The "Migrant Women Empowerment in Cyprus society" online event taking place on Friday February 12th at 16:00-17:30 on Zoom platform, consists a brief presentation of BASE European programme and the role of Cultural Advisors in the Cypriot context. Hope For Children has invited Project Phoenix, a European NGO and social enterprise dedicated to systemic change of the migrant inclusion ecosystem, to participate and strengthen the efforts of the programme. Project Phoenix works to empower refugees, migrants and asylum-seekers in an urban setting.
The event addresses migrant and refugee women and girls in Cyprus. Don’t miss the opportunity to participate and develop more knowledge on the importance of Cultural Advisor role in Cyprus society. Register your participation for free on here!
The “BASE” Eu programme addresses the need to counteract GBV against refugee/migrant girls through the development and sustainability of strategies to nurture inclusive communication and a culture of trust between support service professionals (social workers; health professionals; NGO support officers; psychologists; school staff; law enforcement) victims, families and communities, thus preventing victim re-traumatization and encouraging reporting of GBV.
Violence against women and young girls knows no cultural, geographical or ethnic barriers, several studies have identified that some groups are particularly vulnerable - migrant and ethnic minority women, female asylum seekers, refugees are among those.
The BASE programme (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'.
Join us to this free presentation on February 12th, at 16:00.