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BASE Transnational Conference: Inclusive support to girls’ survivors to gender based violence

In January 2019, “Hope For Children” CRC Policy Center (HFC) started the coordination of the BASE Project on Migrant and Refugee child-friendly support services in case of sexual and Gender Based Violence (GBV). HFC partnered with seven other organizations in Greece, Italy, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Austria, UK and Portugal, completing a series of events, training and publications on GBV and the rights of the child. 

The online Transnational Conference is taking place on March 22nd at 11:30 AM (UTC+02 – 1:30 PM UTC+02) and marks the completion of the BASE Project. The Conference is dedicated to the rights of migrant girls to a child-friendly justice in cases of sexual abuse. Human Rights Advocates, Support Service Professionals, Survivors of GBV, Representatives of Civil Society Organizations and Migrant Community Representatives from all the countries participating, will come together to discuss how to deliver information and support judicial processes in child-friendly and culturally sensitive manner.

Major topics for discussion are the role that Cultural Advisors / Community Advocates can have in raising awareness on GBV, the importance of advocating for the rights of girls, and how to support professionals handling cases of sexual abuse.

To attend the BASE Transnational Conference through the Zoom platform, simply click on the registration link. This way you support the efforts of professionals to nurture inclusive communication and a culture of trust between support service professionals, survivors of GBV and the community aiming to counteract GBV against refugee/migrant girls. 

The BASE project (REC-AG-2017/REC-RDAP-GBV-AG-2017-809952) has been co-financed with the support of the European Commission’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Program. The contents of this press release are the sole responsibility of its authors. The Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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