Make Mothers Matter is delighted to have been selected by the European Network of Migrant Women to join the European Advisory Board, created to monitor, evaluate and advise the AMIF-funded project “MUMS AT WORK”.
The other members of the Advisory Board are experts from a variety of backgrounds and countries (Italy, Ireland, France, Belgium and Greece).
The project aims to increase employability, sustainable income and social integration of migrant mothers aged 25-40. One of the goals of MUMS AT WORK is to raise awareness of and influence key stakeholders (businesses, public sector, local communities, general public) on the importance and mutual benefits of supporting economic and labour integration of migrant mothers in the EU.
Additionally, the project aims to create a replicable model that can be used and integrated at policy-level, by relevant decision-making bodies, including at the EU and national levels.
MUMS AT WORK is funded by the European Union’s Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund and coordinated by Pro Arbeit (Germany), in partnership with Vital Aid Foundation (the Netherlands), Solution: Solidarité & Inclusion (France), C.I.D.I.S. Onlus (Italy), Asociación Bienestar (Spain), Synthesis Centre (Cyprus) and the European Network of Migrant Women (Belgium/EU).
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Make Mothers Matter is delighted to have been selected by the European Network of Migrant Women to join the European Advisory Board, created to monitor, evaluate and advise the AMIF-funded project “MUMS AT W
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