Counteracting Power Abuse

 

 

 

Counteracting Power Abuse

2018-1-ES02-KA205-011353

Project details

PROJECT OVERVIEW

The objective of this strategic partnership is, through the exchange of good practices, to fight the alarming situation that the participating countries are facing regarding power abuse.

 

The main objectives are:

  1. Transfer the best practices to counteract power abuse on young people.
  2. Acquire new tools and methodologies to counteract power abuse.
  3. Increase the level of awareness of real situation that young victims experience in terms of power abuse.
  4. Strengthen partnerships at the regional, national and European levels with entities that fight for the same cause.

MAIN ACTIVITIES

The main activities in the Project include:

Project meetings

  • Two transnational meetings will be held in Spain and Romania in which project and dissemination coordinators will participate to start the project officially, as well as make the final evaluation of it. The meeting in Romania was eliminated.

 

  • At the end of the course in Spain, an extra meeting will be done for the intermediate evaluation of the project and its dissemination campaign.

We can do it by Skype in case management task are not allowed in LA .

 

Learning activities

  • 1st Participatory Visit in Italy: AssociazioneAgrado will transfer their Best Practices and “Diagnosisand Analysis of power abuse” Additionally, we will visit relevant local entities in the field ofpreventive diagnosis and power abuse in young people. Participating visits will be attended by 2 participants from each organisation (project coordinator, dissemination coordinator).
  • 2nd Participatory Visit in Poland: AWA will transfer their Best Practices and work done to counteractthe abuse of power in young women. We will visit relevant local entities on gender issues.
  • 3rd participatory visit in Hungary: Anthropolis will present us their work done in the dissemination andawareness, as well as the best practices to counteract the abuse of power. Additionally, they willshare their Digital Storytelling tool.
  • 8-day course in Spain: Permacultura Cantabria will conduct a course to counteract the abuse ofpower in Spain, where they will share their best practices and emotional management tools so thatyoung people are able to face and overcome situations of power abuse. Additionally, we will visitlocal entities that work with disadvantaged groups where they will show us how they work with thetopics previously discussed in the participatory visits (Analysis and prevention, sexism,dissemination of activities and work tools). During this course, ATA will have space to transfer theirgood practices, initiatives and activities to fight against power abuse in young people from rural areasand ethnic minorities.

4 participants (project coordinator, dissemination coordinator, 1 youth worker and 1 young participant).

 

 

Activities without specific budget:

  1. Each organisation will carry out aninternal workshopto transfer the skills and knowledge acquired, as well as to raise the level of awareness among young people about the current situation around power abuse, as well as tools to counteract it.

 

  1. The organisations involved will carry out a campaign to disseminate the best practices learned, tools and knowledge acquired to maximize the exploitation of the results.

C1: PARTICIPATORY VISIT TO ITALY

– Date: January 2019 in the new timeline.(April 2019 in 204 project).

Objectives:

1) To learn their “Diagnosis and Analysis of power abuse” Tool. Transactional analysis (TA).

2) To visit relevant local entities in the field of preventive diagnosis and power abuse in young people.

3) To gain deeper knowledge on power abuse suffered by young people (women in 204) belonging to vulnerable groups (ethnic and rural minorities, refugees, elderly…)

 

– Programing:

 

Day 1

8.30 Breakfast

9.30-11.00 Participants presentation and team formation

11.30-13.00 Cooperation improvement

13:00-15:00 Lunch

15.00-16.30 Inclusion games- Discriminatory prejudices and interrogation

16:30-17:00 Coffee Break

17.00-18.30 Games – Who stays behind?

