Women Without Borders
Agreement n° 2022-1-IT02-KA210-ADU-000081394

Erasmus+  Partnership for cooperation

01/12/2022 - 31/12/2024


Sintagmi - coordinator Italy, Casa seis - Portugal, Migrant Women Association Malta


Contribute to eradicate the gender--based discrimination and violence from women’s point of view.

Improve the capacity of women, educators and professionals in term of intercultural appropriateness and efficacy

Create a transnational network for future development


Transnational Learning activities involving women and educators, together, to develop an educational strategy to support women and to prevent discrimination and violence.

Informal learning experiences at local level, co-designing and testing the final results and validate them.

Co-design and deliver educational resources based on universal languages to be disseminated among educators and institutions


Have been validated an innovative gender based, intercultural and inclusive educational approach for women recovery, gender-based discriminations and violence prevention;

have developed cross-cultural digital tools for educators and professionals working in: adult education, youth, VET, High school, Health, Policy and Social sectors.

Have improved the partnership’s competences and services Networking with organizations from different contexts.

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26 Settembre 2023

“Nha Mama” and Women Without Borders

The Rings of Saturn Theater Group of Casa Seis took to the stage of the Livio de Morais House of Culture for the presentation of the […]
11 Luglio 2023

E+ WWB “batuko and cachupa” feminine community rites in Portugal

Musical traditions from Africa are reborn in Cabo Verde as batuko (derived from the Portuguese verb meaning “to beat”), a genre that features polyrhythm and call and response performed by […]
10 Luglio 2023

E+ WWB Learning activity in Portugal

The partner groups ( from Italy and Portugal – originally from: Brazil, Italy, Sudan, Mongolia, Pakistan, Portugal) and 20 women and girls from the Community of […]