Circular economy education for the social inclusion of Women

As stated in the European Skills Agenda, the green and digital transitions are reshaping the way we live, work and interact. The EU’s move to a resource-efficient, circular, digitised and climate neutral economy are expected to create new jobs, while other jobs will change or even disappear. For these reasons, it calls for actions that support the twin transitions and that ensure that people have the right skills for jobs.
“Circular economy education for social inclusion of Women” (CECIL) is a 24 months Cooperation partnership aimed at promoting Circular Economy and Sustainability among women at risk of exclusion, by fostering a greater interaction between the European Green Deal and the EU Gender Equality Strategy 2020-2025.