20.30-22:00 Dinner

22.00 Night out

 

Day 2

8.30 Breakfast

9.30-11.00 Transactional analysis – Key Concepts

11.30-13.00 Transactional analysis: EGO states and work in pairs

13:00-15:00 Lunch

15.00-16.30 Transactional analysis: 3 transactions

16:30-17:00 Coffee Break

17.00-18.30 Role playing games

20.30-22:00 Dinner

22.00 Board game night

 

Day 3

8.30 Breakfast

9.30-11.00 Visit: MisericordiaEmpoli / OXFAM: immigrants care (round table)

11.30-13.00 LILITH: gender violence (round table)

13:00-15:00 Lunch

15.00-16.30 ARCI EmpoleseValdelsa: anti-fascist activities, immigrant services(round table)

16:30-17:00 Coffee Break

17.00-18.30 Visit: Radio Orme

20.30-22:00 Dinner

22.00 Farewell night

 

– Participants:

 

Anthropolis

Project Coordinator (PC): David Ban

Dissemination Coordinator (DC): Balazs Nagy

 

ATA

(PC): FodorMozes

(DC): Nagy GezaAttila

 

Associazione Agrado

(PC): LarisGuerri

(DC): Marco Politano

 

AWA

(PC): MonikaSobańska

(DC): AgnieszkaPietrzak

 

Permacultura Cantabria

(PC): Oscar Argumosa

(DC): Carmen Solla

C2: PARTICIPATORY VISIT TO Poland

Date: March 2019 (July in 204 project).

Objectives:

1) To share best practices regarding gender related abuse

2)To comprehend the systemic abuse suffered by youngwomen, focusing especially on the situation of immigrant women

3) To visit local entities relevant to the counteracting violence against women and genderequality

 

– Programing:

Day 1

8.30 Breakfast

9.30 – 11.00 Presentation of the actions and projects on gender violence and abuse

implemented by WAW 2004-2010 in Poland (Silesia region)

11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Break

11.30-13.00 Best practices in the fight against violence towards women in Poland

13:00-15:00 Lunch

15.00 – 16.30 Round table with activists, educators, scientists and local legislators on the prevention of violence, discrimination and abuse in the Silesia region

16:30 -17:00 Coffee Break

17.00- 18.30 Exchange and debate

20.30 – 22:00 Dinner

 

Day 2

8.30 Breakfast

9.30 – 11.00 Master Suppression Techniques, meeting with representatives of the Polish Anti-

Discrimination Education Society; Synergy of the results of the project with KA2 Strategic

Association in the Master of Suppression Techniques

11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Break

11.30-13.00 Exchange and debate

13:00-15:00 Lunch

15.00 – 16.30 Meeting with local and regional politics to disseminate project results and broaden its impact

16:30 -17:00 Coffee Break

17.00- 18.30 Dissemination meeting with the City Council – presentation of adult initiatives on gender derived violence and abuse

20.30 – 22:00 Dinner

Day 3

8.30 Breakfast

9.30 – 11.00 Round table with the activists of the interdisciplinary team for the prevention of

domestic violence in Sosnowiec

11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Break

11.30-13.00 Exchange and debate

13:00-15:00 Lunch

15.00 – 16.30 Round table with the activists of the Superior Council; debate on how to

prevent violence towards women

16:30 -17:00 Coffee Break

17.00- 18.30 Exchange, debate and closure

20.30 – 22:00 Dinner

– Same participants (project coordinator and dissemination coordinator)

C3: PARTICIPATORY VISIT TO Hungary

Date: May 2019 (October in 204 project)

Objectives:

-To comprehend better the systematic abuse suffered by young people (women) (especially those who come from difficult backgrounds, such as ethnic minorities, rural areas, refugees)

– To understand the best practices carried out by Anthropolis to counteract the systematic abuse suffered by these groups.

-To visit relevant local entities who work with these groups acknowledging their main work tools

-To obtain dissemination tools useful for increasing power abuse(gender violence) awareness among our community members.

 

– Programing:

Day 1

8.30 Breakfast

9.30 – 11.00 Digital Narration: Introduction

11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Break

11.30 – 13.00 Digital Narration and its multiple uses

13:00 – 15:00 Lunch

15.00 – 16.30 Exchange and debate: the third sector: Digital narration and power (gender) abuse

16:30 -17:00 Coffee Break

17:00 – 18.30 Visit: Terres des Hommes

20:30 – 22:00 Cena

 

Day 2

8:30 Breakfast

9:30 – 11:00 Digital Narration and power abuse (violence towards women) experiences: listening

