The WOWIT project aims to empower women and other disadvantaged ethnic, i.e. groups to create value on workmarket with equal opportunity. Around the world, finding a job is much tougher for women than it is for men. When women are employed, they tend to work in low-quality jobs in vulnerable conditions, and there is little improvement forecast in the near future. WOWIT, get the inclusive techniques behind the trends and learn more about removing barriers holding women back from decent work.
Project implements coordinating and NETWORKING small scale partnership
The WOWIT-Team partners websites:
BEST PRACTICE GUIDE
The Guide collects data from the 3 involved partner countries: Slovakia, Czech Republic and Slovenia and provides information about gender equality on the labor market from a country specific perspective. The Guide also shares 5 best practices: 5 organizations per each country, which work with women and help them with education, training and other supporting activities.
Course Book represents a compendium of different techniques and tools that can be used by trainers as well as women themselves to empower, enhance and enrich their skills and competences for an improved inclusion in the workmarket. Each technique and tool was not only applied several times by the trainer in their respective organization, but also tested and discussed in the “Training of the trainers” workshop of WOWIT. The Course Book covers several different areas that aim at different skills and fields: Communication Techniques, followed by Mediation and Facilitation Skills, and Economic Legislation and HR Issues.
EVALUATION CONTEXT GRID
The evaluation context grid (ECG) encompasses factors that affect participation in
educational programs from the viewpoint of the listed vulnerable target groups. The ECG
is based on practical experiences gained by the participating organizations and thus
proven to have a positive impact on participant’s continuation within the started program.
The WOWIT-Team, FutuReg from Slovakia, Društvo Novus from Slovenia, and Rovnovážka from the Czech Republic, cooperated on several events and worked on documents that are aiming to become an inspiration not only for participants and the team members but also for other organisations and entities at national and international levels.
The project was co-funded by the European Union 2021-1-SK01-KA210-ADU-000034089.