WISE4Challenges- Final results

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Posted on April 06, 2022

After a year of challenging work, which started in February 2021 and continued until April 2022, S-Com aisbl and its affiliated entities (Women Entrepreneurship Platform, Università di Pisa, Incoma, Libera. Associazioni, nomi e numeri contro le mafie) are pleased to present the results of the WISE4Challenges project. Here are some data to sum up our results:

  • 4+1 pillars (Green Deal, Education and Culture, Gender Health and Social Rights) + the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF).
  • 20 nations involved (Albania, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Kosovo, Lithuania, North Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands).
  • More than 20 online events, which consisted of online debates, seminars, interviews, final events and a focus group with interpretation in 7 languages;
  • 5 online surveys for a total of 705 answers;
  • 7 Members of European Parliament involved (Saskia Bricmont, Rosa D’Amato, Rolf Falter, Sara Matthieu, Alessandra Moretti, Lina Gálvez Muñoz and Pina Picierno);
  • More than 200.000 views on WISE4Challenges’ website.
  • More than 700 participants.
  • More than 1.000 followers on social media.

With the conclusion of the project, we are more ready than ever to start and support the cultural change and shift of the economic that women all over Europe are demanding.

You can use the conceptual map to navigate the results in an interactive and dynamic way or you can download the final publication “A gender-oriented contribution to the future of Europe”

About the Author

Valentina Zoccali was born in Reggio Calabria (IT) in 1986. After a Bachelor’s degree in Letters and Philosophy, Valentina Zoccali studied Social Media Marketing and in 2008 she started to work in the fields of communication, advertising and culture. In 2012 she was appointed as Secretary General of S-Com. Besides carrying out tasks related to the management of the association and liaison with EU institutions and EU stakeholders, she has been managing the communication and dissemination of several EU-funded research projects. In 2015 she designed and launched the WISE4ALL (Women for an Innovative Society in Europe ) initiative to promote collaborative and multidisciplinary approaches, aimed at establishing more inclusive social models starting from women participation.