• Project – Inclusion of Ethnic Minority Women in the Labor Market
    Project – Inclusion of Ethnic Minority Women in the Labor Market

    funded by the EU

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This project is funded by the European Union and is implemented by WCI ANTICO and CARE Deutschland-Luxemburg e.V.

Recent posts

Research on women’s employability
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The Research on women’s employability which was conducted within the project. The research is available on the following link Project Study Report_All languages_EU Project_Inclusion of Ethnic Minority Women in the Labor Market  

Project Facts and Results
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Project facts and results_EU Project_Inclusion of Ethnic Minority Women in the Labor Market

Invitation for the final project conference under the moto “She is building future”
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On July 5th 2017 (on Wednesday), at 11:00 AM in the Hotel Holiday In Skopje, WCI ANTIKO and CARE Deutschland/Luxembourg e.V. are organizing the final conference for the EU project “Inclusion of Ethnic Minority Women in the Labor Market”. On … Read More

TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR FACILITATORS
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Terms of reference for events organized to share information and establishment of dialogue with the social partners in the area of inclusion of women from ethnic minorities in the labor market, for the municipalities Skopje, Tetovo, Bitola, Kumanovo and Stip. CARE and … Read More

CALL FOR OFFERS FOR PROVIDING VOCATIONAL TRAININGS IN SKOPJE, KUMANOVO, TETOVO, BITOLA AND STIP
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Women’s Civic Initiative ANTIKO from Skopje and CARE Deutschland/Luxembourg e.V, as part of the EU Project Inclusion of Ethnic Minority Women in the Labor Market, are publishing the following: CALL for offers for providing vocational trainings in Skopje, Kumanovo, Tetovo, … Read More

Calendar of workshops for March 2017
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Download the calendar for March 2017, for the upcoming trainings from the third cycle, aimed at ethnic minority women from Skopje, Kumanovo, Stip, Tetovo and Bitola. The trainings are part of the project “Inclusion of Ethnic Minority Women in the Labor … Read More