#Hereforus is an in formation campaign based on the need to find ways of community care and mutual support, by sharing knowledge, practices and ideas. The purpose of this flyer is to help to establish ways of care and support, promote equality and human rights, and spread useful and supportive information for asylum seekers and...
Debates and discourses about children on the move do not occur in a vacuum. They are shaped by social and political contexts...
This handy guide contains essential information for survivors of domestic violence, but also for any person who wants to provide...
The goal of the Handbook is to become a Guidebook for professionals who would like to integrate a more gender and culturally sensitized approach into their activities.
Final report of the evaluating research regarding availability, accessibility, quality of GBV response services among immigrants and refugees.
The guidance document focuses on the best practices concerning interpretation and cultural mediation based on the gender criteria
This comparative report aims to enhance EU member-states’ policies concerning GBV elimination
This guide’s main goal is to promote a culturally sensitive approach regarding the protection of GBV survivors
This index seeks to contribute to the public discussion regarding GBV and improving the protection of victims
This document provides auxiliary staff with guidelines aiming to sensitize and educate them about GBV
Transnational research about Female Genital Mutilation aiming to understand potential danger for female immigrants and refugees in the EU
This research aims to specify female migrants' participation procedures in local councils/ political committees, trade unions etc.
International model guidelines along with relevant national legal framework regarding the prevention and coping with GBV
This research records the needs of vulnerable female refugees living in temporary accommodation services for refugees in Greece
This guide seeks to clarify the concepts, procedures and rights of female asylum seekers and recognised female refugees