11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Break

11.30 – 13.00 Digital Narration and audiovisual creation: power abuse(gender violence) movies

13:00 – 15:00 Lunch

15.00 – 16.30 Visual creation dissemination and vital experiences

16:30 – 17:00 Coffee Break

17:00 – 18:30 Visit: NANE (Women For Women Together Against Violence); round table

20:30 – 22:00 Dinner

 

Day 3

8:30 Breakfast

9:30 – 11:00 Workshop: Creating our own audiovisual products

11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Break

11.30 – 13.00 Workshop: Creating our own audiovisual products

13:00 – 15:00 Lunch

15.00 – 16.30 Audiovisual content presentation

16:30 – 17:00 Coffee Break

17:00 – 18.30 Debate and closure

20:30 – 22:00 Dinner

– Same participants (project coordinator and dissemination coordinator)

C4: 6-day course in Spain

Course title: Counteracting power abuse/(Breaking the silence:  fight against violence and abuse on women)

Date: October 2018 (January in 204 project)

Objectives:

1)To transfer tools for analysis and diagnosis and “Digital Storytelling” as well as the best practices to counteract power abuse (gender violence and abuse towards women) acquired in participatory visits.

2)To gain the knowledge about emotional management to make facing and overcoming situations of power abuse (any kind of violence) easier.

3)Visiting other relevant organisations form Cantabria to comprehend methodology, tools and best practices that they use on a local level.

 

– Programing:

Note: The following programme was designed for a 8-day course, but the duration will be only 6 days (due to the budget cuts).

It has been designed based on the vertical and horizontal axes system.

 

Vertical axes:

-Comprehend: to familiarize ourselves with other participants organisation profiles, action

spectrum and potential

– Share: to understand each others problems and interests to engage in future initiatives as a

Strategic Partnership

– Collaborate: to develop alliances for future project creation, especially those which seek to

continue fighting against power abuse (violence and abuse towards women) (AK2)

 

Horizontal Axes:

Workshops and everyday working sessions

-Program presentation, group formation and motivations.

-Youthpass, Key competences and virtual mobility

Presentation and debate

New tools and methodologies for the violence prevention and counteracting.

 

Counteracting power abuse (gender violence); comprehending the current situation session:

-Diagnostic and evaluation tool; best practices exchange

-Preventive analysis and diagnosis of vulnerable situations tool

-Exchange of good practices on preventive and diagnostic analysis systems

 

Raising awareness level regarding power abuse (gender related abuse) in the society; working on the visibility of the entities:

-Tools for preventing, visualizing and awareness raising tool regarding violence

-“Digital Storytelling” tool

-Creation of short films

 

Gender equality and young women

-Tools for preventing, visualizing and awareness raising tool regarding violence towards

women

-Comprehending the situation of systemic abuse against women, especially migrant women

-Visiting the General Council of Equality and Women in Cantabria

-Exchange of good practices on gender equality

 

Abuse towards people (women) from minority groups:

-Becoming aware of oppression of people (women) who belong to minority groups (ROMA, disabled, LGTBQ, migrant, refugee, rural areas, elderly etc.)

-Visiting the ROMA Secretary Foundation

-Visit to the Social Services Institute in Cantabria (ICASS)

-Exchange of good practices to counteract violence towards minorities

 

Abuse of power towards the disabled people:

-Visiting the Cantabrian Federation of Physically and Organically Disabled People(COCEMFE)

-Exchange of good practices to counteract violence towards people with disabilities

 

Emotional management tool for facing and overcoming power abuse (gender violence related) situations:

-Introduction to the basic principle of emotional management

-Sharing our experiences related to gender violence and abuse

-The importance of emotional discharge in abusive situations

-Understand social oppression to understand human beings

-The group’s energy and power relations

 

Teamwork sessions:

-Network creation and future projects

-Strengthening regional and EU alliances with entities working on the same issues

-Comprehending strengths of our organisations to counteract power abuse (violence against women)

-Difficulties and challenges our entities face

-New initiatives to counteract power abuse (gender related abuse) (future KA2 projects)

-Presentation of KA2 initiatives to counteract power abuse (gender related abuse)

-From the abstract to the concrete: make future commitments and alliances.

