Yevgeniya Averhed
Project manager
Nordic Network for Empowerment of
Immigrant women with low
educational / working experie...
General statistics 2010
 Total number of immigrants in Sweden
1mln. or 17 %
 Immigration flow
2009 – women 49 298 / men ...
Educational level of immigrant women in
Sweden
 Country of origin matters
High- educated from Iran – 40 %
from Iraq – 30 ...
Employment of immigrants in Sweden
Pre-
vocational
education
 Factors:
- Country of origin
- Educational level
- Number o...
Employment of immigrant women in Sweden
2009
 58,7 % of immigrant women were employed in
2009 compared to 74,7 % of women...
Immigrant women in education
 Sfi (Swedish for immigrants) – 60 % are women
Biggest group – women from Somalia
The seco...
Most common barriers for the target group
according to stakeholders
 Interviewed stakeholders: PES, Social welfare,
NGOs,...
Project activities flow
1. Awarenes
s rising
on
regional
level
2. Creation
of social
partnersh
ip at
regional
level
3. Res...
Expected results:
1. Joint report on strategy for inclusion
Transparency of
information on
educational
system and
labour m...
Public
Employment
Services
NGOs
VETproviders
WelfareOffice
Business sector
Immigrant
women
Expected results:
2. Regional N...
Folkbildning /Liberal Adult Education / in
Sweden
• Swedish folkbildning is the collective name for the
activities conduct...
Liberal Adult Education concept
• Voluntary
• Participants influence the content
• Learning and social interaction go hand...
Study circles
The study circle is the most important form of study
in the study associations. In the study circle, a small...
Financial reporting 1
1. 75 % - grant
25 % - own funding
2. Eligible posters for reporting (grant):
- Travel
- Accommodati...
Ineligible costs:
• Overhead costs, i.e. general unspecified costs not
directly connected to the Nordplus project
• Office...
Financial reporting 3
Letter from the company reg. subsistence cost:
-Daily allowance
-Actual costs
All the receipts shoul...
Financial reporting 4
Financial Reports to coordinator:
1.Interim – deadline the 20th
of March 2011– to finalize
before th...
Contact person:
Yevgeniya Averhed
yevgeniya.averhed@folkuniversitetet.se
+46 18 68 00 36
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  • Handbook sidan 10 travel costs (sprositj u Violety kak oni otcityvajut 25 % travel costs)!!!
  • Salaries – eto to cto oni ubrali iz nashego nachalnogo budgeta!!! To delenie, kotoroe ja sdelala nepravilnoe!!!
  • Nordplus Adult in the handbook – page 34!
  • Partner responsibilities: Each partner: Organise 2 cross secrtoral workshops To create regional stakeholder network, consisting of.. To elaborate one regional report in English Translation of the Joint report on the language of the partner organisation! 5. Active dissemination of the project results at local/ regional/ national levels Apart from that: FI hosting of the meeting SE (FU-Lund) är ansvariga för regional report + translation to Swedish of the Joint report! Hosting of one meeting but FU-Uppsala hosted instead To decide deadlines for final regional reports To decide deadlines for the Joint report To decide deadlines for translation of the Joint reports to partner languages All partners should send logotypes of their organisations for the Joint report Dissemination – to place reports on the web-sites of partner organisations and main stakeholders, to participate in one seminar conferece at regional/national level to spread info about the project Leaflets:
  • Nordplus sweden 2010 presentation

    1. 1. Yevgeniya Averhed Project manager Nordic Network for Empowerment of Immigrant women with low educational / working experience Nordplus Vuxen project 1/09/2010 – 30/08/2011
    2. 2. General statistics 2010  Total number of immigrants in Sweden 1mln. or 17 %  Immigration flow 2009 – women 49 298 / men 52 982 2010 – women 46 000 / men 53 000   Countries of origin (2009) Iraqi women -153 120 Somali women - 58 588 
    3. 3. Educational level of immigrant women in Sweden  Country of origin matters High- educated from Iran – 40 % from Iraq – 30 % from Somalia – less then 10 % Men in average are more educated then women Women from Somalia have the lowest level of education compared to women from Iran / Iraq.
