The project develops an online educative programme and tools to support entrepreneurship. The programme will address soft skills (based on Enterprise Circle and Creative Project Canvas), gender and migrant dimensions, and multicultural aspects. Trainers and tutors will be provided a guide to support the process. The material can be used by other migrants as well.

According to OECD (e.g. OECD 2010) migrants have an important role in creating jobs and improving national economy. At the same time, unemployment among the migrant women is higher than that of the others.

The project is co-funded by the EU’s Erasmus+, Strategic Partnership Programme.

Information about the project

The project consortium

Vaasa University of Applied Sciences (Finland), coordinator

Consorzio Materahub Industrie Culturali e Creative (Italy)

Inova Consultancy (UK)

Elan Interculturel (France)

News and more about the project at https://www.kaleidoscopeproject.eu/

Project information

Project name: Kaleidoscope: supporting female migrant entrepreneurs

Acronym: Kaleidoscope

Project duration: 1st  September 2017 – 31st August 2019

Call: EU, Erasmus+, Strategic partnership, adult education


VAMK: Tanja Oraviita  | +358 40 163 2940 | tanja.oraviita@vamk.fi

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The Finnish National Agency for Education is hosting the national agency for the European Union’s education and youth programmes.

NEW! Registration for the pilot training is open. The training will be held in Finnish and/or English. Please find more information and schedule here (in Finnish): Kaleidoscope Training Brochure

If you have any further questions regarding the training, please contact Anna Korsbäck (anna.korsback@muova.fi, tel. 040 594 1725).

Ota yhteyttä!

Tanja Oraviita

Project manager

+358 40 163 2940