A fair world based on the health

Ensuring that everyone has living and working conditions that are conducive to good health.

BASE created platforms to support migrant girls and women victims of GBV

Within the BASE project we have been promoting dialogue and cooperation between professionals from different support services and cultural mediators with different backgrounds, so they could meet, talk and analyse together how to support migrant girls and women victims of GBV in an integrated way.

Participate in the “Art against Teen Dating Violence” contest!

Do you work or are you in touch with young visual artists, video-makers or writers? Spread the word!

We are looking for creative and thought-provoking artworks, capable of representing adolescents’ interpretation of a such delicate and under-researched theme, being teen dating violence.

ISEX – Integral Sexual Education and Empowerment in Schools

ISEX offers a long-term program to support parents, grandparents, teachers, educators and teenagers in acquiring the tools needed to address human relationships and sexual education.

ACTIVE: Train the Trainers Event

On the 22nd and 24th of February 2021 the ACTIVE team successfully conducted the train the trainers event about how to implement the training workshops in their countries, targeting sports coaches and professionals.

Rights and Justice

BASE: together to support victims of gender-based violence

BASE: together to support victims of gender-based violence

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.

SAFER: We ALL smile the same way

SAFER: We ALL smile the same way

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.

HEAL: ethno-psychology and art therapy for the integration of women survivors of trafficking

HEAL: ethno-psychology and art therapy for the integration of women survivors of trafficking

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.

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