Survivor safety is a guiding principle for WWP EN. As part of responsible perpetrator work, collaboration with women's support services is fundamental, as we also stress in our guidelines on developing standards. In 2016-2017, a working group on collaboration with women's services worked on compiling current practices and improving ties with specialised support services for women.
As a follow-up to the 2016 mapping, the working group sent out a survey to WWP EN members asking them to share their current practices. The document shows good practice principles and how our members practically implement survivor safety and cooperation with victim support services.
Read the 2017 WWP EN Good Practice Report, compiled and written by Atila Uligaj and Natalia Batenkova, here: Member Organisation's Good Practice
In 2016, WWP EN set up a working group to focus on survivor safety in perpetrator work. The group sent out a questionnaire which asked about how organisations dealt with
- (ex)partner support
- practically ensuring survivor safety
- cooperation with other organisations and sectors
Atila Uligaj, Natalia Batenkova and Nina George compiled and analysed the data. Click here to download the full 2016 WWP EN Mapping Report on "Building and strengthening partnerships in work with perpetrators to prevent violence against women and children"