The second face-to-face meeting of the partners of the Prevent and Support Cyber Gender based Violence (PSCGV) project was successfully completed in Limassol, Cyprus.
The meeting was attended by representatives of all project partners from Greece, Cyprus, Croatia, the Czech Republic and Bulgaria. The agenda of the meeting included the discussion and feedback on the work packages that have been completed so far and the planning of the next deliverables, as well as proposals for further improvement and communication of the project results. More specifically, the discussion focused on the improvement of the format of the manual created for the proper use of the internet by youth, as well as the development of the needs assessment questionnaire for victim management agencies. At the same time, a number of ideas were discussed regarding the publicity of the project and the organization of the next actions. The discussion took place in a friendly atmosphere and the aim of the discussion was to find ways to improve and communicate the results of the project.
The “PSCGBV” project started in April 2022 with a duration of 24 months. It aims to educate the Ladies’ Union of Drama-H.O.H , but also civil society actors on gender-based violence in cyberspace. At the same time, a digital manual will be created on the education of young people in the correct and safe use of the internet, so that they do not become victims of cyber abuse and fraud. Finally, live information workshops will be held at civil society organizations on emerging forms of online violence and on how to deal with them in a timely and safe manner.
The project “PSCGBV” is implemented in the framework of the Erasmus+ KA2 program , with the Ladies’ Union of Drama – House of Open Hospitality as the implementing agency. The project also involves organizations from Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic and Cyprus. The program aims at strengthening and enhancing the sustainability of civil society and highlighting its role in promoting democratic processes, enhancing citizens’ participation in public life and defending human rights. The program grant in Greece is managed by INEDIVIM.