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Equal Gen


The project address issues of inequality, sexist attitudes and behaviours, and gender-based violence through group-specific methodologies.



The project implements a tailored support program aimed at women victims of gender-based violence (GBV) and their children.



The project is funded by by the EU in the context of CERV Project Grants for the period between 1 February 2022 until 31 January 2024.



The project is raising awareness and solutions for the best support of survivors with sensory disabilities.

Do the human right thing


The project advocates for the integration of refugees and international protection seekers in Greek society.

Strengthening for survivors


The program offer psycho-social support to refugee adolescent boys and adult men who are survivors of GBV and torture.



The programme aims at the prevention of forced marriages by training professionals working with potential victims.

Ariande II

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The project aims at protecting female immigrants and refugees who are survivors of domestic violence and preventing those cases.

Support of online helpdesk

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This project aims to support specialized professionals who staff the online helpdesk of Diotima Centre and its response in GBV.


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The project aims to increase the sensitivity of trainees to recognize gender inequality and its diverse cultural contexts.

Women going digital

The project aims at strengthening the digital skills of unemployed women and upgrading their professional profile.

All safe

The program’s goal is to support survivors and reduce the consequences of domestic violence in Attika region.


The project aims to increase awareness about rights and cultural services for immigrants and refugees, through community focal points.

Girls on the move

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First research in Greece regarding underage girls, reducing in this way the lack of knowledge and empirical data.


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The programme aims to act against gender-based violence, focusing on women survivors with low or no income.

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