    4. 4. Employment of immigrants in Sweden Pre- vocational education  Factors: - Country of origin - Educational level - Number of years in Sweden 50 % of immigrants from Iran are employed 10 years after immigration 35 % immigrants from Somalia are employed 10 years after immigration
    5. 5. Employment of immigrant women in Sweden 2009  58,7 % of immigrant women were employed in 2009 compared to 74,7 % of women born in Sweden  32 % of immigrant women are not in the labour force (not looking for a job) at the moment of research  42 % of immigrant women have never worked in their life
    6. 6. Immigrant women in education  Sfi (Swedish for immigrants) – 60 % are women Biggest group – women from Somalia The second place – with Arabic as a mother tongue  About 70 000 of immigrants were both outside the labour larket and education in 2009  A lack of statistics regarding immigrant women with low education
    7. 7. Most common barriers for the target group according to stakeholders  Interviewed stakeholders: PES, Social welfare, NGOs, municipalities, other. Barriers: 1.Lack of adjusted methods / time for integration to education / labour market; 2.Lack of skilled staff; 3.Too advanced demands to enter labour market ; 4.Lack of “easier “ jobs at labour market; 5.Social welfare system; 6.Lack of opportunities to start own business; 7.Cultural barriers / family / language 8.Lack of proper education / demanded skills + knowledge 9.Generalisation – lack of attention to the needs of women!
    8. 8. Project activities flow 1. Awarenes s rising on regional level 2. Creation of social partnersh ip at regional level 3. Research 4. Country reports 1. Comparison of results 2. Inclusion of Liberal Adult Education into the strategy 1. Feedback by partners 2. External expert • Placement of the report on relevant national Web-sites • Placement on Internet • Participate in 1national conference Design of a common strategy and Joint Report Research and creation of regional partnerships Evaluation Finalisation Dissemination
    9. 9. Expected results: 1. Joint report on strategy for inclusion Transparency of information on educational system and labour market Information on responsible authorities: Who? How? Effective methods for coaching / mentorship Effective methods for motivation and self-esteem
    10. 10. Public Employment Services NGOs VETproviders WelfareOffice Business sector Immigrant women Expected results: 2. Regional Network / Partnership around the target group
    11. 11. Folkbildning /Liberal Adult Education / in Sweden • Swedish folkbildning is the collective name for the activities conducted by the country’s folk high schools and study associations in the form of courses, study circles and cultural activities. • Folkbildning is a part of the liberal non-formal educational system.
    12. 12. Liberal Adult Education concept • Voluntary • Participants influence the content • Learning and social interaction go hand in hand • Contributes to strengthening of civic society through close cooperation with volunteer organisations, NGOs
    13. 13. Study circles The study circle is the most important form of study in the study associations. In the study circle, a small group meets to learn together based on a plan of study and with a study circle leader. There are study circles in hundreds of different subjects. Some have a more theoretical emphasis, such as language, history and studies in current social issues. Others are more practically oriented, such as dance, woodworking, instrumental music and so forth.
    14. 14. Financial reporting 1 1. 75 % - grant 25 % - own funding 2. Eligible posters for reporting (grant): - Travel - Accommodation / board - Other costs (example, translation, printing) 3. Eligible posters for reporting (own contribution): - Cash funding - In-kind contributions (work hours) 1. 75 % - grant 25 % - own funding 2. Eligible posters for reporting (grant): - Travel - Accommodation / board - Other costs (example, translation, printing) 3. Eligible posters for reporting (own contribution): - Cash funding - In-kind contributions (work hours)
    15. 15. Ineligible costs: • Overhead costs, i.e. general unspecified costs not directly connected to the Nordplus project • Office equipment (such as IT equipment) • Costs for non-Nordic or non-Baltic participants • Costs for activities outside the Nordic or Baltic countries Attention! Salaries – as self-financing and other costs! Financial reporting 2
    16. 16. Financial reporting 3 Letter from the company reg. subsistence cost: -Daily allowance -Actual costs All the receipts should be included to the report (copies)! Originals of all the receipts should be kept by each partner during 5 years after project termination in case of audits! Actual travel costs should be reported (not ones given in handbook)!
    17. 17. Financial reporting 4 Financial Reports to coordinator: 1.Interim – deadline the 20th of March 2011– to finalize before the 10th of April 2011! 2.Final – deadline the 15th of August 2011– to finalize before the 15th of September 2011 Tables for reporting and other needed documentation 20 % of the grant will be paid in case of approval of the final report by the agency!
    18. 18. Contact person: Yevgeniya Averhed yevgeniya.averhed@folkuniversitetet.se +46 18 68 00 36

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