Dear Members and Friends of WWP EN,
we are looking forward to a very active time with a series of WWP EN events and workshops: In October we will have our Annual Workshop in Krakow, followed by the Study Visit in the beginning of November in Florence and the Regional Meeting at the very end of November in Antwerp. Last but not least those events are surrounded by the monthly WWP EN Webinars, every first Tuesday a month.
We are glad to tell you, that the network is further growing: We are now alltogether 44 Members of WWP EN. Find short descriptions of our new members in the member’s section of this newsletter.
Furthermore we are happy to present more detailed two of our member organisations: The Institute of Violence Prevention from Poland, host of this year’s Annual Workshop and C.A.M. from Italy, host of this year’s Study Visit.
We are glad to announce our upcoming next webinar dates: 1.11., 6.12. and as special date 20.12. always at 11 CET. See below for more details.
We are looking forward to the Annual Workshop at October 12-14th in the beautiful and historical city of Krakow. Find more information about the Annual Workshop below.
La Réunion Régionale, 30 Novembre - Decembre 1
(english version below)
Nous tenons à développer un réseau organisant ces programmes pour les auteurs de violences, dans les pays et régions francophones.
La réunion régionale est prévue le mercredi 30 Novembre et jeudi, Decembre 1, à Anvers – Belgique. Plus d’informations plus bas dans le texte.
French Speaking Regional Meeting, 30 November - 1 December
We would like to invite you to a regional meeting for perpetrator programmes or specialised women's support services from French speaking regions or countries from 30th November to the 1st December 2016 in Anvers – Belgium. Find more information below.
The Study Visit 2016 with a small group of 8 participants will take place in Florence, Italy, from 7th - 9th of November. More information
WWP EN Partner Services and Partnerships Questionnaire
We are looking at best practice and developing guidance on Victim safety in perpetrator work, Partner services for perpetrator programmes, and Relationships between the specialised women's support and perpetrator services. More Information
Safe-the Date: Tuesday 1st November 2016 is Respect’s National Practitioner Network Event: Perpetrators: Innovations in Practice and Policy. Read more
Find some links to recent publications related to Gender Equality and Domestic Violence below.
Find more information below about training DVD’s provided by The Home of the Duluth Model.
If you are looking for funding possibilities, you should have a look at the current EC funding call here.
I look forward to seeing you in our next webinars or in person at the network’s Annual Workshop in Cracow, Poland.
Communication and Membership Manager, WWP EN
The next WWP EN newsletter will be published approximately in December.
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We are glad to present our three recent Members:
Vive Zene Tuzla, Citizen Association
Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Vive Zene is a non-governmental organisation established in 1994 during the war, supported by women from Dortmund, Germany. The main focus is on pscho-social assistance and support to victims of war, torture and vioelence, and to strengthen the capacity of other organisations and institutions and represent a multidisciplinary, democrativ and participatory approach in working with traumatized families and individuals. Vive Zene with their multi-disciplinary team today provides an effective psychosocial support through treatment family therapy, individual and group psychotherapy, medical care, social and legal consultation and teaching, in the center and community. Find more information on the website.
FMS – The Federation of Mother and Child Homes and Shelters
The Federation of Mother and Child Homes and Shelters, founded in 1945, is a nationwide child welfare organisation, that helps children and families in difficult and insecure situations and prevents domestic violence.
The Federation is the central organisation for its 30 member associations. The member associations across Finland maintain 10 mother and child homes, six homes focussing on treatment of drug and alcohol-related problems and 11 shelters. Work with perpetrators is done in 16 member associations. Find more information on the website.
Anti-Violence Network of Georgia (AVNG)
Anti-Violence Network of Georgia (AVNG) has been working on domestic violence issues since 2003 in Georgia. The organization provides legal consultation and psycho-social rehabilitation to the Domestic Violence survivors. AVNG has 9 regional committees and 5 sub-committees throughout Georgia. Find more information on the website.