Every year, thousands of children, women and men become victims of trafficking (VoTs) falling into the hands of traffickers, in their own countries and abroad. Get involved and celebrate World Day against Trafficking in Persons.
Rights and Justice
On the 25th – 26th of June, within the framework of the Tolerant project, CESIE together with its project partners organised an online Transnational meeting in order to foster international dialogue and exchange best practices about reintegration and labour integration of victims of trafficking.
CESIE participated in the third meeting of the BASE project in January in Koper, Slovenia, and in the two days of training for BASE programme trainers, which includes two different courses, a training for migrant/refugee women on how to become cultural counsellors, and a capacity building for professionals on communication with migrant/refugee girls who are victims of gender-based violence.
During the months of October, November 2019 and January 2020, children from the primary school, teachers, parents and policy makers celebrated gender equality with SAFER’s awareness raising campaign.
SAFER has developed many innovative resources for teachers and children based on the positive psichology approach. Have a look!
The beginning of a new life for them inevitably coincides with the discovery of the lost peace, as well as a dignified work that guarantees the autonomy.
HEAL focuses on the recovery and integration of women victims of trafficking through the involvement of support services and potential employers, the acquisition of new professional skills and the offer of psychological support.
CESIE hosted the first partners’ meeting in Lisbon in December 2019 and it was a great opportunity to discover more about the different national situations and to exchange ideas and good practices.
Increasing knowledge and skills in preventing and responding to child sexual abuse, from the local community and families to professionals.
How to foster youth empowerment and make youth voice heard in decision and policy making about human rights and access to justice? Last September, more than 200 youth workers and students gathered in Mollina (Spain) for one week to discuss on. In many countries,...
On 2nd December 2019 from 9.00 to 14.00, CESIE organized SAFER Final Conference in order to talk about GBV together with psychologist, teachers and studentsand discuss about key concepts such as sexual orientation, gender identity, stereotypes and the social construction of our biological sex.
The INTEGRA network – collaboration between civil society, the private social and public institutions
The INTEGRA network, that was born about 6 months ago in Palermo, as of today connects 22 organizations and individuals who have committed to collaborate, share their skills, experiences, practices and initiatives with the aim of promoting pathways to autonomy for minors and young care leavers.
After the Universal Children’s Day on 20 November, 2019 and the campaign “16 days of activism against gender-based violence”, we invites you to the conference “Gender education: preventing gender-based violence from a young age” that will take place on 2 December 2019 at Ex Chiesa di San Mattia dei Crociferi.
SAFER flew to the historical city of Istanbul, Turkey to participate to the MOV UP Conference on ‘Policies, Practices and Qualifications in Early Childhood Education’ at Sehir University.
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.