Want to become a WWP EN Member?

Who can apply for membership with WWP EN?

You are an individual or an organisation

  • offering perpetrator work or victim support,
  • doing or managing research of intimate partner violence and
  • agree with the goals, mission statement and statutes of WWP EN?

Good news! You qualify for a membership with our network and should get in touch with our Membership &Reporting Officer, Antonia Montanus.

What can members expect?

Our members are a vibrant community of organisations and individuals active in fighting violence against women by addressing those who use violence. Once a year, at the WWP EN Annual Conference, all our members come together to learn and grow - during three, fully reimbursed days in one of our member countries, we get the chance to exchange best practice in engaging workshops, discuss current events in Europe, hear about WWP EN activities and make decisions about the future of the network.

Another highlight of the WWP EN year are the WWP EN Study Visits. For several days a year, seven member organisations get an intimate insight into the perpetrator work being done internationally, giving them the chance to develop a deeper understanding of the models of, and challenges and opportunities for perpetrator work across Europe.

We are very proud of our WWP EN Webinars, which take place four times a year and introduce our members to cutting-edge research, practical training and expert insights. We also encourage members to use our webinars to share their knowledge with a wider audience - granting European visibility to them and their innovative approaches.

Additionally, we regularly publish WWP EN Expert Papers on important topics around responsible perpetrator work, support our members in international projects and give international visibility through the WWP EN Perpetrator Programme Database.

One of the most relevant WWP EN innovations in recent years has been the IMPACT Outcome Monitoring Toolkit. By measuring behavioural change throughout the course of the programme, including partner input and requiring follow-up questionnaires with both perpetrators and their (ex-)partners, IMPACT offers an extensive and reliable tool for outcome measurement.

Since 2018, WWP EN members are invited to participate in the decentralised European campaign #ResponsibleTogether during the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence. The campaign makes our members more visibile, embeds them in a trans-European context and shows their engagement to a violence-free world.

How can you apply?

Get in touch with our Membership and Reporting Officer, Antonia Montanus.

She will let you know which documents are required, how much membership fee is required from your organisation and answer any other questions you might have.

Last changed: 26.11.2019