With this newsletter, we are pleased to present our partnership in the Teach Digital project, led by the Go Woman! Alliance (UK) and in consortium with the Latvian Adult Education Association, MOMENTUM Marketing Services (Ireland), the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain), the European E learning Institute (Denmark) and the European Network of Migrant Women (Belgium/Europe).

Even in 2020, a digital gap persists across Europe, accompanied by increasing gender inequality in the digital sphere. Women, especially those from migrant backgrounds, face much higher levels of gender discrimination thus stereotypes than their male counterparts, leading automatically to reduced access and motivation regarding digital training.

Increasing the digital skills and confidence of educators working with lower skilled women from migrant and ethnic minority background to implement appropriate learning strategies and digital tools that will make learning digital more attractive, relevant and boost their professional and personal development.


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