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The VIW project is funded, by the European Commission through the Spanish National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme, with the aim of the aim of making HEIs more inclusive by promoting a holistic comprehension of the gender issues in migration flows.



They are higher education students of different disciplines such as social sciences, social work, education, psychology, health and medical studies, legal studies..., researchers, Higher Education professors and professionals working in the field.


They are immigrant women who will also benefit, in the long term, of the skills acquired by the aforementioned personnel who will be dealing with them.


Mapping of Case Studies

A Map of relevant initiatives taking the form of case studies, providing University students, policy makers and society at large with a wider awareness and comprehension of their civic and social role related to migrant women integration.

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E-Learning Package

An e-learning course preparing students of social sciences to deal with women migrants’ integration combating discrimination, segregation, racism, bullying and violence, and transversally addressing the needs of those students that despite studying for professions non-directly linked to migration phenomenon could be asked to face and interact with woman migrants integration issues.

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Policy Recommendations

A set of policy recommendations providing practical oriented intervention proposal to policy makers involved at all level in Higher education and integration of migrants policies. j

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Theodoros Fouskas (Greece)

"The mapping of Case Studies were of utmost importance in the understanding of the female migrants' experiences.The E-learning package is useful output. The methodology implemented could be used for further projects. The project helps in the understanding of migrnt women paths, challenges, resilience and empowerment towards integration."

Tjaša Učakar, PhD (Slovenia)

"What I especially credit in this project is the practical aspect of the materials gathered. The VIW project deals with a very complex topic, women in migration, but does that in a precise, concise, very analytical and systematic way, plus it puts tremendous focus on practical usability of the results. The introduction video clearly presents a concrete issue that women in migration face, and does that as a case study of a specific real-life situation that happens every moment on the ground."

Aldana Ratuschny (Spain)

"I believe that the VIW project is of great interest in addressing a problem of great complexity and importance today, such as migrations in the Global North, and within them the feminization of migrations, making visible not only the role of women but acknowledging the specificities of their condition."

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VIW Project is an Example of Best Practice!

The VIW Project has been evaluated by the Spanish National Agency SEPIE as: Very Good!

Moreover, the project has been considered an example of Good Practice due to its good results. The effort of the VIW consortium has been positively evaluated, together with the project deliverables.


Exhibition "Seville is also Science"

It is a privilege to share with all the people who participate directly or indirectly in the Erasmus + Voices of Immigrant Women Project (2020-1-ES01-KA203-082364), co-financed by the European Union, that the results of the project are part of the exhibition "Seville is also Science".
This exhibition has been organized by the Seville City Council, in coordination with the universities of Seville, Pablo de Olavide, Loyola and the International University of Andalusia (UNIA), the Cartuja Science and Technology Park (PCT), the Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC) and the Joint Research Centre.

From November 16 to December 10, 2022, the professor and researcher Teresa Terrón Caro, coordinator of the VIW project, is one of the researchers who are part of the 29 images on showcase on “Avenida de la Constitución” in Seville and that show part of the scientific activity that takes place in the city of Seville.

Each image includes a QR and NFC code that will lead to a section of the Seville City Council website where you can consult the development of the line of research, as well as a summary of the academic career and an explanatory video.

Visit the the MUPIS website, where the VIW project and the main results are presented!

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Final Meeting of the VIW project

The final partners' meeting of the VIW project took place in Seville at UPO's permises, on 23 September 2022. The main topics discussed were:
• Presentation of the final version of the 3 Intellectual Outputs of the project
• Description of the Multiplier Events organized by partners
• Analysis of the financial forms and modules to fill in for the final report
• Planning of the last Project Management activities