Guidance approach to encourage adult women’s lifelong learning, skills development and resilience to access opportunities and succeed in the labour market
Digital Empow(H)er connects the issues concerning the structural weaker position of women within the labour market such as low mobility, lower paid and care duties rights with the increasing digital upskilling requirement to access opportunities.
The project is based on a co-design, peer-led participatory cooperation actions and approaches, thus providing the ground for innovative and relevant working packages, adaptable, sustainable and transferable to many other contexts and, transversally, to all labour market and social inclusion guidance services.
- Blueprint for empowerment, lifelong learning and employability of women.
- Training Curriculum for guidance practices focusing on women competencies
- Practitioners at work: User validation of guidance training to empower women in a digital working environment.
- Methodological guidelines and best practice recommendations