Building a safetynet for migrant refugee women

This programme is funded by the Justice programme of the European  Union

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KETHI is the leader of the project and will be responsible for the project management including reporting to European Union and keeping the timeftame of the proposed activities. Moreover, it will implement the national research as well the coordination mechanism.

CRWI Diotima will undertake the scientific coordination of the whole project ensuring a gender sensitive, cultural diverse and international protection expertise. Empowerment sessions to women, legal counselling to women GBV survivors, as well as the whole package of the capacity building activities will be among its core responsibilities.

Finally, GSGE will secure participation in capacity building of the staff of specific services and all other key professionals and the successful dissemination of project’s results mediating to reach a great spectrum of audiences especially at higher policy making level.  It will also be benefited by the opportunity to mainstream project results and by the exchange of field knowledge and cross- country collaborations.

Differenza Donna will realize all planned activities in the Italian context. It is going to be supported (associate partner) by the Department on Gender based violence of Rome Metropolitan Area.

Surt will realize all planned activities in the Spanish context.  It will be supported by the Catalan Women’s Institute (associate partner) having an overview of GBV policies and programmes and willing to exchange experience with all partners, in particular with state agencies.

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