Empowering Women Worldwide
Empowering Women Worldwide
Empowering Women Worldwide
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About Rainbow

Women’s participation in the labor market is not only an economic issue but also a larger social and an ethical question, which demands a multi-disciplinary approach. Women’s economic activity is rooted mainly in socio-cultural, historical, physiological and economic considerations.

 

 

Our Aims

To examine the influence of perceived career barriers and support young women’s career planning in the university system and outside.

To design and implement applicable framework(s) that intervenes and counsels young women of both environments.

 

 

Our Partners

FH JOANNEUM University of Applied Sciences, (AUSTRIA), University of Jyväskylä (FINLAND), INCOMA (SPAIN), Birla Institute of Management Technology (INDIA), NIRMA University (INDIA), Sir Padampat Singhania University, (INDIA)

 

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RAINBOW Centre at BIMTECH organised a Panel Talk on the theme, ‘Women at Work: Status Quo & Way Forward’. The panel was helmed by corporate experts, HR practitioners and academicians who elaborated on leadership, professional skill development and actionable strategies aimed to strengthen women’s participation and leadership in work life. The Talk was well attended by academicians, educators, policymakers, practitioners, budding HR managers and students.

9 Apr, 2021

Panel Talk under the aegis of RAINBOW Centre, BIMTECH

RAINBOW Centre at BIMTECH organised a Panel Talk on the theme, ‘Women at Work: Status Quo & Way Forward’. The panel was helmed by corporate experts, HR practitioners and academicians…

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Coping with the COVID-19 pandemic has been a very difficult and challenging endeavour worldwide. This situation particularly affected projects funded within the framework of the Erasmus+ programme, as many of them were (and to some extent continue to be) affected by restrictive measures to protect public health. The European Commission and entities working on Education and Training cooperation and mobility projects had to adapt to this new and difficult situation. Capacity Building in Higher Education (CBHE) projects are at high risk of being negatively impacted by the pandemic, as they are cross-regional initiatives and containment strategies and measures to tackle the impact of COVID-19 widely vary.

For this reason, INCOMA, as an institution responsible for coordinating Evaluation and Quality actions as part of several Capacity Building in HE projects, and as a member of several transnational Consortia that bring together institutions from around the world, created a global survey in order to understand how COVID-19 affected Capacity Building in HE projects and if this impact might entrain long-term changes.

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8 Apr, 2021

Impact of COVID-19 in CBHE ERASMUS+ Projects

Coping with the COVID-19 pandemic has been a very difficult and challenging endeavour worldwide. This situation particularly affected projects funded within the framework of the Erasmus+ programme, as many of…

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