The 2018 WWP EN “Responsible Together” Perpetrator Work Campaign served as a symbol and a promise to continue the support of gender equality and non-violence through responsible perpetrator work based on safety, accountability and cooperation.
The WWP EN campaign provided information on perpetrator work, and identified, clarified and worked toward eliminating misconceptions about perpetrator programmes through activities organised by 18 member organisations from 11 countries throughout the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence 2018.
We developed a range of campaign materials which address different issues around perpetrator work:
- The flyer addresses the most common misconceptions and critiques towards perpetrator programmes. They support a dialogue and exchange between critics and perpetrator programmes.
- The poster gives an overview of the areas perpetrator programmes work in and shows the importance of perpetrator work for holistic community-based interventions against gender-based violence.
- The postcard speaks to perpetrators directly and covers a range of abusive behaviours, such as financial, psychological and physical violence, aiding in spreading information about different kinds of abuse.