BASE Migrant and refugee child-friendly support services in cases of sexual and gender-based violence
To contribute to the development and sustainability of inclusive support services in cases of GBV against girls by Empowering migrant/refugee women as cultural advisors.
To increase the capacity of support professionals to communicate and understand sociocultural factors and lobby for the sustainability of capacity building practices through cross-country cooperation.
To raise public awareness on the vulnerability of migrant/refugee girls to GBV, and on the promotion of gender equality in migrant communities towards a positive change of male attitudes.
White paper on the provision of support services to migrant/refugee girls’ victims of GBV.
BASE Cultural Advisor curriculum.
BASE Capacity building programme.
BASE Open Learning Platform.
Analysis of support services’ contextual practices in handling GBV against migrant/refugee girls, legal frameworks and needs of professionals, girl victims of GBV, families and communities.
Development and implementation of BASE Cultural Advisor curriculum on cultural understanding to facilitate communication with girls’ victims of GBV, and their families.
Development and implementation of a capacity building programme for professionals on communication with migrant/refugee GBV victims.
Implementation of Cultural advisor training workshops for 20 migrant/refugee women and Capacity building training workshops for 30 professionals locally.
Meetings and events to lobby for the implementation and sustainability of the BASE programme.
- Coordinator: “Hope For Children” UNCRC Policy Center (Cyprus
- Associacao Portuguesa Conversas De Psicologia – Apcdp (Portugal)
- GENDER ALTERNATIVES FOUNDATION (Bulgaria)
- KENTRO MERIMNAS OIKOGENEIAS KAI PAIDIOU – KMOP (Greece)
- Rinova Limited (UK)
- Wissenschaftliche Vereinigung Fur Analyse, Beratung Und Interdisziplinare Forschung – abif (Austria)
- Znanstveno-Raziskovalno Sredisce KOPER – ZRS KOPER (Slovenia)
- CESIE (Italia)
Info & contatti
Date of the project
: 07/01/2019 – 06/01/2021