Want to find out a little more about the TEACH DIGITAL Erasmus+ project, meet the partners who are making all of this possible then just keep reading…

The digital gender gap persists across Europe – “gender inequality in the digital sphere is a result of the persistence of strong unconscious biases about what is appropriate and what capacities each gender has, as well as about the technologies themselves.” Women, especially those from migrant backgrounds, face higher levels of gender stereotypes and discrimination which reduce their motivation and access to the digital training.

Teach Digital thus has a clear objective: increase the ability and motivation of educators working with low-skilled, low-qualified women from migrant and ethnic minority backgrounds to use cultural and gender appropriate learning strategies and digital tools in order to make learning digital more attractive, relevant and boost their professional and personal development.

Our project has a strong and cross representational consortium involving 6 partners from 6 countries

Go Women Alliance

Go-Woman Alliance CIC (GOAL) was established in 2011 as a social enterprise which seeks to address social exclusion and increase innovation amongst minority ethnic communities. A minority-led organisation, their specialism lies with working with disadvantaged communities, including migrants, asylum seekers, refugees, women and young people. GOAL quickly became a lighthouse of support for individuals from ethnic backgrounds. For example, in the greater Birmingham area they help minorities – including migrants and refugees – move into meaningful employment or self-employment and integrate with society. GOAL also utilises their expertise in the field of social innovation and enterprise to help organisations develop their strategic and operational capabilities and work towards a quality standard that will help organisations to be ‘fit for purpose’.

Latvian Adult Education Association

Headquartered in Riga, Latvian Association of Adult Education (LAEA) is a scientific non-profit network of 1860 adult educators, trainers and researchers based all over Latvia. Founded in 1993, Over the years, LAEA has become a recognised and very active community of practice in Adult Education and research. LAEA’s vision is to enhance social, organisational and human potential through Adult Education. LAEA has valuable competence in the use of experiential and innovative ways of learning, the use of digital technology in education and learning through the use of Art. It actively works to expand adult educator competencies through training the trainers, and programs for adults.


Firm believers in life long learning, education is at the heart of everything we do. Training, mentoring and online learning are three things we engage in professionally and three things we promote in our work. Founded in 2003, we have grown rapidly in size and now employs 24 staff and subcontractors and equips over 600 learners per annum through classroom training and thousands more through online and blended learning with lifelong learning skills and tools. Momentum has particular experience and capacity in delivering training for hard to reach groups including youth, women, migrants and those most distant from the labour market.

European Network of Migrant Women

European Network of Migrant Women (ENoMW) is the only Europe-wide feminist umbrella organisation that directly represents the opinion of migrant and refugee women and girls at a European and International level. ENoMW diverse membership includes the women of Arab, African, Asian, Latin American and Eastern European descent, it’s membership is vast and extends to over 50 migrant women grass-root and advocacy groups across 20 European countries. ENoMW strive to combat discrimination and promote the rights and interests of women from migrant and refugee backgrounds within Europe through coordinated advocacy, exchange of information, capacity building activities, projects, events and representing European Network of Migrant Women members at both the European and the National level.

SEPA-Interea Research Group (Social Pedagogy and Environmental Education) Presentation

The group has developed different projects related to educational policies and social welfare, in addition to being a pioneer group in research on environmental education, sustainable development and climate change. Some of these projects were implemented in collaboration with social welfare services and private entities of the third sector.

The group has implemented different national, regional and local projects related to social participation and associations to build a more civic and participatory citizenship; through the design of community policies and strategies that favour social inclusion and active citizenship under equal conditions.

SEPA-Interea research group has a long history in the study of gender from a socio-educational perspective, with numerous contributions related to the differences that are established in daily life according to gender, involving serious inequalities for the construction of a more civic and equal citizenship. There are numerous members who, from a pedagogical and social perspective, analyse gender differences in different social settings and how they contribute to various social representations around gender.

European E-learning Institute

European E-learning Institute (EUEI) specialises in the creation of powerful online platforms, immersive educational environments and provision of resources and tools to create truly valuable learning experiences. EUEI was founded on the concept of ‘continuing education’; a post-secondary education programme that provides further enrichment to learners in a wide range of sectors, covering topics that are professional and/or personal. As an organisation, we place tremendous worth on the informal and flexible nature of continuing education and crafting flexible, online learning courses for those wishing to improve themselves and stay ahead in their careers and in business.