The Greek partners are the Research Centre for Gender Equality (KETHI), General Secretariat for Gender Equality (GSGE) and the Centre for Research on Women’s Issues Diotima (CRWI Diotima).
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The Research Centre for Gender Equality (KETHI) was founded in 1994, having a dual focus both on conducting social research on gender equality issues and also using this knowledge, to propose and implement specific policies, practices and actions to promote gender equality.
The General Secretariat for Gender Equality (GSGE) of the Greek Ministry of Interior is the governmental agency competent to plan, implement, and monitor gender equality and GBV policies. It has developed an integrated Network of 61 Units for preventing and combating violence against women and has placed GBV high in its agenda.
CRWI Diotima is a GBV-specialized NGO, national stakeholder expert in EIGE’s database, with a long experience in gender equality and GBV field and in migrant women’s integration and rights protection. It provides free legal aid to GBV victims, (45% are migrant women), and organises empowerment mixed groups for women. Rehabilitation of the GBV victims i.e. provision of re-integration support services and the prevention are its main intervention areas. It also operates as a resource centre (produces numerous materials and tools, organizes campaigns, participates in working groups and networks of experts).