The EEA Grants Promova Project will enter its last phase. Cross mentoring. A matching event will be held where mentors and mentees will finally meet.
Municipality of Alcobaça implements a project to raise awareness of gender equality and domestic violence within schools
Project "Inês=Pedro?" was presented on February 15th
Participipo Project holds a webinar on youth civic participation on February 24
Projeto Promova makes a very positive balance of the 4 training modules. At the end of February, the last part of Promova, the Cross Mentoring , will begin.
OesteCIM launches pilot project in the implementation of policies and good practices in the areas of Gender Equality and Reconciliation of Professional, Family and Personal Life
National Statistics System on Gender Equality website
Registrations for the B-Learning Course: "Promoting Women's Political and Civic Participation", of the project Participo!, are open until January 31st.
"The social and economic benefits of equal pay for women and men" disclose first results.
Project (Re) Design Affections aims to involve all of society to value the importance of eliminating gender inequalities.
Disclosure of the main results of the Fertility Survey 2019 already available.
A debate dedicated to the civic and political participation of women today.
Public Presentation Session of Project Participo!
ADICE's cycle of online workshops on gender equality continues.
Junta Freguesia Benfica moves forward with a prevention project for children and young people and promoting non-violent masculinities.
DATE CHANGE: Public Presentation Session of the Project "Affection Workshop - Educating in Equality" | December 03, 2020 |
The project on promoting gender equality will be presented on December 03 via zoom.
The commitment to 5 fundamental points.
Project launched under projects to improve protection of victims of violence against women and domestic violence.
The project on promoting gender equality will be presented on November 30 via zoom.
Project Promova's "Impact" module concludes its three days.
CIEG launches three days of reflection and best practice sharing in the promotion of Gender Equality.
Three days of leadership and governance in a context of transformation and unpredictability.
The Metropolitan Area of Lisbon (AML) and EEA Grants Portugal organized an online meeting last November 6th to present funding opportunities.
Five projects approved under Small Grant Scheme #2 signed and ready to launch.
Cycle of workshops for parents/legal guardians of the Alfena School Group begins this November.
Six projects approved under Open Call #5 signed and ready to launch.
Online event marked the launch of the ViViDo project.
System for assessing the value of work and pay and development of instruments for measuring gender inequalities in work organizations
The two projects approved under Open Call #1 will launch this quarter.
Project Cávado + Igual presented at the national award ceremony “Living in Equality”.
The innovative project promoted by IGOT within the scope of the EEA Grants is officially presented on the 21st of October.
CESIS launches project in the scope of studies on the economic impact of inequalities between women and men.
Projects to improve protection of victims of violence against women and domestic violence have the green light
Three projects approved under Open Call #4 signed and ready to launch.
ADICE project on prevention for children and young people and promoting non-violent masculinities.
Topics such as politics, macroeconomics, digital transformation, corporate governance, among others in debate.
Isabel Vaz, CEO of Luz Saúde Group, highlights the importance of diversity in the leadership of companies during the 1st training module of Project Promova.
Rita Campos e Cunha, Associate Dean at Nova SBE, stresses the importance of the role of women and the sustained and positive development of skills.
More than 20 projects move on to the next phase of Open Call #2.
CIP President António Saraiva highlights Project Promova as an opportunity and a new approach in promoting gender equality.
The three projects approved under Small Grant Scheme #1 will be signed in September.
Three days on mindfulness, personal branding, communication and storytelling.
Last May and June, CIP, in partnership with NovaSBE, organized two online events with Promova participants, labelled as Digital Get Together. Promova is a Pre-Defined Project (PDP) of the “Worklife Balance and Gender Equality" Programme.
Statistics Portugal carried out the second edition of the Fertility Survey. This survey is part of the PDP3-Project National Statistics System on Gender Equality, promoted by Statistics Portugal and financed by the EEAGrants (Work-life Balance Programme).
The deadline for submitting applications to "Open Call # 2 - Combating sexual segregation in educational and professional choices" has been extended: deadline postponed to 19 June 2020.
The Confederation of Portuguese Business (CIP) held, on April 14, in partnership with NovaSBE, the 1st Digital Get Together of the Promova Project, which aimed to provide a moment of interaction and knowledge of the participants. A new Digital Get Together has already been scheduled to take place on May 19th, under the theme "Female Leadership: What can I, as a woman, do to change?"
Launch of the Open Call # 2 – Projects to combat sex segregation in educational and professional choices
Launched to match the celebrations of the International Women's Day, on the 8th March, this call is a fundamental tool to promote educational and professional choices free of gender stereotypes, and the full and equal participation of women and men in the labour market. These are strategic objectives of the Action Plan for Equality between Women and Men, and part of the Portugal + Equal Strategy 2018-2030.
As part of the Work-life Balance Programme, the Predefined Project “Gender Equality Opportunities in Senior Management” - PROMOVA - was lauched on November 18th, at CIP, Lisbon.
The Portuguese Business Confederation (CIP) presents, on the November 18th, the Promova Project. This is a Predefined Project (PDP) funded by the Work-life Balance and Gender Equality Programme.
The Gender Equality Conference, in Reykjavík, Iceland was held on 31 October and 1 November, to strengthen bilateral relations between countries, promote cooperation under the EEA Grants Financial Mechanism, share and disseminate best practices and lessons learned in the field of Gender Equality.
Conference promoted by the Icelandic Ministry for Foreign Affairs, in partnership with the Comission for Citizenship and Gender Equality (CIG), the Norwegian Equality and Anti-Discrimination Ombud (LDO) and the EEA Grants Financial Mechanism Office (FMO), on the 31st october and 1st november.
In the context of the Work-life Balance Programme, the Project promoted by DGES - General Directorate of Higher Education was lauched on July 18th, at ISCSP, Lisbon.
Promoted by DGES - General Directorate of Higher Education in the context of the Work-life Balance Programme, the Predefined Project "GE-HEI - Gender Equality In Higher Education Institutions" will be lauched on July 18th, at ISCSP - Alto da Ajuda University Campus, Lisbon.
Programme Work-life Balance: 6th Cooperation Committee Meeting
Postponement of the Open Calls and Small Grant Schemes
Studies on the economic impact of gender equality
Intervention projects to promote gender equality at local level
Prevention projects for children and young people and promoting non-violent masculinities
Projects to improve protection of victims of violence against women and domestic violence
System for assessing the value of work and pay and development of instruments for measuring gender inequalities in work organization
Public sessions for the presentation of the EEA Grants 2014-2021
Programme Work-life Balance: 5th Cooperation Committee Meeting
The Commission for Citizenship and Gender Equality (CIG) - Operator of the Programme Work-life Balance and Gender Equality - held on the 24th September 2018, in Lisbon, a seminar to present the new programme.