The first part of the guidelines briefly introduces general characteristics of the two mobility activities: EVS and Job Shadowing, and highlights important steps and recommendations that might be helpful to consider before the implementation of the mobility activities in order to avoid or easily overcome possible obstacles and challenges.
In the second part of the guidelines we present some useful examples of non-formal methods for working with (female) youth, aiming to enlarge their working perspective and improve competences that are necessary for an individual to become an active citizen and to make a change in the field of gender inequality.
Guidelines are meant for youth workers and organisations, motivated to apply for an Erasmus+ project which include mobility activities between Programme and Partner Countries or for organisations which already applied for a project and are about to implement mobility activities within Erasmus+ KA2, Capacity building in the field of Youth, for the first time.
These guidelines are a tool to support you and can be used in any context and country.
ABOUT THE PROJECT:
Equality for Change project aims at exchanging good practices in the field of women empowerment, non-formal education and gender equality promotion. Furthermore, it is striving to improve the communication competences in the field of multimedia use and to implement new knowledge in the local environments, with the goal of greater empowerment and a more active social participation of women.
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