Internet and new technologies have a central place in our daily lives, it is thus necessary to promote the use and access to this digital environment for all citizens. Hence, this project’s goal is to support & encourage the use of ICT from a gender perspective to empower adolescents female migrants, whose difficulties in digital technology are compounded by cultural and gender-based discrimination.
Thus, the project objectives are to facilitate the exchange of good practices among youth workers from partner countries; to create a network at the European level to facilitate the use of technologies by adolescent migrant women; to train youth workers and youth leaders on gender perspective and gender mainstreaming in the use of ICT; and to develop a web portal with educational material and guides.
The training course will be attended by 20 participants and will focus on developing competences on the use of digital technologies for immigrant adolescent women to further integrate gender dimension and mainstreaming in the use of digital technologies. Participants will transfer and apply acquired skills and experiences within their work, where 200 youth workers will benefit from the training outputs.
Through the use of training course outputs in different exploitation activities for outcome, it's planned to train & support more than 500 adolescents female migrant to use digital technologies as a means of social inclusion. In addition, educational materials and guides on the web portal will provide resources and information to a large number of immigrant adolescent women throughout Europe and beyond.
08 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
85% GOES TO PROGRAMMES
35 PROJECTS EXECUTED
50 PARTNERS ENGAGED
1200 YOUTH REACHED/YEAR