The DEW project, co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission under Key Action 2, Strategic Partnership for Vocational and Educational Training, has successfully concluded its mission. This collaborative endeavour involved seven partners from five diverse EU Member States, including Ireland, Belgium, France, Italy, and Spain. Longford Women’s Link, a dedicated partner, led the project, with the esteemed participation of Maynooth University.
Commencing in November 2021, amidst the unprecedented challenges posed by the pandemic, the DEW project embarked on a noble journey. Its primary objective was to empower female digital entrepreneurs by equipping them with innovative, evidence-based, and practical digital entrepreneurship knowledge and tools. This empowering initiative aimed to enhance self-employability and entrepreneurship for women across Europe.
As a culmination of extensive work and the successful pilot testing of training resources, the DEW project proudly presents a Set of Policy Recommendations as a final deliverable. These recommendations, born from the collective efforts of all project partners, aspire to influence policy changes at local, national, and EU levels. The DEW project’s focus on female digital entrepreneurship sets the stage for an impactful transformation in the realm of gender equality and entrepreneurship in the digital era.
The DEW project’s valuable resources, including training materials and insights, will remain accessible online for the next three years. Interested parties and stakeholders can access these resources at www.dewproject.eu, ensuring that the project’s legacy continues to inspire and drive positive change.
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