-Daily evaluations

-Final evaluation

 

Intercultural exchange:

Cultural visit to Santander

– Same participants (project coordinator and dissemination coordinator)+Each entity will select 1 Youth (Adult) Worker and 2 Young (Adult) Participant.

WORK TEAM, TASK DISTRIBUTION AND DEADLINES

Permacultura Cantabria

-Oscar Argumosa: Project coordinator, course director

-Carmen Solla: dissemination coordinator

-Virginia Pañeda: contact person and project implementation

-Silvia Abascal: translations

 

Disadvantage participants:“Pasiegan Valleys” was, traditionally, dedicated to agriculture and livestock. Nowadays, young people from its community have faced or face economic difficulties and, therefore, difficulty accessing training and employment.

 

AWA

-Monika Sobańska: Project coordinator

-AgnieszkaPietrzak: dissemination coordinator

-HalinaSobańska: trainer during the visit to Poland

 

Disadvantage participants:

AWA is located in one of the regions of Poland where there gender violence and abuse towards women is occurring on a daily basis.

 

Anthropolis

-ViktoriaMihalkó: Project coordinator

-David Ban: dissemination coordinator

-Mihalkó: power abuse expert

-Balázs Nagy: “Digital Storytelling” trainer

 

Disadvantage participants:

The organisation works with Roma men and women who come from a social environment with unfavorable economic and social conditions.

 

ATA

Fodor Mozes: Project coordinator

Nagy Geza Attila: dissemination coordinator

HegyiIstvan: trainer in the visit to Romania

 

Disadvantage participants:

The NGO is formed and represents the population of a Hungarian minority group in Romania. People from the Roma ethnic group, who identify themselves as Hungarians, are part of this group. Deaf people.

 

 

Agrado Association

LarisGuerri: Project coordinator

Marco Politano: dissemination coordinator

Chiara Falchi: trainer in the visit to Italy

 

Disadvantage participants:

They work with peoplewho face or have faced difficult economic obstacles and who have been unemployed for a long time.

 

Mobilities: Transnational Project Meetings and Learning Activities

* The beneficiaries must ensure that insurance coverage is provided to participants involved in mobility activities abroad (we recommend it for longer stays).

* European Health Card: all participants must get it before the mobility (all kind of mobilities).

 

Writing a new application (K2 project)

The participating entities will submit at a new project (two more in 204) regarding the topic.

 

DISSEMINATION STRATEGY

-Dissemination before the course

Main goal: to share the information about the project, participatory visits and expected results.

 

Resources: using informative press and online articles, leaflets, newsletters and websites and blog created for the purpose of the project, which will be used throughout the project duration;

 

Other activities:

-meetings; face to face meetings with interested organisations and individuals to promote the project, its objectives and expected results;

-we want to invite adult workers from other entities to join our internal workshops

-round tables; during the 3 participatory visits we will organize round tables; they will serve to familiarize ourselves with the work of other organisations that fight for counteracting violence and abuse towards women and their initiatives, to exchange best practices among all participants and extend the project coverage. We will issue an open invitation to participate for any organisationinterested in the topic.

 

Indicators:

content creating (fliers: 1/entity/month, articles: 1/entity/2 months, newsletter: 1/entity/2 months, blog: 1 blog);

Round tables (2 mass disseminations; responsibility of the hosting organisation)

Meetings (1/month/entity)

 

 

-Dissemination during the course

Objective: sharing the course in Spain experience, cultural exchange and motivating other people to participate in Erasmus + mobilities

 

Content creating: we will produce and upload online (Youtube) a short video showing the purpose of the course based on photos and clips recorded by the course participants; they will also produce various short films using the Storytelling technique presented by Anthropolis. Those short films will also be shared in our social media.

 

Facebook event for the course; this will be set up and shared by the participating organisations, entities involved with Erasmus+ interested in social inclusion and those who work with vulnerable minority groups.

 

Experience sharing – the participants will be encouraged to share their course experiences actively as they happen on their social networks by publishing pictures, videos and other content; the same will be done by the Coordinators.

