In the Erasmus+ ‘Learn Abroad to do Better at home for Gender Equality’ strategic partnership project, partners from six European countries (Hungary, Denmark, Italy, UK, Romania and Spain) will work together, share methodologies and best practices on how they can effectively contribute to gender equality and the women’s empowerment agenda in Europe.

1st October 2020 - 31st May 2023

Partners believe that gender equality is fundamental to delivering on the promises of sustainability, peace and human progress as it is framed in the UN Sustainable Development Goals and Agenda 2030.

During the 32 month long project period, 4 participatory visits and 1 international training course will provide opportunities to learn about gender concepts and develop knowledge, skills and wider competencies to promote social development and enhance entrepreneurial performance of girls and women.

During the online kick-off meeting in October 2020, partners agreed to support mainstreaming gender equality by creating a Policy Commitment Position Paper and a Methodological Guideline, while building local networks to promote gender equality and equity.

If you are interested to find out more, you can also check out our Flyer: LAB4GE Flyer ASFAR

Through our #LAB4GE project Asfar and project partners will issue also LAB4GE Newsletters. The Newsletter will have a rich content on gender equality and will provide the reader with a diverse selection of news from all the partner countries, with statistics, reports, methodologies, good practices and more. As well as some Editions will have a focus on a specific topic, like the second edition focused on the impact of COVID-19 on women, specifically on working women.

You can access the Newsletters below:
If you as an organisation would like to find out more about the LAB4GE Commitment paper, you can also check it out here LAB4GE – Commitment Paper vs ENG and contact us at resolve@asfar.org.uk to find out more.

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