Project Name:  WhomeN – Active socio-occupational integration of Women at risk of social exclusion through the recognition of competences and learning soft skills in order to offer New professional opportunities at home society – 2017-1-ES01-KA204-038221

Period of implementation: December 2017 – March 2020

Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programe of the Eurpean Union

WhomeN project arises from the necessity to develop new approaches aiming at the construction of professional competence of women at risk of social exclusion. It aims at improving qualification and access to job opportunities given to women at risk of social exclusion, focusing in two target groups: migrant and refugee women and +45 women . The project will develop activities and materials to improve methods to acquire and recognise skills and to create more opportunities to integrate labour market.

A Protocol for the evaluation of skills and competences, based on EU guidelines and best practices, like ECVET and EQAVET, will be developed to allow better integration at work, especially in the case of women with no formal qualification, underlining and putting in evidence their basic and transversal skills. It will be based on the target groups’ needs research and include quality assurance with guidelines for cultural diversity and gender equality.

To facilitate its practice, an interactive platform with pedagogical materials will be launched.

Training of 18 adult education professionalswill be done with the purpose of fine tuning the Protocol and capacitate for the pilot implementation with 165 women.


Fundacition Aljaraque – Spain (


Asociatia Ecumenica a Bisericilor din Romania – Romania (

Association Generations – Bulgaria (

Center Za Izobrazevanje in Kulturo Trebnje Javni Zavod – Slovenia (

Cooperazione per lo Sviluppo dei Paesi Emergenti Onlus – Italy (

EUROYOUTH Portugal – Portugal (

Fundacition Juventud y Cultura – Spain (

Landliche Erwachsenenbildung Thüringen e.V. – Germany (

Latvian Adult Education Association – Latvia (

AIDRom Coordination Team:

Flavius Ilioni Loga, project coordinator:

Simona Ilioni Loga, psychologist: