W.I.S.E. 4 Challenges

W.I.S.E. 4 Challenges

Project Description

THE PROJECT

S-Com aisbl together with its affiliated entities created the WISE4Challenges project as an evolution and in line with the WISE4All Campaign in view of contributing to the building of a fair and inclusive society.

The objectives of Wise4Challenges in line with the European policies and priorities, can be summarized as follows:

  • Promote and reinforce the participation of women and girls in the EU Parliament initiatives
  • Engage CSOs in the EU Parliament initiatives
  • Integrate the female voice in a multidisciplinary fashion in European policies (environment, social policies, digital transformation, health, etc.)
  • Make arrangements for the WISE4ALL network to participate in the “Conference on future of Europe” and at the “Recovery Fund” debates with a gender approach.
  • Promote the WISE4All charter of values and the European values it represents
  • Raise awareness about the role and democratic values of the European Parliament as the voice of EU citizens and boost a deeper engagement with them
  • Support together.eu communities by reinforcing the participation of the civil society

With this objective we aim to develop and share a clear overall debate on “Future of Europe” and breaking them into clear briefs and guidelines applicable in the creation of ideas and contents: this will help us to create a productive culture and to deliver and spread the project results also after the end of funding.

 

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THE RESULTS

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”

OUR LOGO

AFFILIATES

OUR APPROACH: GENDER AND SEX

The European Commission, the European Parliament and EU leaders have agreed on Recovery and Resilience Facility that will lead the way out of the crisis and lay the foundations for a modern, more sustainable Europe.

https://ec.europa.eu/info/business-economy-euro/recovery-coronavirus/recovery-and-resilience-facility_en

The health crisis and its consequences affect women and men differently due to existing social inequalities. A gender-sensitive approach with gender mainstreaming and gender budgeting principles reflected in all aspects of the COVID-19 response is necessary to avoid an increase in social inequalities. In this project S-Com will carry out analysis on the use of these resources in Italy, Belgium and Spain.

THE CHALLENGES

SOCIAL PILLAR

#demographic challenges; #generational, territorial and educational divides; #societal inequalities; #equality between women and men; #social protection; #inclusive labour markets; #migration

HEALTH UNION

#Rights to healthcare; #public health; #EU health #prevent and address future pandemics #resilience #health systems #gender health #Covid19; #GBV; #violence

GREEN DEAL

#sustainability; #green and just transition; #climate neutrality; #climate change; #environmental protection; #sustainable and inclusive growth; #cohesion, #convergence and regional development

EDUCATION AND CULTURE

#fundamental values; rights and freedoms; #democracy; #freedom of expression; #countering disinformation #trust in public institutions; #inclusiveness; #Digital Education

NEWS AND EVENTS

GENDER IS 4 ALL - How to raise awareness on gender equality

THURSDAY, 9 DECEMBER 2021 AT 18:00

https://futureu.europa.eu/processes/Economy/f/13/meetings/96691?locale=it

This event represents the conclusion of the works of the Social Pillar Working Group (WG), coordinated by the Italian association “Libera. Associazioni, nomi e numeri contro le mafie” within the WISE4All Challenges project. The WG promoted a survey in order to collect the opinions of citizens from several European countries on gender (in)equality. The results were then elaborated and a toolkit was created to provide a first bottom-up strategy for Civil Society Organisations’ actions. The issue and the results obtained will be discussed with Giulia Baruzzo (Libera International), Valentina Zoccali (S-Com), Cristina Figueroa (Rey Juan Carlos University), Jesús Palomo (FIADYS), Anja Kadt (Female Expats United) and Marta Buggio (CHANCE network – Bulgaria)

Live on https://fb.me/e/1YiRjUiht

WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION IN THE GREEN DEAL - Opportunities for economic empowerment

THURSDAY, 9 DECEMBER 2021 AT 10.00

https://futureu.europa.eu/processes/GreenDeal/f/2/meetings/100024

The event is organised by WEP.

The aim of the event is the presentation in Italy of the results obtained through the WISE4Challenges project on issues in the green and rural sector.
WEP focused its research on the effects of covid 19 on women and women entrepreneurs operating in rural areas WEP focused its research on the effects of covid 19 on women and women entrepreneurs operating in rural areas, on the knowledge of the potential of women farmers to bring new and innovative products and services to the market, and on the existence of specific measures in the Green Deal and Recovery Program that can help women in farming communities to develop and increase their entrepreneurial skills.

Recovery and Resilience Facility Online Debate

September 8 at 9.30 a.m.

https://futureu.europa.eu/processes/Economy/f/13/meetings/32209

The event is organised by S-Com.

For info and contacts [email protected]

Read the program and find out more here
Register here to participate: https://forms.gle/New9Am3Twieo2h239

SEMINAR: THE FUTURE IS YOURS. EDUCATION, CULTURE, YOUTH AND SPORT IN EUROPE

October 8 at 11 a.m.

The event is organised by INCOMA.

For info and contacts [email protected]

To participate https://futureu.europa.eu/

Read the program and find out more here > DEBATE SOBRE EL FUTURO DE LA EDUCACIÓN

Green and digital transition, the potential of women within the Green Deal

1st June 2021, 14:30 – 16:00 CEST

The Women Entrepreneurship Platform, Copa Cogeca and AgriFoodNetworks organize an online dialogue about the potential of women within the Green Deal. https://www.foodlog.nl/afn/article/join-the-conversation-green-and-digital-transition-the-potential-of-women-w/

SEMINAR: HEALTH AND GENDER MEDICINE: FROM LEGISLATION TO ITS APPLICATION

On Friday 14 May at 10 a.m.

The event is organised by Professor Rita Biancheri.

For info and contacts [email protected]

To participate https://www.sp.unipi.it/c/210514-salute-medicina

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This activity will be carried out transversally by S-Com AISBL, coordinator of the WISE4Challenges project. For any inquires, you can contact us at [email protected].

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This project has received funding from the European Union under grant agreement COMM/SUBV/2020/E/0077. The content published on this website and related social media accounts, reflects only the author’s view. The Parliament is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.

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