Cávado + Igual 2021-2023, EEA Grants
In cooperation with CIM Cávado (Portugal)
The Cávado + Igual project is an Open Call#5 – Intervention projects to promote gender equality at local level, within the scope of the Work-life Balance Programme and funded by EEA Grants. The objectives of the project are centered on the assumption of a municipal and sub-regional commitment to the promotion of gender equality and balance of professional, personal, and family life.
DIVERS@S AND ATIV@S: Promoting diversity and non-discrimination in the professional workplace 2021-2023, EEA Grants
In cooperation with Associação Portuguesa para a Diversidade e Inclusão (APPDI), Portugal
The project intends to develop a set of transformative tools and instruments to promote workplace diversity and combat discrimination against vulnerable groups. Through construction of a collaborative awareness campaign and involvement of numerous companies and social entities, the project will stimulate promotion of inclusion and equality in the workplace.
BridGEs: Alto-Minho companies for Gender Equality 2020 - 2023, EEA Grants
In cooperation with Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of the University of Porto (FPCEUP), Portugal
The project aims to create and test instruments to measure and study gender inequalities in work organisations, involving the direct and active participation of organisations. Since the project's actions are essentially directed at the business sector, it is of utmost importance for companies to participate in this process, contributing from the outset to the co-construction of the products addressed to them, analysing their feasibility and feasibility in their contexts and anticipating obstacles and ways to overcome them.
ENVOLVI 2019 – 2021, EEA Grants
In cooperation with Novo Dia - Associação para a Inclusão Social (Portugal)
The defense of human rights of elderly people living in the Azores (Portugal) is the focus of the present project, aiming to foster healthy intergenerational relations to strengthen social cohesion and promote active citizenship and aging. The project includes activities that acknowledge and value the potential of older generations, as well as the issue of isolation and violence against the elderly is given focus to.