A guide to SSE entrepreneurship from a gender perspective
Quartiers du Monde (QDM) publishes the guide “Accompanying social and solidarity entrepreneurship with a gender perspective”. The purpose of this document is to provide tools for alternative entrepreneurship for women’s socio-economic autonomy.
European Vocational Training Association – EVTA and ENAIP NET are organising as part of the JOB&Orienta 2020, an event called “Stay Stem, Say Women – Act for Equal Opportunities Between Women and Men in Economic Development”. “Everyone has the right to quality and inclusive education, training and life-long learning in order to maintain and acquire skills that enable them to participate fully in society and manage successfully transitions in the labour market.”
The first Output of the EmploySSE project is now online!
This guide is a methodological framework for implementing VET in SSE related subjects. It aims to introduce the SSE occupational area in the VET system and particularly to trainers.
As such, it shall provide trainers with knowledge, skills, attitudes and competences that will enable them to effectively prepare curricula, specific modules, assessment and training evaluation. Furthermore, it will examine suitable methodologies according to a needs’ analysis implemented beforehand.
Four webinars within the topic “Beyond the Covid-19 emergency”, organised by RIPESS, discussed solidarity experiences of different local projects that are providing solutions in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.These are actions that have been developed from the centre of the community, among the neighbours and that have put life in the centre at a time when everything was falling apart.
Social Solidarity Economy as an answer to the crisis
VIDEO FROM CONFERENCE 👥 Social Solidarity Economy as an answer to the crisis
Video 🎞 from the international conference Social Solidarity Economy as an answer to the crisis taking place in Prague on 3rd September 2020.
The conference was organized by Ecumenical Academy (Ekumenická akademie) under the project School of Alternatives (Škola alternativ) and financed by Rosa Luxemburg Foundation (Nadace Rosy Luxemburgové)
EAEA Virtual Annual Conference: Outreach and Access in Adult Learning, 19-20 November 2020
Is it possible to make outreach and access a reality in times of COVID-19? What are the (new) roles of adult learning providers and educators? What policy environment is needed, and how can we make the most out of Upskilling Pathways to improve outreach and access? During this two-day conference you will hear the experiences of adult learning professionals who found creative ways to support their learners during the crisis, and you will get to share your reflections on key issues such as digital exclusion, targeted outreach strategies or learning festivals in times of COVID-19 and beyond.