The territories involved in the ENI CBC Med Programme suffer from high unemployment rate and low participation of women in the labour market. At the same time, job growth is hindered by the low penetration of digital innovation in Mediterranean territories which hampers the capacity of small enterprises to find access to know-how or venture capital for innovation. With the aim of providing training in digital skills to women and know-how about digitalization approaches to businesspeople, INTERNISA will combine training in the digital sector with professional development in the agri-food, textile, tourism and financial sectors. To reach its objective, the project will develop online and offline services addressed to women and employers providing training curricula and personal consulting. Project activities will culminate with interventions related to match-making of labour demand and supply through an online platform and job fairs to foster contacts among job seekers and employers.
Developing the INTERNISA network of synergies to increase the number of digitally skilled women employed in the ENI CBC MED territories via matching demand and supply in the labour market.
A.3 Promotion of social inclusion and the fight against poverty
A.3.1 Professionalization of young people (NEETS) and women
Greece, Jordan, Spain, Tunisia, Lebanon, Palestine, Italy
To bridge the digital gender gap and provide marketable digital skills in Mediterranean territories by developing a network and a portal that brings closer the demand and supply of the labour market, providing women with digital skills, and delivering professional training in the agri-food, financial, textile, and tourism sectors.
During the project, the INTERNISA network will foster the hiring of 400 women trained in digital skills through short-term crowdworking & traineeships and long-term full-time jobs. INTERNISA’s impact is to provide an inexpensive and sustainable mechanism to ensure that businesspeople, women and public authorities have access to training and know-how to develop their digital skills.
Public authorities, through training packages and seminars, will provide their members with know-how on how to apply good policies for promoting women’s employment and digitalisation. The development of online and offline training curricula and tools will facilitate knowledge, skills development of public sector employees. Finally, the project will develop a series of policy recommendations to foster professionalization of women through digital skills.
|Role||Name of the organisation||Country||Region||Contact|
|Lead beneficiary||Region of Central Macedonia||Greece||Kentriki Macedonia|
|Partner 1||AL-Balqa Applied University –ABAU||Jordan||Al-Balga|
|Partner 2||Catalan Youth Agency, Department of Employment, Social Affairs and Families||Spain||Catalunya|
|Partner 3||Andalusian Federation of Towns and Provinces||Spain||Andalucia|
|Partner 4||ActionAid Hellas Non-Profit Organisation||Greece||Attiki|
|Partner 5||SQLI Services||Tunisia||Tunis|
|Partner 6||Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture of Beirut and Mount Lebanon||Lebanon||Lebanon|
|Partner 7||ActionAid Palestine||Palestine||Palestine|
|Partner 8||Arezzo Innovazione||Italy||Toscana|
|Role||Name of the organisation||Country|
|Associate 1||Camera di Commercio Arezzo-Siena||Italy|