The RIDE project aims at including migrant and refugee women into the digital labour market by specially designed courses and training. A major part of the project is dedicated to preparing them for accessing the labour market and raising awareness about women rights in the host countries.
The anticipated long-term impact of the project is to empower women and equip them with the necessary tools that will enable them to put in the right track their own integration process during and beyond the lifetime of the project.
During its 24-month lifetime, RIDE will productively and positively involve:
migrant and refugee women participating in tailor-made trainings
participants in each of the 6 ‘Info Day’ events per country
participants per country in each of the 6 ‘Job Placement Fairs’
companies/social businesses/start-ups per country facilitating the job-placement programme
RIDE at a glance
- 1 Preliminary Study in order to ease the mapping of the potentially interested private companies, start-ups and social businesses in each country
- 1 Website
- 400 hours mentorship and coaching and empowerment per country
- 1 Booklet of Guidelines to assess the skills of the participants and direct them towards the most suitable courses
- Local awareness raising campaigns as well as a European awareness raising campaign
- 2 Recruitment sessions per country
- 1 interactive crowd-map (containing at least 100 job cross-references)
- 1 full-day main event in Brussels to present the project’s activities and results, while gathering at least 60 people (10 key stakeholders from foreign countries, experts, beneficiaries).