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POLICY ANSWERS workshops on the topic “How to Initiate Sustainable Changes in Your Company by Implementing Green Transformation”

POLICY ANSWERS workshops on the topic “How to Initiate Sustainable Changes in Your Company by Implementing Green Transformation”

June 4th, 2024

As part of the POLICY ANSWERS project (Horizon Europe programme), the Mihajlo Pupin Institute –Scien[...]

Workshop

Workshop "How to Initiate Sustainable Changes in Your Company by Implementing Green Transformation"

June 1st, 2024

In the small hall of the Mihajlo Pupin Institute, on May 17, 2024, the first in a series of educatio[...]


RE-FEM – ‘Upskilling pathways for REsiliency in the post-Covid era for FEMale Entrepreneurs’ is funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. GA no. 2022-1-HU01-KA220-ADU-000089295

Summary

RE-FEM aims to empower women entrepreneurs through need-based training for maintaining resilient businesses in the post-covid era. The project also wants to serve the needs of the trainers and mentors in business support and entrepreneurship working in the field of adult education by providing easily accessible, high quality and transformative training tools.
This project is the continuation of the iFEMPOWER project coordinated by HETFA between 2018-2021.

Activities and outputs

The implementation of RE-FEM consists of several interlinked activities in order to provide efficient entrepreneurial development for women through research, needs-based, high-quality training materials, e-learning modules and establishing an international network group for all the target groups involved in the project.

  • The partnership first conducts comparative research (Project result 1) to gain a deeper understanding of the challenges women entrepreneurs have to face in the post-pandemic area focusing on specific aspects of the situation of women with fewer opportunities.
  • Based on the research result, and partners’ expertise and knowledge in developing adult education, the partnership develops an inclusive and accessible Training Manual (Project result 2) with training materials and methodologies, and an Open Education Platform with an online course for entrepreneurship training (Project result 3). The training materials and online courses are to be tested and introduced to the wider public through pilot training and public stakeholder events in all partner countries.
  • The partnership lay the foundation for an international network, where women entrepreneurs, associated partners and consortium members can connect, build relationships, learn from each other and find partners for their future projects.
  • RE-FEM formulates policy recommendations to define directions for adult education, entrepreneurship, and the labour market to support women entrepreneurs in building and managing resilient businesses in the age of digital transformation. The recommendations are summarised in a ‘Policy Study’ (Project result 4).

ABOUT THE PROJECT: www.refem.eu

MAIN OUTPUTS: https://www.refem.eu/results

OPEN EDUCATION PLATFORM: https://refem.eu/open-education-platform/

Partnership

RE-FEM gathers 1 Higher Education Institute, 2 research institutes, 2 public bodies, 2 business supporting NGOs and 1 individual entrepreneur.

Coordinator

IMP and RE-FEM project

The Science and Technology Policy Research Centre of IMP has a long-lasting track-record in providing innovation support to female enterprises in Serbia and the region. It combines a practical and academic approach to women’s entrepreneurship.

Women entrepreneurs are the target group of innovation, networking and consulting support provided by STPRC within Enterprise Europe Network since 2009.  Also, Head of STPRC has remarkable  academic references in researching women’s entrepreneurship and she has chaired Enterprise Europe Network  group  of women entrepreneurs since 2015 . Collected knowledge in fhis field will be implemented in the RE-FEM project in all working packages  with the special focus to WP 5 – writing Final Study.

The implementation team consists of five members:

  • Sanja Popovic Pantic –project manager and senior researcher
  • Daniela Kuzmanovic – communication contact and researcher
  • Ana Kovačević – communication contact and junior researcher
  • Srdjan Orcević – financial manager
  • Mirjana Dejanović, researcher and trainer