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=== Welcome to AIMISOLA! ===
 
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=== AIMISOLA: Atención Integral para las mujeres inmigrantes. Itinerarios formativos para la inserción social y laboral ===
  
 
The AIMISOLA project is  born out of a feeling of rootlessness that many immigrant women experience in various European countries, and the responsibility of the various governments to facilitate mechanisms that would make their social and labor integration possible.  
 
The AIMISOLA project is  born out of a feeling of rootlessness that many immigrant women experience in various European countries, and the responsibility of the various governments to facilitate mechanisms that would make their social and labor integration possible.  

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Welcome to AIMISOLA!

AIMISOLA: Atención Integral para las mujeres inmigrantes. Itinerarios formativos para la inserción social y laboral

The AIMISOLA project is  born out of a feeling of rootlessness that many immigrant women experience in various European countries, and the responsibility of the various governments to facilitate mechanisms that would make their social and labor integration possible.

Many have children born in these host countries, making  them 'doers' of these countries and, therefore, deserving of basic resources, which have been declining since the beginning of economic crisis (lack of employment, lack of places in state kindergartens , etc.)

The project director is Augustine Abila, professional of social intervention in Spain since 1999. Augustine helds a doctorate in Spanish Philology from the Complutense University of Madrid and is the president of the Cultural Association for the Defense of African values "ACUDEVA". Agustine is also a writer and a poetess.


El proyecto AIMISOLA nace del sentimiento de desarraigo que experimentas las mujeres inmigrantes en diversos países europeos, y de la responsabilidad de los diversos gobiernos para facilitar mecanismos que hagan posibles la integración social y laboral de estas mujeres.

Muchas de ellas tienen descendencia en los países de acogida, convirtiéndolas en ‘hacedoras’ de esos países y, por tanto, merecedoras de recursos básicos, que han ido disminuyendo desde el comienzo de la crisis (falta de salidas laborales; falta de plazas en guarderías públicas, etc.).

La directora del proyecto, Augustine Abila es profesional de la intervención social en España desde 1999. Inmigrante, doctora en Filología Española por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, presidenta de la Asociación  Cultural de Defensa de Valores Africanos "ACUDEVA" y también escritora.