DAPHNE 1997 Selected Projects

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DAPHNE 1997 Selected Projects

 

What is the Daphne II Programme?

The Daphne II programme runs from 2004 until 2008 with a budget of EUR 50 million. It aims at supporting organisations that develop measures and actions to prevent or to combat all types of violence against children, young people and women and to protect the victims and groups at-risk.

The need for concerted worldwide action to defend human rights and to eliminate violence has long been recognised at different levels and in different ways.

 

Several measures have been taken along these lines, such as the 1979 Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, the 1989 Convention on the Rights of the Child, the platform for action of the 1995 Beijing Conference, and the 1996 Stockholm Declaration and Agenda for Action at the first World Congress against the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children.

At the second World Congress against the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children, in Yokohama in December 2001, the Daphne programme implemented by the European Commission was acknowledged as a very useful tool.

 

Why a European programme to prevent violence against women and children?

 

The Daphne II programme runs from May 2004 to 31 December 2008. It is complementary to programmes that exist in the Member States of the European Union, especially in the way it focuses on the exchange of good practices about violence across the Union.

 

Daphne represents the starting point of NGOs and voluntary organisations cooperation at EU-level in the fight against violence towards children, young people and women. It encourages NGOs to set up or reinforce European networks and helps them implement innovative projects, the results of which can be disseminated to other Member States and regions.

In many cases, these organisations offer services which the public authorities do not have the power or the ability to provide. Society will only benefit from the expertise and experience of the NGOs if their ideas and programmes are disseminated throughout the European Community and shared with like-minded organisations in other Member States.

 

What are the characteristics of the Daphne II programme?

 

The Daphne II programme supports actions to combat all types of violence against children, young people and women in Europe and all aspects of this phenomenon (violence in the family, violence in schools and other establishments, violence at work, commercial sexual exploitation, genital mutilation, health repercussions, trafficking in human beings, rehabilitation of perpetrators, etc.).

 

The activities that can be supported are:

 

1. identification and exchanges of good practice and work experience with a view in particular to implementing preventive measures and assistance to victims;

2. mapping surveys, studies and research;

3. field work with the involvement of the beneficiaries in all phases of project design, implementation and evaluation;

4. creation of sustainable multidisciplinary networks;

5. training and design of educational packages;

6. development and implementation of treatment programmes and support for victims and people at risk, as well as for perpetrators;

7. development and implementation of awareness-raising activities targeted to specific audiences;

 

From the total budget of EUR 50 Million, the Commission can also use 15% at its own initiative to improve the programme’s impact and to play a more proactive rule with a view to the dissemination of good practices. Activities to be covered are threefold. First, to develop indicators on violence, so that the extent of a number of violence phenomena can be quantified. A second axis is to extract and deduce policy issues, wherever possible, from the work achieved by funded projects, with the aim of suggesting common policies on violence at Community level and reinforcing judicial practice. Finally, the third axis aims to disseminate, on a Europe-wide scale, good practices stemming from funded projects. These activities are supported through call for proposals and/or tenders.

http://ec.europa.eu/justice_home/funding/2004_2007/daphne/funding_daphne_en.htm 

 

 

Name of the organisation

Summary of the project

Address - Tel - Fax -Contact

003/C

National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)

Seminar for EU regional and local representatives providing information on child abuse in Europe to create an action plan to be implemented in their own locality and region

1 Borough Court

Grammar School Lane

B63 3SW

Halesowen, West Midlands

UK

TEL 44 121 550 6102

FAX 44 121 550 6750

Contact: Davies MURRAY

008/W

Nat’l Org. of Battered Women’s Shelters in Sweden

Publicity campaign and help-line throughout Sweden to make municipal and governmental organisations (shelters) more aware of violence against women and to help them create a safer environment for women and children.

PO Box 11099

10061 Stockholm

SWEDEN

TEL 46 8 714 09 60

FAX 46 3 113 35 97

Contact: Kerstin KRISTENSEN

011/C

Childline UK

Joint Conference between UK and Spanish childlines. The objective is to find our the most effective ways of helping young people in danger, prepare and publish an up-to-date directory of European helplines.

