The project ATHENA, Approaches To valorise the High ENtrepreneuriAl potential of migrant women to contribute to their social and economic integration, successfully kicked-off with a two-day online meeting with partners from February 17-18.

The ATHENA project is funded by the European Commission’s AMIF and seeks to reduce the gap in integration outcomes between migrant men and migrant women by improving migrant women entrepreneurship through enhanced services for, policies related to and support of female migrant entrepreneurs. The ATHENA project will run in Belgium, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia and Spain, and aims to develop common knowledge, identify good practices and improve capacity building around the issue by preparing new services in support of migrant women entrepreneurs. For more information on the project, please visit here.