The Seminar on “Rethinking Humanitarianism” organised by Symbiosis-School of Political Studies in Greece took place online during the months of November-December 2021.
Gender-Based Violence Prevention and Awareness Raising on Gender Issues – Three Days of Education and Engagement Activities for the Refugee Community
Symbiosis-School of Political Studies in Greece organised three days of education and engagement activities on Gender-Based Violence Prevention and Awareness Raising on Gender Issues from 21 to 23 July 2021 at the ‘Agia Eleni’ Open Refugee Camp in Ioannina.
Seminar on the European Convention on Human Rights and the European Court of Human Rights Case Law: Focus on Roma Issues
The Online Seminar took place every Tuesday, June 22 & 29 and July 6 & 13 2021, organised by Symbiosis-School of Political Studies in Greece in collaboration with the joint program of the Council of Europe and the European Commission, JUSTROM 3.
Symbiosis-School of Political Studies in Greece, affiliated to the Council of Europe Network of School organised in June 2021 an eight-day Online Seminar on Gender Equality and Gender-Based Violence Prevention at the Local Level, with the support of the Heinrich Böll Stiftung Foundation-Thessaloniki Office.
Gender-Based Violence Prevention and Gender Issues – Online Educational Programme for Cultural Mediators
Symbiosis-School of Political Studies in Greece organised an Online Educational Programme on Gender-Based Violence Prevention and Gender Issues for cultural mediators and interpreters working with refugee and migrant men.
The Webinars on Gender Equality and Gender-Based Violence Prevention took place from 23 to 25 February and from 1 to 3 March 2021 via the Zoom platform.
With this manual we present a practice-oriented guide for facilitators on the implementation of intervention and education programs to provide gender-sensitive prevention services. It was developed within the framework of the European project FOMEN: Focus on Men. Gender Based Violence Prevention Work with Male Refugees and Migrants (2019 – 2021).
Anti-Gypsyism and Racist Violence. Guidelines on countering anti-Gypsyism and racist violence based on the European Court of Human Rights case law
International organisations estimate that a large number of the approximately 680,000 stateless persons currently residing in Europe are Roma, without identification documents such as birth certificates, ID cards, or passports to prove their identity, legal status and citizenship.