Publication: Policy Recommendations ebook. Migrations, Gender and Inclusion from an International Perspective
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Voices of Immigrant Women
This publication is the third product of the Erasmus + Project entitled Voices of Immigrant Women (Project Number: 2020-1-ES01-KA203-082364). This product is based on a set of policy recommendations that provides practical guidance on intervention proposals to those with political responsibilities in governance on migration management and policies for integration and social inclusion, as well as to policy makers in the governance of training in Higher Education (University) at all levels. This is intended to promote the development of practical strategies that allow overcoming the obstacles encountered by migrant women during the integration process, favoring the construction of institutions, administrations and, ultimately, more inclusive societies. The content presented in this book proposes recommendations and intervention proposals oriented to practice to: - Improve Higher Education study plans by promoting the training of students as future active protagonists who are aware of social interventions. This will promote equity, diversity and the integration of migrant women. - Strengthen cooperation and creation of networks between academic organizations, the third sector and public administrations that are responsible for promoting the integration and inclusion of migrant women. - Promote dialogue and the exchange of knowledge to, firstly, raise awareness of human mobility and gender in Europe and, secondly, promote the participation and social, labor and civic integration of the migrant population. All this is developed through 4 areas in which this book is articulated. The first area entitled "Migrant women needs and successful integration interventions"; the second area entitled "Promoting University students awareness and civic and social responsibility towards migrant women integration"; the third area entitled "Cooperation between Higher Education institutions and third sector"; the fourth and last area, entitled "Inclusive Higher Education".
Technical coordination: Rais, Carlo (Pixel Associazione - Italy); Martellini, Lorenzo (Pixel Associazione - Italy) Collaborating team: Esteban-Ibañez, Macarena (Pablo de Olavide University - Spain); Macias Gómez-Esthern, Beatriz (Pablo de Olavide University - Spain) Monreal Gimeno, Carmen (Pablo de Olavide University - Spain) Moreno Amador, Gracia (Pablo de Olavide University - Spain) Pérez-de-Guzmán-Puya, Victoria (Pablo de Olavide University - Spain)