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.
– 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.
- 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.