The SMART Volunteering for Female Migrants is a multi-agency cooperation project, between civil society, business community and migrant women in five European states, designed to promote better integration and active participation of Third Country National (TCN) females in socio-economic life of European societies.

Based on the empirical evidence of the barriers to integration faced by migrant women, the project builds on the innovative practices and tools developed in the business, promotion and civil advocacy sectors adjusting them to the grass root needs of TCN females, with an aim to create a structured corridor for up-scaling and transfer of migrant women’s skills between the two sectors.

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1. To create a comprehensive European Competence framework bridging the needs of

  • third country migrant women
  • third sector NGOs
  • business sector in the area of volounteering and social integration of migrant women

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2. To increase female migrants' capacity for impactful and sustainable socio-cultural participation in host countries

in order to stimulate strategic investment in social activities, to facilitate their agency in overcoming internal gender barriers, to create a sustainable path of transition from non formal social activities to sustainable social projects.


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3. To diversify and increase flexibility of voluntary and business sectors

where third country migrant women seek to participate, exercise their social skills or seek employment.


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4. To improve the visibility,

social perceptions and societal value of migrant women in European societies.


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5. To create a multi-agency cooperation

among business sector, civil society and migrant women in Europe.


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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
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