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Female TCNs integration in local communities through employability and entrepreneurship local oriented strategies

Name of the Project: ENFEM – Female TCNs Integration in Local Communities through Employability and Entrepreneurship Local Oriented Strategies

Project Number: GAP-101038287

Project Coordinator: Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal)

Type of Project: AMIF – Asylum, Migration and Inclusion Fund Project

Project Lifetime: 1st of December 2021 until 30th of November 2024


P2 – Stimmuli (Greece)

P3 – DA&DA – D’Antilles & D’Ailleurs (France)

P4 – CEIPES – International Center for the Promotion of Education and Development (Italy)

P5 – Municipality Quart de Poblet (Spain)

P6 – SIF – Socialiniu inovaciju fondas (Lithuania)

P7 – PATRIT – Peace Action, Training and Research Institute of Romania (Romania)

P8 – CSI – Center for Social Innovation Ltd (Cyprus)

P9 – EILD – European Institute for Local Development (Greece)

P10 – Municipality of Razkrižje (Slovenia)

P11 – SIKESO – Advisory Center for the Support of the Family (Cyprus)

P12 – ADDMA – Athens Municipality Development and Destination Management Agency (Greece)

P13 – VAF – Vital Aid Foundation (The Netherlands)

Aims and Objectives: The general objective of the project is to support the integration of TCNs in local communities – and, thus, society more generally – by achieving a better match between skills and demands in the EU’s labour markets, focusing specifically on female TCNs who have the lowest representation rate in labour force participation compared with male TCNs and European citizens.

Coordination of the project at ISCAP / Researchers involved:

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Fotografia investigador

Ana Luísa Martinho

Fotografia investigador

Manuel Moreira da Silva

Fotografia investigador

Joana Castro Fernandes

Fotografia investigador

Susana Bernardino

Fotografia investigador

Joana Querido

Fotografia investigador

Tiago Fernandes

Fotografia investigador

Helena Salazar

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