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At the beginning of March, the training in electronic commerce and marketing of the project
"Euribor: Promotion of sustainable actions for the empowerment of vulnerable groups of young women" began in Spain.


On 20.02.2023 and 21.02.2023 we will continue the Virtual Training for Multipliers in the EURIBOR project. This time the training will focus on entrepreneurship and mentoring.



La Salle Andalucía, in collaboration with different social entities, has been developing group workshops with the women participating in the Euribor project, within the framework of the activity: Preparation of educational and career plans.


EURIBOR project team received an invitation from Financial Mechanism Office and the Fund Operator to take part in the fourth annual thematic seminar for projects funded under the EEA and Norway Grants Regional Funds.
It was organized as a stationary event, in FMO’s  new seat (EFTA House, Brussels). The participants that could not participate in presence had also the opportunity to connect online on the first day of the seminar.


Training on E-commerce, including Social Media, SEO, and Content Marketing was conducted online by the experienced trainer from our Partner organization BSW – Mr Dr. Lars Göhler. It was the part of our action: Train the Trainer.


Next week (28.11.2022-02.12.2022) we are starting the Virtual Training for Multipliers in the EURIBOR project. Training will focus on E-commerce, including Social Media, SEO, and Content Marketing and is the part of the action Train the Trainer.



Through individual interviews, we continue to learn about the young
participants who are attended by La Salle Andalucía, through the
entities Asociación Estrella Azahara, Asociación Hogar La Salle Jerez
and Asociación Proyecto Alfa.


La Salle Andalucía has led a working day in Jerez de la Frontera, held on September 15.

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