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Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to present you with the fourth special edition newsletter focusing on gender-based violence (GBV) in the context of migration, prepared as part of the BRIDGE project. The BRIDGE project is implemented under the lead of Terre des hommes Regional Office for Europe together with partners from Belgium (Defence for Children International DCI-Belgium and FEDASIL), Greece (ARSIS), Malta (Kopin) and Romania (Tdh Romania), and has the overall objective to strengthen the statutory response to GBV affecting children and youth on the move in EU countries. 

In this edition, you can read about some of the recent project developments, learn about our upcoming webinar and the available e-learning course on GBV and learn more from a number of selected interesting materials on the topic of GBV.

Enroll in the online course on GBV to learn how to prevent GBV and protect children and youth on the move from GBV. The course has been developed as part of the BRIDGE project and is available in Dutch, English, French, Greek, Romanian.

As part of the BRIDGE project we are organizing a series of webinars on the topic of GBV with the aim to share good practices and experiences, initiatives, knowledge and learning. You may listen to the recordings of the previously held webinars here.

SAVE THE DATE – March 26, 2020 at 2pm CEST! Join our webinar (details below) to hear from Anđa Petrović first-hand information about the experiences and challenges faced by refugee and migrant women and girls in Serbia.

Join us for a webinar!

26 Mar 2020

This webinar is being organized as part of the regional project "Building Relationships through Innovative Development of Gender-Based Violence Awareness in Europe - BRIDGE" which has the aim to strengthen the statutory response to gender-based...

Enroll in our e-learning course on GBV!

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03 Sep 2019

This online course has been designed for professionals who come into contact with children and youth on the move.  The focus is on building the knowledge and capacity to prevent, identify, and respond to gender-based violence (GBV). Through the...

Learn more about gender-based violence and ongoing activities

31 Jan 2020

Around 20 care professionals from Belgium, Greece, Malta and Romania will gather in Budapest 20–21 February for a Coaching and Mentoring Workshop, organized as part of the regional project, Building Relationships through Innovative Development of...

30 Sep 2019

"Co-creating a Counselling Method for Refugee Women GBV Victims" aims to inform and support refugee women who have been victims of gender-based violence and to improve their access to services.  The purpose of this training manual is twofold: to...

01 Mar 2020

In a new report, UNICEF, Plan International and UN Women among many facts say: The number of out-of-school girls has dropped by 79 million in the last two decades The number of female youth aged 15-24 years who are illiterate declined from 100...

01 Nov 2018

This pocket guide aims to support the design, implementation and evaluation of a girls’ empowerment program with a focus on Serbia and Bulgaria. It defines the standards and guidelines that the Gender Section of UNICEF Europe and Central Asia...

15 Dec 2019

This trainer’s handbook is a technical tool kit which can be used to implement a non-formal educational programme of life skills for unaccompanied and separated unaccompanied and separated adolescent boys (10 to 19 years old) and young men (15 to 24...

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The BRIDGE project is supported by the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014-2020).

 

This newsletter was funded by the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014-2020).

The content of this newsletter represents the views of the author only and is his/her sole responsibility. The European Commission does not accept any responsibility for use that may be made of the information it contains.

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