 

Indicators:

content creating (1 video, 5 short videos created using digital storytelling, 1 Facebook page: 2 publications/month)

Experiences and course highlights dissemination: 2 publications/day

 

 

-Dissemination after the course

Objective: to share project results and transfer newly gained knowledge and tools locally, nationally and internationally.

 

Face to face dissemination work: each participating entity will be in charge of preparing presentations for main local organisationswho work on the topic; that way the project will gain additional coverage and new alliances will be formed.

 

Internal workshops: after the course in Spain each organisation will prepare an internal workshop which objective will betransferring the knowledge onto the rest of the staff of the entity, other youth workers (adult trainers), young people (adults) they work with and other members of the local community; each entity will issue an invitation to the workshop and promote it on their social network pages so other organisation interested in this subject could participate.

 

Indicators:

content creation (success stories: 3/entity; each one will be published 4 times, newsletter: 1/entity/2 months, articles: 1/entity/2 months; newsletter and articles will be mass disseminated)

Tools and knowledge dissemination (4 promoting materials creation/ 8 publications/entity/month)

Meetings with interested organisations (1/entity/month)

Board meetings (1/entity/month)

Internal workshops (1/entity, 1 promotional material and 2 publications/entity/month)

 

 

Erasmus Platforms:

Erasmus+ Project Results Platform, EPALE and SALTO (not in 204).

FINANCIAL CONTROL

*Permacultura Cantabria will be in charge of the financial control.

*Each partner must report their expenses at the end of each month with supporting documents (scanned invoices issued to their organisation) and upload them to Google Drive.Thus, we can plan possible revisions between budget items.

*Original documents may be requested during the controls, the Partner is liable to submit original copies of the documents and to keep accounting reports.The Commission may carry out inspections or evaluations within 5 years as of the date of application of the contract and the date on which the person is paid (as the total budget exceed EUR 60 000).

*Partners are allowed to adjust the estimated budget by transfers between the differentbudget categories. The Coordinator and the Partners are allowed to transfer up to 20% of the funds allocated for project management and transnational project meetings, intellectual outputs, multiplier activities, learning/teaching/training activities and exceptional costs to any budget category except project management and implementation costs and exceptional costs.

 

Transfers may result with 20% increase at most on the amount set out in the following table. Approval of the Coordinator is required for each budget transfer.

 

Budget Item Ammount
Project Management and Implementation 27.000,00
Transnational Project Meetings 4.970,00
Learning/Teaching/Training Activities 33.230,00
Total 65.200,00

 

 

*Budget details per Participating Organisations
Budget allocation per organisation as indicated in the Annex II of the Grant Agreement is not obligatory and may be modified by the beneficiary under the condition that the activities and outputs of the project are realised and delivered in accordance with the Grant Agreement and the work plan presented in the corresponding application form.

 

 

*If any deduction is made in the budget due to a failure by the partner to fulfill its obligations and/ or of negligence, this amount shall be deducted from the budget of the partner.  In case the next payment to be made does not suffice for the deduction, the Partner hereby accepts and undertakes to make this payment in cash.

 

PAYMENT PLAN

It was stablished already in the internal agreements:

EconomicDistribution Payment plan
According to the Grant Agreement Firstpayment Lastpayment
Applicant: Permacultura Cantabria (Cantabria, Spain) 15182 12146 3036
Partner 1: Active Women Association (SOSNOWIEC, Poland) 12152 9722 2430
Partner 2: Associazione Agrado (Vinci, Italy) 12342 9874 2468
Partner 3: AnthropolisAntropológiaiKözhasznúEgyesület (Budapest, Hungary) 12152 9722 2430
Partner 4: Asociația de TineridinArdeal (CristuruSecuiesc, Romania) 13372 10698 2674
65200 52160 13040

REPORTING

*The Project starts on 1st August 2018and finishes on 31stJanury 2020 (18 months).

* There will be not interim report.

*Within 60 days after the end date of the Project, the coordinator must complete a final report on the implementation of the Project, and, when applicable, upload all project results in the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform.

