- COCEMFE Sevilla and partner organisations: EUROKOM, Istituto dei sordi di Torino, University of Bari di Aldo Moro in Italy, Ecological Future Education in Latvia, ERFC in Greece, EYES Association in Bulgaria, PREVIFORM in Portugal and SEADDER and the Istanbul Gelisim University in Turkey, met in January, 13rd -14th 2021 to manage the implementation of READY WOMEN project.
- Objective of this initiative is the social inclusion of women with disabilities through the improvement of their labour opportunities at New Yields of employment in the EU regions participating in the project.
Seville, 14th January 2021
On January 13 and 14, the 4th transnational coordination meeting of the Ready Women for New Employments program was hold virtually. The main aim of the project is to train women with disabilities on the appropriate professional skills and TIC and communication competencies as well as Soft Skills. Through this innovative training initiative participant women in the project will improve their opportunities at new labour market.
Representatives of the entities EUROKOM, Istituto dei sordi di Torino, University of Bari di Aldo Moro in Italy, Ecological Future Education in Latvia, ERFC in Greece, EYES Association in Bulgaria, PREVIFORM in Portugal and SEADDER and the Istanbul Gelisim University in Turkey and the Provincial Federation of Associations of People with Physical and Organic Disabilities of Seville (COCEMFE Seville) participated in the meeting. During it, actions are agreed within the strategic lines for this period and until the end of the program, which will culminate with the celebration of an international meeting in Seville in July 2021, if the COVID-19 pandemic allows.
Thanks to this program and thanks to the co-financing of the Erasmus + programme of the European Union, COCEMFE Sevilla aims to provide women with disabilities with the appropriate skills to increase their self-esteem and security, so that they will be more active at the labour market finding new job opportunities that could arise linked to new yields of employment, and access to services on equal terms with the rest of society.