Published in January 2015, the 25th issue of Fempower focuses on "Integrated and survivor-oriented approaches in the work with perpetrators of gender-based violence - Good practices, gaps and challenges", with contributions from authors in five European countries.
At the occasion of the 20th Anniversary of the Network, WAVE has brought together information on the History of the network, its milestones and many successes, as well as projects and publications carried out over the years! The Brochure, largely distributed at the occasion of the 20th Anniversary Celebration of the WAVE Network (taking place during the 16th WAVE Annual Conference in Vienna, 16-19th November 2014), is now available for download from our website!
As of November 2014, the 40-page summary report on the FRA Survey 'Violence against Women: an EU-wide survey' is available on the FRA website in 22 EU languages (up until then, the report was available only in English, French and German). All language versions of the summary report can be accessed online.
The 16th WAVE Conference will take place in Vienna in less than two weeks! WAVE is looking forward to welcome all participants in Vienna, and to enjoy the occasion to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the network all together. The Conference programme, in its final version, is now available! Check it out here.
In 2012, the ‘Coordinated Efforts – Toward new European standards in protection of women from gender-based violence’ project was launched, led in cooperation with three WAVE Focal Points from two Western Balkan States (Macedonia and Serbia) and Slovenia
In 2015, progress and achievements made in the field of gender equality and women's empowerment in the world will be assessed, at the occasion of the global 20-year review of the implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action in March 2015. In preparation for the event, national and regional reviews are underway.
WAVE Focal Point in Romania A.L.E.G. has launched a call for donations, to support a delicious project!
The Gender Equality Festival will take place in Sibiu on 19-21 September 2014. At this occasion A.L.E.G. will raise money for the support center for victims of gender-based violence (part of A.L.E.G.) by selling tasty muffins.
Scottish Women’s Aid has recently published its calendar of Trainings for the period September 2014 to March 2015. Training sessions include, among many others, ‘Understanding the Dynamics of Domestic Abuse’, ‘Working with Children Experiencing Domestic Abuse’, ‘Honour-based Violence’, ‘Engaging with Men who Abuse Women Partners’
Founded by the association of several Romanian civil society organizations – Transcena Association, East European Institute for Reproductive Health (IEESR), Front Association, Centrul Parteneriat pentru Egalitate (CPE), E-Romnja Association, Filia Association, AnA Society for Feminist Analyses, Artemis Association, Association for Liberty and Equality of Gender A.L.E.G., as coordinator
Published in July 2014, ‘Defining and Profiling Serial Domestic Abuse Perpetrators: An All-Wales Feasibility Review’ is the interim report of the Integrated Offender Management (IOM) Cymru partnership-commissioned research aiming at providing empirical evidence about 'serial' and 'high-risk' domestic abuse perpetrators, to inform more consistent and effective multi-agency responses.