The "Major Advocacy Event" of the EU funded project INTERNISA recently took place in Thessaloniki from October 17th to 19th, 2023 in presence of guests speakers from EU directorates, greek public administrations and Internisa partners from Greece, Spain, Italy, Tunisia, Palestine and Lebanon. Organised by RCM, lead partner of Internisa, the conference was inaugurated with opening speeches from the representatives of Region of Central Macedonia and the Minister of Digital Governance of Greece. The day progressed with three themed discussion panels where speakers shared insights and learnt lessons to further empower women in the meditterranean. Within the Employability Panel: Rabih Sabra, Director General of the Chamber of Beirut & Mount Lebanon, partner in Internisa, dove into the role and initiatives carried out by Beirut Chamber to address the employability challenges in lebanon. As for the Education Panel the discussions centered on role of training and academia in fostering the gender parity .Dr. Marcel Hinain from the American University of Technology in Lebanon deliberated on the importance of educational programs and training initiatives tailored to empower Lebanese vulnerable women. The third panel session tackled the INTERNISA global impact, and the spotlight here was on the results and policy approaches concerning education and employment opportunities for women. Hana Nehme Haidar , Director of Projects at Beirut Chamber, shared insights and learnt lessons inspired by the project's outcomes and its spillover on supporting the women case . The three day-event was concluded with diverse study visits to Greek NGOs, logistics and dairy products companies , innovation zone where women and youth play active roles, and to the Chamber of Thessaloniki for an enriching exchange of insights and experiences in projects.