About

"NEFELI"'is a Educational Strategic Partnership of organisations from Spain, UK and Hungary. 

 Our main purpose is to create a network adults active in empowering and supporting women's personal, professional and business autonomy, as well as raising public awareness of these issues.

 

 

 The strategic partners of the network are working on the exchange of methodological tools that they have developled in terms of women's empowerment, exchange of non-formal learning approaches in terms of theories and techniques. 

We believe all women can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.

Our Mission

Women are dynamic partners for promoting coherence, integration and innovation in sustainable development (UN Women, 2012).

 

Our mission is to bring together adult trainers,  grass-root women, experts and other stakeholders working on the empowerment of women, so as to enrich their methodological tools and maximise their results 

Specific tasks of NEFELI are:

 

  • Provision of training 

  • Review and enhancement of the literature on the role that non-formal learning could have in supporting and empowering women

  • Multiplier actions to raise public awareness of the deficiencies and needs identified

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Our Vision

Our vision is therefore to create a sustainable present in which women will participate equally in political, social and economical level and will be able to make their own options, choose their own change and build their own future. 

 

For the sake of current and future generations, 

we must nurture and develop all of humankind’s collective intelligence and capacity. Given 

rising sea levels, increasing inequality and 

environmental decline, the full and equal participation and leadership of women is no 

longer an option. It is an urgent necessity 

if we are to achieve the transformational 

change needed at all levels and spheres of 

society for sustainable development (Michelle Bachelet, Executive Director, UN Women, 2012).