The network organises three different networking events each year: The annual workshop, the thematic meeting and the study visit. Until 2016, WWP EN organised regional meetings which were now replaced by the thematic meetings. Additionally, WWP EN offers diverse webinars throughout the year.
The WWP EN Annual Workshop is an important event for central actors of the European perpetrator work scene. Presentations on relevant issues and training workshops further knowledge-exchange, while face-to-face-contact and diverse networking opportunities strengthens the personal bonding and the level of trust among the participants. The annual workshops enable mutual learning and support, as well as the evaluation of activities and progress in the work of member organisations.
Non-members are welcome to attend the Annual Workshop. If you are interested in attending the Annual Workshop, simply send an e-mail to info(at)work-with-perpetrators.eu and we will answer any questions you have.
WWP EN Annual Workshops
You can find more information on the different annual workshops here:
WWP EN Regional Meetings
The first regional meeting in 2015 had a focus on eastern and southeastern Europe. Within the meeting we would like to foster the capacity building and to explore the specific needs of the members in the regions. Here you can find more information:
WWP EN Thematic Meetings
2018 is the the first year WWP EN will be holding a thematic meeting.
WWP EN Study Visits
With the study visit WWP presents best-practice-examples and deep insights into perpetrator programmes in different countries to the Members. The small working group enables sharing of experiences, knowledge and practices through intense discussions and practical trainings.
Here you can find more information:
WWP EN Webinars
The WWP EN webinars focus on different areas of interest within perpetrator work, such as accountability, cooperation with women's services and other efforts to improve responsible perpetrator work.
You can find more information on our webinars here: