Objectives: To Enhance the quality and access of services for refugee and migrant GBV survivors in Greece and strengthen GBV programming through transnational dialogue and sharing GBV best practices, resources and tools in Greece and Europe.
Partners: Centre for Research on Women’s Issues (CRWI), Diotima, International Rescue Committee (IRC), General Secretariat for Family Policy and Gender Equality (GSFPGE, Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs) and Research Center for Geneder Equality (KETHI). Centre Diotima is the leader of this project.
Funding: DG Justice.
Duration: 24 months, (starting date 3 September 2018)
The project will directly benefit women and adolescent girls. Men, boys, and LGBTQI will indirectly benefit through training of public bodies. Project beneficiaries are estimated at about 500 professionals, including social workers; law enforcement; NGOs/ CSOs; child protection professionals; mediators; civil servants; gender quality experts; and a wider audience.
Key deliverables: public sector trainings, pre-service seminars; community focal point and cultural mediators training, guidance documents, public sector SOP, GBV Regional Workshop, translated website, online platform with multiple resources, webinars, dissemination plans for pan-European learning.