The We Go! project sets out to build capacity for anti-violence centres through cross-border cooperation and the exchange of best practice across Europe.

The project sets out to improve programmes targeted at women experiencing domestic violence in Europe. It is  is based on two main cornerstones: the exchange of experiences and the identification of best practice.

We are providing expertise in the design of a toolkit focused on best practice on intervention and innovative methodologies to help anti-violence centres achieve their missions. The programme will draw on Euclid Network’s toolkit content on social entrepreneurship.

Objectives:
– Improve the capacity of anti-violence centres to address women’s economic needs by tackling to domestic violence.
– Enhance cross-border cooperation between practitioners at EU level by identifying and spreading best practice from at least 8 European countries.

Key Facts

  • 200 women undertaking training activities over the lifetime of the project;
  • 35-50 anti-violence centre operators involved in training activities;
  • 50 professionals involved in comparative analysis and exchange activities;
  • 100 policy makers/institutional representatives reached;
  • 1,000 stakeholders informed about the project’s results.

Contact Marta Bruschi or visit the project page for more information about this project

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