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Final meeting and Info Day in Bulgaria, March 27th of 2018

On the 27th of March 2018, the final project meeting of the HASP project and the Bulgarian Info – Day was held in Sofia, Bulgaria, hosted by BGRF with the participation of all partners. The HASP team discussed the progress of project implementation, and particularly the comparative […]

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Training Sessions in Greece

Training Sessions in Greece

Four Elements held two rounds of trainings, from December 2017 to March 2018, on Honour Related Violence (HRV) and shame practices, gathering more than 70 professionals from different backgrounds: social workers, phycologists, law enforcement personnel, and others. In addition, more than 100 trainees participated in the on […]

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Awareness Raising Info Day in Greece

On the 29th of March 2018, Four Elements will organize at its headquarters in Athens, Greece, an Awareness Raising Info Day about Honour Related Violence and Practices. Notable speakers will share their professional knowledge and personal experience on the issue, and a discussion among speakers and the audience […]

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Second Training Session in UK

Second Training Session in UK

The Partners in the field mission were present and participating in the training delivery of police officers, social workers, mental health workers and refuge staff, on February 28th. The day was very interesting, challenging and insightful, the exercises chosen from the operational manual were extremely useful, both […]

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Second round of training in València

Second round of training in València

The Local Police of València (PLV) has hold on February 13th the second round of trainings on Forced Marriages and Honor Crimes in the frame of the EU project HASP. This new training session has been mainly addressed to community police officers as well as to representatives […]

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Public round in València city

Public round in València city

On January 18th the Valencia Local Police celebrated a public round table with experts and representatives of different community associations based in València city. The main objective of this meeting was to debate and draw conclusions about the problem of honour related violence (HRV) in València. We […]

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Second session of the training on Honour related Violence

Second session of the training on Honour related Violence

Last December 4th 2017, the second session of the training on Honour related Violence addressed to the Polizia di Stato, was held in Campobasso, at the Institute for Deputy-Inspectors. Trainees were 160 Deputy-Inspectors, women and men, involved in a wider training on criminology and gender violence. In […]

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Second training on Honour Related Violence in Rome

Second training on Honour Related Violence in Rome

Last November 18th 2017, the second session of the training on Honour related Violence was held in Rome, at the Faculty of Medicine and Psychology. Trainees were 15 psychologists (13 women and 2 men); some of them had attended the international conference held last September 18th and […]

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First training on Honour Related Violence in Rome

First training on Honour Related Violence in Rome

Last October 28th 2017, the first session of the training on Honour related Violence was held in Rome, at the Faculty of Medicine and Psychology.Trainees were 23 psychologists (22 women and 1 man); most of them had attended the international conference held last September 18th and had […]

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HASP: Multidisciplinary working groups to fight against violence related to “honor”

HASP: Multidisciplinary working groups to fight against violence related to “honor”

On the occasion of the Hasp Project, three sessions have been held for the training of professionals from different areas, covering all sectors of society involved in the care of victims or potential victims of violence related to honor. Members of the state and local security forces […]

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