During the FLIARA January Link Meeting of 2024, the DEW project took centre stage as Tara Farrell from Longford Women’s Link, a proud partner of the FLIARA project, presented the remarkable achievements of DEW, which officially concluded last year.
During the presentation, the FLIARA project partners were provided with a valuable opportunity to engage with the results of the DEW project, learning key lessons from their country reports and their training sessions designed for women entrepreneurs.
DEW emerged as a practical solution to address the challenges faced by existing and potential female entrepreneurs in a post-pandemic world. The project aligned itself with key Erasmus+ priorities, such as fostering inclusion and diversity in education and training, driving digital transformation, adapting vocational and educational training to labour market and female entrepreneurship needs, and increasing the flexibility of opportunities in vocational education and training (VET).
For those interested in delving deeper into the DEW project, its objectives, and outcomes, visit the official website at https://www.dewproject.eu/. The DEW project stands as a testament to the power of collaborative efforts to advance vocational and educational training and empower women entrepreneurs in the ever-evolving landscape of the European Union.