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Mixité des métiers, Emploi à la clé
Date du début: 1 sept. 2015, Date de fin: 31 août 2017 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Equality between women and men is one of the founding principles of European Union : 1957, "equal pay for equal work". The Europe 2020 strategy emphasizes that gender equality is a driver of economic growth and sustainable development. As such, one of the priorities is the increase in the female employment rate by 2020. In Europe, only 63% of women are in work compared to 76% of men. Among these women, 35% focus on six occupations traditionally feminine low-paid : domestic helpers, personal care workers, office clerks, shop salesperson, administrative professionals and housekeeping workers. On average, women earn 16% less than men. For men, 25% are building frame and finishers workers, physical and engineering science technicians, managers of small enterprises or machinery mechanics. Occupations well-paid and more promising. The labour market is divided between traditionally masculine occupations, well-paid and more promising, and traditionally feminine occupations, low-paid. A European Commission study describe it as "employment segregation" and "gender segregation in the labour market" (Francesca Bettio and Alina Verashchagina Study - Directorate-Genral for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities). This European need and the inadequacy of vocational guidance for women in the employment market have been the rationale behind the European training project: "GENDER DIVERSITY IN PROFESSIONS MEANS MORE EMPLOYMENT" "MIXITÉ DES MÉTIERS, EMPLOI À LA CLÉ" This training project aims to solve the problem of retraining unemployed women. Its purpose is to guide them towards jobs traditionally considered as “masculine” jobs, that are more profitable. Key project activities : - Development of a Guide : 10 keys to successful retraining in a said "masculine" profession - Creation of a Training Requirements for coaches specialized in retraining unemployed women in a said "masculine" profession - Training of job-to-job accompaniment professionals in retraining unemployed women in a said "masculine" profession (concrete application of the Training Requirements) - Creation of a Facilitation Guide for the Training Requirements (feedback of Trainings) - Organisation of Company Tours : discovery of the said "masculine" jobs by unemployed women - Development of a Teaching Kit on implementation of "Company tours" action The project partners : - CCI de Dobrich (Bulgaria): Chamber of commerce and industry - - Charline Jambert (France): Consultant in equality between men and women at work - - CIAPE (Italy): Training center in lifelong learning - - Maison de la Promotion Sociale (France): Training center for adults - - Hauts de Garonne Développement (France): Economic development agency - Statistics : Eurostat source



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