In this event, hosted by the WOW Festival, we will discuss sexual violence in and out of courtrooms, since the metoo Greece.
We invite you on Friday 24/3 at 6 pm, at the Serafio of the Municipality of Athens, to the launch event of the Equal_Gen project.
The interdisciplinary approach to gender violence with disabled women are highlighting the multiple institutional gaps in their support.
An accessible documentary about the experience of gender-based violence in women with sensory disabilities.
Presentation of the three reports of the project about the access of refugees on the move to housing, health, and work.
The Diotima Center organized an event for refugee women in Lesbos, on the occasion of World Refugee Day.
The dominant discourse could no longer present the perpetrators as “monsters”, and speak of “isolated incidents”.
Maria Apostolaki, the coordinator of legal services at the Diotima Center, presents the main institutional obstacles to the protection of surviving women.
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, we participate in various events that highlight the most important aspects of feminist claims.
The rule of love has been harsh and oppressive and has promoted patriarchal values albeit with spatial and temporal variations.
The 1st part of Maria Liapi’s presentation on domestic violence on the occasion of her participation in the 8th Psychopharmacology Conference.
Several months after the start of the Greek metoo, we are discussing the form this global movement took in our country.
Women victims were punished because they wanted to make their own decisions about their own lives and bodies.
The event is taking place on the occasion of the “Girls on the move in Greece” research, as part of a trans-Balkan program.
Femicides are crimes that committed in the context of deeply entrenched patriarchal power relations and male-dominated notions.
Event for the journey of Diotima Centre and its contribution to highlighting and fighting gender inequalities.
Six women from Cameroon, all residing in Moria in Lesvos, are writing about their trauma of gender-based violence.
On the occasion of the 16 days of activism, the Diotima Center and the UNHCR are holding an event to present the text “Pousse Pion”.
Through the event, we seek to open a lively dialogue on the issues of gender-based violence and refugeeism.
How violence against women, as well as femicide, appears in public discourse and in particular in the media (digital and traditional)?
Diotima Center is organizing a multicultural event entitled “Women Talk”, on the occasion of March 8, International Women’s Day.
For the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, the Diotima Center presented its “Don’t skip gender-based violence” campaign.
The event will take place at the Homeless Theatre of Mytilene, supported by the Office of the UNHCR.
On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, Diotima Center presents the “Don’t Skip” campaign.
The Diotima Center invites you to the GSGE conference entitled “National European challenges and perspectives in the management of the refugee issue”.
The study of Diotima Centre is entitled “Study to Detect the Needs of Refugee Women Living in Temporary Accommodation Structures”.
Performance with original texts by six Greek writers, concerning domestic violence in all different forms.
Discussion on the occasion of the start of the screening of the film “Matriarchy” organized by the Diotima Center and Greek Film Archive.