Dec 1988, on initiative of European Commission (EC). Original title: IRIS - European Network of Training Schemes for Women -- IRIS - Réseau européen de programmes de formation pour les femmes. Became an independent association, with the listed title in July 1995, still coordinated by CREW, on signature of a tripartite agreement with DGV and DGXXII of the Commission. Subsequent sub-title: European Network on Women's Training -- Réseau européen pour la formation des femmes. Ceased to exist.
Offer training courses, modules and coaching at European level in the fields of equality, cultural change and diversity; coordinate and develop EU funded projects on issues related to training, equality and women; bring together vocational EU training organizations for women; diffuse information on women's training.Available with paid subscription only.
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