The purpose of this 3 day project meeting was to share their best practice between in N Ireland and how women are supported to return to work or set up business in this region with partners from Sweden, Poland and Turkey.
The Women Return to Work Project is two year project funded through
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships.
The partners are from: Sweden, Poland, Turkey, N Ireland (UK)
The aim of the project is to prepare women of all ages (local, migrant, refugee and disabled) to return to employment or entrepreneurship after a period of economic inactivity by developing their key skills and competencies to improve labour mobility especially in rural areas where finding employment can be more difficult by providing them with explore opportunities to create employment.
This training in Brussels was to provide the latest updates and new on EU policies and programmes and what it BREXIT might mean for funding after the UK leaves the EU.
The objective of this visit was to share expertise and knowledge on agriculture and the practice of social farming on this region to share with the partners in the CRANE project.
The CRANE project is funded for 2yrs through Erasmus+ strategic partners for adult education with partners from the UK, Italy, Spain and Malta.
The aim of the project is to provide farmers involved in multifunctional farms with the skills and competencies required to fulfill their role of promoting and informing people about agriculture through non formal education.
The project will use the experiences of farmers across the partner regions who offer services/ activities to develop training to provide farmers with the necessary skills to develop or improve these services/ activities on their farms.
These two primary schools came together to share each others history and following a visit to Dublin they looked at how this region is governed. A visit to the local assembly in Stormont allowed them to sit in the chamber and debate the issues that were imported to them. The conduced their discussion as members of the local assembly and voted other positions to understand how the assembly make decisions.
Took part in training for social farmers to understand what is required from personal commitment to legislation.
Social Farming is the practice of offering activity on family farms as a form of social support service. In Social Farming the farm remains a working farm at its core but invites people to participate in the day to day activities of the farm.
The training was to connect with local social farmers to enable them to participate in the CRANE project to share their experiences of engaging in social farming.
The CRANE project is funded for 2yrs through Erasmus+ strategic partners for adult education. The project will use the experiences of farmers across the partner regions who offer services/ activities to develop training to provide farmers with the necessary skills to develop or improve these services/ activities on their farms.
This careers information day for Foyle College brought together people from all areas of work to share how they use languages regularly in their work locally and how they look to recruit people with languages skills.
The purpose of this workshop was to help locally elected representative look at the benefits of twinning with towns and regions in other parts of Europe.
Twinning is a European Union instrument for institutional cooperation between Public Administrations of EU Member States and of beneficiary or partner countries.
Twinning projects bring together public sector expertise from EU Member States and beneficiary countries with the aim of achieving concrete mandatory operational results through peer to peer activities.
Working with students in St Mary’s college to look at how we are surrounded by languages in every part of our life and how important it is to have some languages skill even if you don’t intend to move from this region to work.
This workshop was about promoting citizenship by understanding each others culture and traditions in this women’s centre which brings local women together with women who have moved to this area from other regions.
The meeting in London was hosted by the EU Commission Representation in the Uk and brought together the Europe Direct offices across the UK to provide a briefing and updates on the latest news on EU policies and programmes.
Europe Direct Northern Ireland is a European Commission information centre with a network of over 500 offices in each of the 28 member states. Europe Direct NI is the local contact point for information on citizens rights, EU funding, publications and materials to sources of information, EU policies and programmes.