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  • Project A Comparative Analysis of Community Focused Initiatives

    A Comparative Analysis of Community Focused Initiatives Aimed at Supporting Women, Children and Young People Who Have Been the Focus of Violence, Exploitation or Trafficking in Three Regions of the United Kingdom, Germany and Romania 

    Reference

    JLS/DAP/2007-1/05 

    Promoter

    Newman University College, UK

    Budget

    €284.000 (€235.000 of EU support)

    Timeframe

    From October 2009 to February 2011

    Partners

    Germany, Romania and UK

    Objectives and results

    The project's objective was to examine whether lessons can be learned from existing models of good practice and if these can be generalised to provide overarching principles for the development of more effective policy and practice.

    A specific output from the project were case study materials that can be disseminated for inter-professional and inter-agency training purposes. It is intended that research outputs will be used to assist in developing the direction of future work.

    At the heart of the project was the intention to support Daphne III’s aims to promote the ‘positive treatment’, ‘well-being’, equality and ‘self-fulfilment’ of those who are the victims of violence, exploitation and trafficking.

    Publications and other resources

    Further information

    Ms Heard Mandy – coordinator - Mandy.heard@newman.ac.uk

    Tags

    Gender, Children, Victims, United Kingdom, Germany, Romania, Sexual exploitation, Training, Daphne III