*The coordinator must use the Mobility Tool+ to record all information in relation to the activities undertaken under the Project, and to complete and submit theFinal report.

*All requests for payments and reports must be submitted in Spanish.

  1. a) Project management and implementation

– Triggering event: the event that conditions the entitlement to the grant is that the beneficiary implements the activities and produces the outputs

– Supporting documents: proof of activities undertaken and outputs produced will be provided in the form of a description of these activities and outputs in the final report. In addition, outputs produced will be uploaded by the coordinator in the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform.

– Reporting: on behalf of the Project as a whole, the coordinator must report on the final distribution of funds and on undertaken activities and results.

 

  1. b) Transnational project meetings

(c) Supporting documents:

 

– For travel taking place between the sending organisation and the receiving organisation: proof of attendance of the activity in the form of a declaration signed by the receiving organisation(attendance certificate in annexes).

-Proof of attendance of the transnational project meeting in the form of a participants list signed by the participants and the receiving organisation(in annexes)

– Detailed agenda and any documents used or distributed at the transnational project meeting.

  1. c) Learning, teaching and training activities

(c) Supporting documents:

– Travel

*For travel taking place between the sending organisation and the receiving organisation: proof of attendance of the activity in the form of a declaration signed by the receiving organisation specifying the name of the participant, the purpose of the activity, as well as its starting and end date,;

* In case of travel from a place different than that where the sending organisation is located and/or travel to a place different than that where the receiving organisation is located which leads to a change of distance band, the actual travel itinerary shall be supported with travel tickets or other invoices specifying the place of departure and the place of arrival.

(ii) Individual support – Proof of attendance of the activity in the form of a declaration signed by the receiving organisation specifying the name of the participant, the purpose of the activity, as well as its start and end date;

PROBLEMS IN REPORTING OR IMPLEMENTATION

In the preparation phase, we agreed solutions for potential problems:

 

– A participant fails to attend meetings, does not sign the commitment to participate, does not perform their tasks on time or violates their obligations – that participant will be given a written notification of his departure from the project; a substitute will be sought as soon as possible.

 

– A participant fails to obtain the European Health Card before the exchange activity begins – the project coordinator of each entity will personally supervise that this occurs on time.

 

– A participant exhibits a bad behavior during his stay abroad (such as lack of respect towards another person or danger to himself or to his companions) – the Project Coordinator of the host entity will notify the sending entity; in addition, the management or contact person of the host organisation may decide to expel the participant from the activity.

 

– A partner stops cooperating or abandons the project – the problem will be notified immediately to the National Agency by email, and if there is no response within a week, you will be notified by phone to get information on how to proceed. The internal agreement between the partners also establishes that if an associated entity leaves the project, it must return used funds.

 

– A participant is late in fulfilling the agreed tasks – the Project Coordinator of said organisation will be asked to give reasons for the delay (the same will be done if the person who is delayed is the contact person). If there is no response within a week, a warning email will be sent, communicating that the fact will be disclosed to the National Agency where the project was presented and in the country to which the participant belongs.

 

– A Project Coordinator delays the payments to the rest of the entities – when not justified, the partners will notify the National Agency where the project was presented in case of delay of more than one month.

 

– A Project Coordinator from one of the entities involved does not send the invoices to the Anthropolisorganisation at the end of theproject – if not justified, the coordinator will delay the last payment to the organisation until the invoices are received.

If a conflict occurs internally (within one organisation), it is to be managed by the Project Coordinator from that organisation. This Project Coordinator will notify the applicant organisation in order to solve it together.

 

Should a conflict of other nature that listed above occur, it will be managed by the collective of Project Coordinators during a meeting structured as follows:

-conflict identification

-possible solutions debate

-solution agreement.

 

If the parties will not reach an agreement by themselves, a vote will be established among the best available options, choosing the one with the most votes. In the case of a tie vote, the vote of the applicant organisationwill be counted twice.

 

All parties will be notified of this conflict resolution measure; this will be reiterated at the initial meeting to help them understand better the procedure in case of conflict; during that meeting, we will establish the number of people who will be able to vote in such cases.

