Five national reports were produced in electronic format, under the coordination of BGRF. The national reports were drafted correspondingly by BGRF, 4elements, FRD and Practical Solutions – partners with significant experience in research and are available in all Consortium languages.

The comparative analysis report was based on the five national reports. Besides data analysis, it was referred to and comparatively assess national legislation/policy frameworks, good/best practices etc. Was produced by BGRF. Electronic document. IT, EL, BG, EN, ES. Public.

Two research workshops were organized by each partner authoring a national mapping report (see Activity 1). La Sapienza also organized two research workshops in preparation of the study on HRV from a psychologically-informed perspective (see Activity 4). At least 10 participants per workshop participated. Workshops were held in national languages. However, key conclusions are available in one-two page memos in English and publishable in electronic format.

The Department of Psychology, La Sapienza University of Rome provided a scientifically-informed study on HRV. The main research questions, working hypotheses and research methodology to be followed were determined by the Department of Psychology, La Sapienza, taking into account the input of the Research workshops (Activity 2 above), as well. La Sapienza prepared the study, with the contribution of all other partners regarding country-specific information, if needed. Was produced by La Sapienza. Electronic document; public.
The Executive Summary of the study was translated in all consortium languages and the Output 4 “HRV against women: A Psychological Approach” study done by La Sapienza is only published in English.

The Policy Recommendations paper emanated from the comparative analysis report which comparatively assessed the situation in the participating countries, based on the five national reports. The report also assessed comparatively legislation and policies in national and EU level, thus providing the basis for targeted policy recommendations. Was drafted by BGRF, with contribution from all partners. Electronic document. EN, Public.

The Honour Toolkit Against Violence was developed with special care by Practical Solutions. The Toolkit was aimed at providing women victims of HRV or women at HRV risk with a “self-assessment tool”, which helps end-users identify whether they are indeed victims or potential victims of HRV. It also provided them with all relevant information and resources on the issue regarding their own country (organizations, public authorities etc.). The Honour Toolkit Against Violence was published in all Consortium languages, in both printed and electronic format. It was disseminated by Honour Ambassadors during their Field Missions in WS3 and it was also included in the HASP Dissemination material to be developed in the framework of WS4. Was produced by Practical Solutions. Electronic/Printed document. IT, EL, BG, EN, ES Public.

A trainee guide, which  served as the trainees’ compendium to the training, including information on methodology, modules etc. Was developed by Practical Solutions, with contribution from all partners. It is available in all consortium languages.

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