NAME – New Actions for Migrant womEn

Home / Projects / Migration / NAME – New Actions for Migrant womEn


  • To increase data collection and knowledge around the educational profiles, employment and living conditions of long-term unemployed immigrant women in Europe;
  • To enhance opportunities for employment, self-support and a safe and independent everyday life for immigrant women;
  • To improve awareness of the specific needs of unemployed immigrant women among relevant stakeholders and build a sustainable contact with labour-market and healthcare authorities;


  • Mapping of immigrant women’s employment situations;
  • Development of a Job package concept based on a holistic combination of job-related language learning, general training of basic competencies, health and well-being recovery methods, facilitated through digital tools and personal learning apps;
  • Establishment of cross-sectoral Jobpackage Councils consisting of relevant stakeholders such as local companies, job centres, social and healthcare authorities, vocational and other educational institutions, to advise and facilitate the planning and provision of targeted interventions;
  • Recruitment of approximately 125-175 women within the selected segments and implementation of job packages with the collaboration of the local Jobpackage Councils;
  • Implementation of an assessment tool to monitor and evaluate the improvements in the women’s labour-oriented skills and development;


  • NAME Jobpackage concept and segment-based Jobpackage;
  • NAME Jobpackage assessment tool;
  • Cross-sectoral Jobpackage Councils;
  • Online-based Jobpackage Methodology;
  • NAME Multiplier event.


  • Enhanced unemployed immigrant women’s linguistic and labour-oriented skills and increased their educational and employment opportunities;
  • Improved knowledge and awareness of the needs and requirements within different segments of immigrant women among a wider range of stakeholders, including political decision-makers within employment authorities as well as social and healthcare services and education actors;
  • A clear and measurable improvement of a sustainable contact to the local/regional labour-market among the participating women, whereas sustainable contact may range from brief internships to permanent hiring;
  • An increased understanding among women of dynamic health recovery and improvement of their actual health, mentally and/or physically. 


The project

Project Number

Date of the project

01/09/2019 – 30/04/2022

DG of reference

DG Erasmus+ KA2 – Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices – Strategic Partnerships for adult education




Info & contacts

Follow the project updates >>


Visit the website
    Jordan has stolen my heart.

    Jordan has stolen my heart.

    BEFORE LEAVING CESIE gave us a wonderful Christmas present when, at the beginning of December, we learnt about the Winter Camp that would be held in Jordan in March 2022. It seemed like the perfect ending to a unique, personal experience: InnovAgroWoMed. It was so...

    How to embed artistic practices within school curricula?

    How to embed artistic practices within school curricula?

    Through the ArtED project and the guides for teachers, parents and tutors, we want to provide the possibility for these students to experiment within their class group different artistic practices, ranging from the Theatre of the Oppressed to creative writing.