 

Poor, partial or late implementation

 

Poor implementation of the Project may be established by the NA on the basis of:

– The final report submitted by the coordinator;

– The products and outputs produced by the project;

 

A grant reduction based on poor, partial or late implementation may be applied to the total final amount of eligible expenses and may be of:

– 25% if the final report scores at least 40 points and below 50 points;

– 50% if the final report scores at least 25 points and below 40 points;

– 75% if the final report scores below 25 points.

 

Termination of the Contract

The Partner notifies the Coordinator immediately in case of appearance of any situation that may affect the performance of the Contract of Partnership.

The Coordinator may cancel the Contract of Partnership on the condition to preserve all rights for damages through a notification to the Partner.

Other reasons for termination are:

  • If the Coordinator decides that this Contract shall be affected negatively because of any negligence and/or late notification of the Partner,
  • In case of occurrence of the conditions specified under the article of failure to deliver the documents in Article 11 of this Contract or violation of any article of the Contract,
  • In case of occurrence of any of the conditions that shall require termination of the Contract which is set out in Article 2 of the Grant Contract in Annex 1, this contract will be terminated.

 

Activities carried out

– Date: January 2019 in the new timeline.(April 2019 in 204 project).

Objectives:

1) To learn their “Diagnosis and Analysis of power abuse” Tool. Transactional analysis (TA).

2) To visit relevant local entities in the field of preventive diagnosis and power abuse in young people.

3) To gain deeper knowledge on power abuse suffered by young people (women in 204) belonging to vulnerable groups (ethnic and rural minorities, refugees, elderly…)

 

– Programing:

 

Day 1

8.30 Breakfast

9.30-11.00 Participants presentation and team formation

11.30-13.00 Cooperation improvement

13:00-15:00 Lunch

15.00-16.30 Inclusion games- Discriminatory prejudices and interrogation

16:30-17:00 Coffee Break

17.00-18.30 Games – Who stays behind?

20.30-22:00 Dinner

22.00 Night out

 

Day 2

8.30 Breakfast

9.30-11.00 Transactional analysis – Key Concepts

11.30-13.00 Transactional analysis: EGO states and work in pairs

13:00-15:00 Lunch

15.00-16.30 Transactional analysis: 3 transactions

16:30-17:00 Coffee Break

17.00-18.30 Role playing games

20.30-22:00 Dinner

22.00 Board game night

 

Day 3

8.30 Breakfast

9.30-11.00 Visit: MisericordiaEmpoli / OXFAM: immigrants care (round table)

11.30-13.00 LILITH: gender violence (round table)

13:00-15:00 Lunch

15.00-16.30 ARCI EmpoleseValdelsa: anti-fascist activities, immigrant services(round table)

16:30-17:00 Coffee Break

17.00-18.30 Visit: Radio Orme

20.30-22:00 Dinner

22.00 Farewell night

 

– Participants:

 

Anthropolis

Project Coordinator (PC): David Ban

Dissemination Coordinator (DC): Balazs Nagy

 

ATA

(PC): FodorMozes

(DC): Nagy GezaAttila

 

Associazione Agrado

(PC): LarisGuerri

(DC): Marco Politano

 

AWA

(PC): MonikaSobańska

(DC): AgnieszkaPietrzak

 

Permacultura Cantabria

(PC): Oscar Argumosa

(DC): Carmen Solla

On the 29-30th of September 2018 took place the first transnational meeting in Cantabria (Spain) to officially start the Erasmus+ project.

“BREAKING THE SILENCE: FIGHT AGAINST VIOLENCE AND ABUSE OF WOMEN” (2018-1-HU01-KA204-047751)

Permacultura Cantabria hosted the kick off meeting, which was attended by representatives from 5 European entities.

The main aim of this project is, through the exchange of good practices, to counteract gender violence and abuse among adult women by providing direct attention and social inclusion services to gender related abuse victims, as well as raising awareness in society about the importance of protecting those who are more vulnerable. To achieve these goals, some participatory visits and a training course will be carried out in order to provide participants with new tools for the identification and diagnosis of the abuse women experience and how to deal with it.