Following a call for proposals in September 2016, grants totalling €5.2 million to promote Gender Equality were awarded to 18 projects. The projects will be delivered over a three year period in multiple locations across Ireland by Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), locally-based community groups, and others, who were successful following an open Call for Proposals for funding under the PEIL 2014 – 2020.
The gender equality projects will support women’s entrepreneurship and participation in the workforce through a range of training and mentoring initiatives.
Healthcare Opportunities for Women
Get Ready, Get Steady, Go
Women into Employment
Duhallow Work Opportunities for Women Project (WOW)
Women’s Steps to Employment Programme
New Futures for Lone Parents
Women’s Integration, Skills and Employment (WISE)
Bridge to Work
Wexford Women Working – Booklet highlighting Wexford Women’s Working Programme available here
The Carlow Catalyst Programme for Women
Increasing Female Labour Force Participation and Employment in Westmeath
Building Better Futures – Building Social Enterprise with Migrant Women Entrepreneurs
Women’s Rural Entrepreneurial Network
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