Coding 4 Migrant Women


School of Coding

School of Coding teach computer science, coding and digital skills to children and adults across the UK & Europe and provide coding lessons via online and at education centres. School of Coding specialise in tutoring students doing GCSEs and A-levels, also deliver government funded courses to adults looking to upskill in IT and Computer Science. Working in partnership with three major universities and over 150 primary & secondary schools in the UK, School of Coding deliver after school clubs and coding workshops. Their mission is to engage, inspire and create tech leaders of tomorrow from a young age.”

Elderberry AB

Elderberry AB undertakes development and strategic studies, authoring, testing, editing and publishing within: school, youth, adult, teacher, culture and heritage, Education and EDUCATION education, often with socio-cultural and urban implications. Elderberry AB has experience in developing educational material for schools Education, heritage and culture, migrants and refugees and mobile learning. The company is experienced with traditional methods for educational material and training as with eLearning, mobile learning and eCulture. Elderberry AB specialise in developing and integrating contemporary educational methodology into their work such as; multiple intelligences and incorporating a problem- and scenario- based approach. They have their own Learning Management System for on-line scenario based training, which puts training in the perspective of real life situations.

Saathi House

Saathi House is an anchor organisation that is committed to supporting women to drive positive change in their lives, in their family’s lives, and in the local communities. Together, we are on a journey to engage, enable and empower women to improve their knowledge, skills, networks, opportunities and leadership potential. ‘Saathi’ means friendly companion, and reflects the ethos of the centre, a place where local people meet to complement each other.

Saathi House was founded to address inequalities faced by women and empower them to lead independent lives. A lot has changed since the 70s, but unfortunately gender inequality persists. Women are at a greater risk of poverty than men, make up the vast majority of domestic violence victims (at least 1 in 4 women will experience some form of domestic violence in their lives) and are more likely to experience mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. To help women overcome these issues, we feel that a women only space provides a safe, welcoming and non-judgmental environment for women to come to access support.

Some of the women who come to the centre have been through traumatic experiences and would feel intimidated if they thought men would be around. A lot of the women who come to the centre value an all-female space where they can build a support network with other women. We are the only organisation in the Aston area that is serving women and young people in areas of wellbeing, personal development, arts and crafts, and physical activity. We have been pioneers in many fronts and continue to be the platform where women feel safe to engage. Saathi House is a trusted and well-respected organisation; this has been built over four decades.


Symplexis is a Greek non-for-profit organization that strives to ensure equal opportunities for all through actions and measures that build skills, empower and promote active engagement and participation focusing on the most vulnerable categories of the population and particularly those with fewer opportunities. Symplexis’ mission is to elevate social cohesion through integrated actions and project-based activities that aim at promoting the inclusion of disadvantaged groups at risk of marginalization and exclusion, while promoting and protecting the rights of various types of population groups that face discrimination focusing on the empowerment and support of victims, awareness raising and information sharing at all level.

Instituto Para El Fomento Del Desarrolo Y La Formacion SL

INFODEF, Institute for the Promotion of Development and Training, is a private and independent center for Research, Development and Innovation whose mission is to design and carry out projects that contribute to achieve a sustainable and inclusive development through education, culture and innovation.

INFODEF supports the modernisation of educational systems and the pedagogical innovativeness of public and private educational institutions, at national and European levels, by designing and developing innovative tools, methodologies, products and services that respond to current social and economic challenges and enable to anticipate and drive the changes needed to achieve future goals and objectives in society.

One of the main areas of expertise of INFODEF is the design of innovative methodologies and tools to support the activity of the professional that work with specific target groups, such as young people, migrants, low-skilled adults, people with disabilities, offenders and other unprivileged groups.

Coopérative d'Activité et d'Emploi dans les Services A la Personne et la Silver Economie

SILVER SAP is a CAE (Coopérative d’Activité et de l’Emploi), specialized in the sector of Human Services and the Silver Economy

Silversap’s cooperative identity is defined by :
– The recognition of the dignity of work
– The right of training, creativity and initiative
– Responsibility in a shared project
– Transparency and legitimacy of management and decision-making bodies

• Follow-up
• Trainings
• Council

• Accounting
• Collaborative tool
• Administrative procedures

• Exchange dynamics
• Experience sharing
• Analysis groups

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