This October we are organising several SAFER events to discuss with you about these questions and to show you what we can all do in practice to contribute to a future free of gender-based violence!
First Transnational Cooperation meeting of the BASE project gathered 32 experts working within support services for migrant victims of sexual and gender-based violence from 8 EU countries on the 1st of July in Coimbra, Portugal.
After the detailed research on the needs of care leavers and care professionals, after the successful launch of the INTEGRA network in Palermo to support the autonomy processes of children and youth who are about to leave residential care facilities, we are starting to develop a Mentoring Integration Programme!
SAFER didactic materials were already developed! Now we are implementing piloting training sessions with teachers across the schools in Palermo to test it and improve it.
If you want to become a monitoring expert and contribute to more thorough research on the cyber hate phenomenon as well as promote more visibility and counteraction, register for the free sCAN Advanced Monitoring Trainings.
On April 23rd 2019, UN Secretary General has published Resolution 2467 adopted by the Security Council and elaborated following the debate on Women, Peace and Security: sexual violence in conflicts.
On the 29th April 2019 we officially launched INTEGRA Continuous Cooperation Network to intensify and expand a functional and efficient cooperation for supporting the autonomy processes of children and ageing-out youth from the residential centres.
This Europe-wide NGO-led campaign will run from the beginning of May until election days between 24th-26th of May, before and during the European Parliamentary elections.
The #IsayNotoSexualViolence – CONVEY Final Conference was launched on 10th April, when a large audience of partners, international experts, teachers and students who had participated in the CONVEY Pilot Programme in Italy, met at Camplus, the conference venue in Palermo.
Can sexual violence and harassment against women and girls be prevented? CONVEY teachers’ and students’ training
The CONVEY project has sought to answer these questions through a four-sessions train the trainer course for teachers which took place in all partner countries of the project: Italy, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Ireland and UK.
As partner of the sCAN Project and INACH member, we took part in the Monitoring Exercise of the social media platforms within the context of the Code of conduct on countering illegal hate speech online, promoted by the European Commission.
Enrol now to CONVEY International Conference: it will be held Wednesday April 10 th 2019, from her 9:00 to the 13:00 at Camplus. Help us say #IsayNotoSexualViolence.