also, we are activly involve in the implementation of the whole project.
The Project is shaped around Global Competencies (GC) that can be described as the skills, values and behaviors that prepare people to thrive in a more diverse, interconnected world. The project targets disadvantaged women especially the ones that are from different cultural backgrounds from the hosting country or city (external & internal migration). The Project contributes to the G.C of these women to help their social inclusion and employment. We also target professionals working with women
🇹🇷 Kagithane Ilce Milli Egitim Mudurlugu
🇬🇷 INNOVATION HIVE
🇹🇷 EYUP HEM
🇷🇴 Asociatia Romana de Literatie