Our suite of learning materials are specifically designed to help equip users with a deeper understanding of culturally-sensitive, effective and practical integration of asylum seekers and migrants.
Female migrant entrepreneurs are an untapped potential for their local communities and for the economic growth potential of the EU in general. In order to support the growth of talented female migrant visionaries, we need to provide opportunities to empower and encourage migrant women in business. Many female immigrants feel they are locked out or under-utilised by the formal job market so “becoming self-employed is an important means of pursuing ambitions for social mobility.” (Centre for Entrepreneurs/Duedil, Migrant Entrepreneurs Report). One of EMINENTS main strength is its ability to allow countries to learn from their neighbours regarding entrepreneurial education strategies for target groups like female asulm seekers and migrants.
Course Available Autumn 2020.