A series of capacity building activities addressed to professionals of mental health, social workers, educators, lawyers, multidisciplinary teams of professionals were delivered as part of the project. Following the completion of the training, Diotima Centre and Genderhood prepared this Guide of good practices, based on their experiences during the implementation of the “PRESS” project.
The Guide is intended to serve as a non-formal learning tool, offering reference material to professionals, providing information regarding sexual harassment, but also specific tools to those who want to focus on building sexual harassment prevention activities.
The content of this guide has been organized by the types of professionals of those who might use it. We also want to encourage professionals who use this Guide to include personal reflections when applying the best practices to their work, and to adapt the proposed activities according to the needs of their audience/clients/beneficiaries.
Offer a consent-centric perspective to sexual harassment. The approach puts the experience of survivors at the core of the discussion and addresses the need for comprehensive approaches that expand the scope of support to include preventative measures.
Help different groups of professionals to recognise their potential to be involved in supporting persons with experiences of sexual harassment and showcase tools that could assist them to design and deliver prevention interventions.
**The guide is part of the #PRESS project, implemented under the CERV Project Grants with EU funding. The coordinating body is Diotima Center and partners are the Department of Communication and Mass Media of NKUA and Genderhood.