CARDET has successfully implemented a series of trainings in March 2019 under the project SMART Volunteering for Female Migrants involving people from NGOs, social workers, volunteers and the business sector.

The story of a female migrant entrepreneur who employed almost 150 Italians

This is the interesting story of Marie Terese Mukamitsindo, founder and president of the Karibu Cooperative, received the MoneyGram Award for her work and as Migrant Entrepreneur of The Year.

Workshop Invitation - Cyprus

Το SMART Volunteering for Female Migrants είναι ένα έργο σχεδιασμένο για την προώθηση της καλύτερης ενσωμάτωσης και της ενεργούς συμμετοχής των Γυναικών από Τρίτες Χώρες στην κοινωνικό-οικονομική ζωή της Ευρώπης. Το έργο χρηματοδοτείται από το ταμείο ασύλου, μετανάστευσης και ένταξης της Ευρωπαϊκής Κομισιόν.

smart volunteering workshop

Το SMART Volunteering for Female Migrants είναι ένα έργο σχεδιασμένο για την προώθηση της καλύτερης ενσωμάτωσης και της ενεργούς συμμετοχής των Γυναικών από Τρίτες Χώρες στην κοινωνικό-οικονομική ζωή της Ευρώπης. Το έργο χρηματοδοτείται από το ταμείο ασύλου, μετανάστευσης και ένταξης της Ευρωπαϊκής Κομισιόν.

Elan Interculturel gives the opportunity to people working in NGOs, social workers and volunteers in Paris to be trained in social inclusion of migrant women in European Societies.

MOOCs4Inclusion: A comprehensive catalogue of learning resources to bolster integration

MOOCs4Inclusion has successfully completed its quest to map and catalogue available free digital learning (FDL) initiatives for migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.

1st Newsletter

The 2nd Newsletter of ‘SMART Volunteering’ project is out! In this issue you may find an interesting report in relation to migrant volunteering. "Perceptions, Experience and Barriers among Migrant Women, NGOs and Private Sector"

1st Newsletter

The 1st Newsletter of ‘SMART Volunteering’ is a fact! What ‘SMART Volunteering’ is?

The consortium of the SMART project is proud to announce that the report entitled "Volunteering: Experience and Barriers among Migrant Women, NGOs and Private Sector in Six European Countries" is now ready.

Migrant women all around the world have different faces, dreams and realities, and help sustain our economies, homes and communities.


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