We’re the first EU network bringing together
two halves of the female working world,

those who are accessing a new job market and those who already are part of it.

Worldplaces project is aiming at scaling good practices and services
to redifine more inclusive labor markets for low-formal skilled refugees and migrant women.

A new worklplace marks a new beginning – a turning point.

That’s even more true for newcomers.

                                             In migrants’ life, workplaces are more than a gateway to economic stability:

                                         they can be formidable integration hubs.

However, workplaces are not equally accessible for everyone –

migrant women with less recognized formal skills are most at risk of

                         employment segregation.



                                         








                                                           Worldplaces acts empowering migrant and refugee women by boost

                                                                       their determination, providing the right support and enabling

                                                                          more inclusive job market.

 


 

 

 

 

Worldplaces acts empowering migrant and refugee women by boost their determination, providing the right support and enabling more inclusive job market.






                                            It is clear that non-profit and private sector do not hold in their hands the 100% of

                                               the solution for a more effective migrant women’s integration.

                                                     Worldplaces offers a space for imagining and sharing joint solutions and

                                                     approaches that will allow workplaces in the private sector to become more

                                       inclusive and accessible.

 

 

 

It is clear that non-profit and private sector do not hold in their hands the 100% of the solution for a more effective migrant women’s integration.

Worldplaces offers a space for imagining and sharing joint solutions and approaches that will allow workplaces in the private sector to become more inclusive and accessible.

At local levels, not for profit organisations and the public sector are the ones providing assistance,

vocational training and placements to less skilled migrant women, while the private sectors offers the

jobs opportunities.






The unique added value of Worldplaces is the diversity of its people.

Diverse stakeholders and actors join the forces for the effective and successful implementation of the project.

In fact we can count on

  • Our founding members, the project consortium partner
  • Our network partners
  • Our Ambassadors
  • Our Advisory board

                                                        … and first of all the migrant and refugee women we work with and for!




Ambassadors of Worldplaces are migrant and non migrant women, already established in the job market that help us to facilitate the bridging of the two halves: the profit and non profit sectors.

We want to see them become champions and ambassadors of workplaces that are open to the world, and are able to spot and develop talents – even the less visible ones – those of migrant women, especially of most vulnerable and less formally qualified ones. 

 

                                                                   Our European Advisory Board

are experienced professional coming from academia, civil society

and corporate sector, helping to  boost  Worldplaces impact.

                                        They provide guidance, direction and support

             to the founders’ network with the aim

             to grant sustainability to Worldplaces’ initiatives beyond the

end of the programme contributing their expertise and experience.

Our European Advisory Board
are experienced professional coming from academia, civil society and corporate sector, helping to  boost  Worldplaces impact.


They provide guidance, direction and support to the founders’ network with the aim to grant sustainability to Worldplaces’ initiatives beyond the end of the programme contributing their expertise and experience.

This project is co-funded

by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund of the European Union