The ASAP operational protocol - Results and follow up of the integrated intervention model to address gender-based violence
WWP EN is pleased to invite you to the online final conference for the ASAP project on the 23rd February at 9:00 – 12:30 CET.
The project is coming to an end after two years, which means we are able to present you with the results and follow up of the integrated intervention model developed to address gender-based violence.
As you may see from the agenda, on 23rd February, partners will come together to discuss:
- National working models and European best practices to end domestic violence
- Experiences and lesson learnt of the ASAP project
- Collaboration between victim support services and perpetrator programmes
Additionally, we will have insight from European Commission Policy Officers on the European Gender Equality Strategy – something which we’re really looking forward to.
Attendance is free and you should register for the conference via the google form by the 19th February.
What is ASAP?
A Systemic Approach for Perpetrators (ASAP) is a 2-year project which aimed to define and implement a model to integrate intervention methods applied to victims and to perpetrators of gender-based violence. You can read more about the project here (https://www.work-with-perpetrators.eu/asap)