The "Forming responsible citizens" project, which has been approved by the Union for the Mediterranean and is founded on a government/NGO partnership, aims to contribute to instilling values of interdependent and sustainable development, freedom and gender equality from school age.
Better integrating women into the media while tackling stereotypes would not only bolster their economic power but also ensure a greater variety of information. That is exactly what the MedMedia project, supported by the European Union, is aiming to achieve.
The New Chance Mediterranean Network (Med NC) is building on the sucess of the Second Chance Schools in Marseille and across France. It allows young women in particular to benefit from personalised pathways support, to escape their exclusion from the labour market.
After a first successful phase, the Union for the Mediterranean "Young women as job creators" scheme, developed by female business leaders, has been extended to three more countries, namely Egypt, Tunisia and Albania.
The Social and Solidarity Economy is playing an active role in the economic integration of women in the Mediterranean. View of Rodérick Egal, president of iesMed (Innovation & Social Economy in the Mediterranean) cooperative company.