In collaboration with and between its members, the European Network for the Work with Perpetrators of Domestic Violence (WWP EN) is constantly applying for grants and projects.
Learn more about our ongoing projects:
Overcoming the barriers that prevent police officers from responding adequately to domestic violence, by enhancing the knowledge and capacity of police and other frontline workers in the ecosystem is the main focus of “TACTICS - Improving the response and follow-up of victims and perpetrators of domestic violence by police authorities”.
The MARVOW project showed gaps in the system designed to tackle domestic abuse. MARVOW 2.0 will establish large-scale transnational action with the aim to improve the services available to older victims of gender-based violence in 7 European countries, Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, and Spain, and create recommendations and guidance on the EU level.
As domestic violence usually occurs at home, it is viewed as a private matter and often seems invisible. The StoP project promotes community-based programs as key to adequately addressing domestic violence where and when it happens, by unlocking the potential of social networks and local communities.
The CHANGE project focuses on preventive action to combat gender-based violence by addressing masculinities and the engagement of men and boys, including awareness raising activities Friuli Venezia Giulia and Veneto regions in Italy.
How can perpetrator programmes, victim support services, and other services collaborate to ensure victim safety and prevent violence against women and domestic violence? ASAP 2.0 focuses on the prevention of gender-based violence by targeting multiagency cooperation in addressing perpetrators of abuse.
How does watching porn at a young age influence children's relationships? How to talk your children about pornography and its affects on gender roles? How can teachers play a role in social conditioning of youngsters?
The CONSENT project focuses on these issues and aims to promote healthy gender roles among youngsters.
The Fathers Rock focuses on the prevention of gender-based violence and domestic abuse by men who are (becoming) fathers through the collaboration with key services. The project aims to improve the social and emotional capacity of men as they become fathers and their parenting skills.
How can perpetrator programme staff effectively identify, refer and work with male perpetrators of gender-based violence with a migration background while using an anti-racist, inclusive, and culturally sensitive approach? How can we take into account the impact of Covid-19 pandemic on displacement and gender based violence? The MOVE project focuses on these key issues and aims to end men’s violence against women and girls, including honour- related violence and oppression.
The ISEDA project (Innovative Solutions to Eliminate Domestic Abuse) aims to combat and eliminate domestic violence by employing an enriched European approach, utilising modern technological tools and practices and multi-sectoral expertise in its activities.