As part of the regional campaign “Push forward! To end violence against women and girls”, in December 2022, REAct organized a series of webinars on how to counteract gender-based violence and how to qualitatively help women who come forward.
Recordings of webinars in English, Ukrainian, Albanian, Russian, Georgian and Serbo-Bosnian-Croatian are available below. As well as presentations from each webinar.
Until January 31, 2023, everyone can listen to webinars and, after passing a short test, receive a personalized online certificate.
What is violence and how does it differ from conflict? Why does violence occur in relationships and how does it become routine? What happens in a relationship before he hits her for the first time? “Wheel of violence”: why do women often return to the abuser? “Retrieved Helplessness Syndrome”: why is a woman afraid to defend herself? Can an abuser stop?
You need to go to the link and enter the code 1ro820$2 . You can then select the recording language by clicking the globe-shaped button.
We will consider the psychological portrait of the offender – how to recognize the rapist? Based on a study in a Canadian prison, why do obedient boys grow up to kill women? How do beliefs and stereotypes fuel domestic violence? Warning signals: how to understand that he will soon hit her (Study “Murder Graph”). Mechanisms for the prevention of violence in society.
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We will look at how to properly help the victim and what (not-) should be done during a conversation with the victim. “My police protect me”: how to properly interact with law enforcement agencies in cases of violence and why “Can you make peace?” does not work. And also, let’s dwell on secondary trauma: why she is forced to talk again and again about the violence she experienced during the investigation and trial.
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A series of webinars was held as part of the regional campaign “Push forward! To end violence against women and girls” , organizing the Alliance for Public Health within the framework of the regional project SoS_project and component C19RM for the support of the Global Fund. The aim of the campaign – is to turn the attention to the problem of violence against women and girls, especially from the vulnerable groups of the populations, which due to COVID-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine has become more severe.