Immigrant women, e-skills and employability in Europe - https://vimeo.com/10183894
Technology & Social Change Group
In March 2010, the Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA) launched a new report: "Immigrant women, e-skills & employability in Europe: The case of Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Romania, and Spain."
This report summarizes the results of a year-long study that examined how improving digital competences and free or low-cost access to computers and the Internet can advance employability and social inclusion.
Based on a survey of 375 immigrant women who pursued e-skills training through non-governmental organizations, this research provides insights into some of the challenges immigrants face in the labor market, the role of NGO-based training and employability programs, and the public policies and program elements that can foster social, economic, and cultural integration.
Immigrant women, digital competences, social inclusion
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