Headquarters

2nd Floor, Royal Mail Building

Studd Street

London N1 OQW

UK

TEL 44 171 239 1000

FAX 44 171 239 1001

Contact: Hereward HARRISON

012/C

Office Européen pour les Enfants Disparus et Exploités

Expert Network and exchange of experience to make an inventory of organisations involved in the field of missing and sexually abused minors

70 quai de Jemmappes

75010 Paris

FRANCE

TEL 33 1 53 68 16 55

FAX 33 1 53 68 16 59

Contact: F. BRINGUIER

013/C

National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)

Feasibility study through information gathering and consultation for the operation of common register systems for tracking convicted child sex abusers, in particular to regulate those seeking employment.

42 Curtain Road

EC2A 3NH

London UK

TEL 44 171 825 2744

FAX 44 171 825 2762

Contact: Ilan Catz

014/C

RADDA BARNEN, RB

(Swedish Save the Children)

Seminars on sexual abuse of children to build a network, produce study materials and give training support for the opening up of treatment and rehabilitation centers.

Torsgatan 4

107 88 Stockholm

SWEDEN

TEL 46 8 698 90 00

FAX 46 8 698 90 13

Contact: Lars LOÖJ

017/W

SOLIDAR

Seminars, briefings, publications and a European social policy forum to share information, know-how and good practice in order to support national self-help groups of migrant domestic workers and to enable them to establish a transnational network to improve their situation.

Rue du Commerce 22

1000 Bruxelles

BELGIUM

TEL 32 2 500 10 20

FAX 32 2 500 10 30

Contact: Alhadeff GIAMPIERO

018/W

European Women’s Lobby (EWL)

European Observatory and network to facilitate the exchange of information between NGO’s in the matter of violence against women and how its causes should be addressed at European level.

Rue du Méridien 22

1210 Bruxelles

BELGIUM

TEL 32 2 217 90 20

FAX 32 2 219 84 51

Contact HELFFERICH Barbara

021/C

Telefono Azzurro

Research and seminars establishing an EU-wide telephone helpline network for the prevention of the abuse of minors, particularly sexual abuse, and producing a directory.

Via dell’Angelo Custode 1/3

(sede amm.)

40141 Bologna

ITALY

TEL 39051 476 747

FAX 39051 476 947

Contact: Ernesto Caffo

023/C

Escape Family Support

Pilot project to develop a network to support families suffering from drug and alcohol abuse to cope with physical and sexual violence.

Emily Davison House

Bondicar Terrace

NE24 2JW Blyth Northumberland

UK

e-mail:

TEL 44 1670 533932

FAX 44 1670 534046

Contact : Pat NEVINS

025/WC

Turkisch-Deutscher Frauenverein (TDF) e.v.

Coordination and network to create measures against violence towards girls and women with an Islamic background and the initiation of pilot projects, cooperation and transfer of experience between the Berlin Senate, youth welfare departments, foreign organisations and supporters of youth work.

Postfach 410266

12112 Berlin

GERMANY

TEL 49 30 85 17 976

FAX 49 30 85 17 976

Contact: Eva KULTUS

 

028/C

Radda Barnen, RB

(Swedish Save the Children)

Euro-wide research and dissemination of good practice in the development of information and educational and other materials in the field of child sexual abuse, covering prevention, treatment and rehabilitation.

Torsgatan 4

S-10788 Stockholm

SWEDEN

TEL 46 6 698 90 00

FAX 46 6 698 90 13

Contact: Lars LOÖJ

034/WC

XINI - Center of continuous vocational training

Seminars, conference and a publication to create awareness among Greek police officers of the need to improve services offered to women victims of rape

Aretis 28 and Kimonos

121 35 Peristeri

Attica

GREECE

TEL: 30 1 36.19.096

FAX 30 1 36.19.022

Contact: Maria BAFITI

037/WC

Victim Support (Northumbria)

Conference to encourage multi-agency partnerships in EU regions to create solutions to domestic violence against children, young persons and women. The conference is the first stage in the establishment of a transferable regional domestic violence strategy for the EU.

1 South View

Hutton Henry

Hartlepool TS24R2 UK

TEL 44 1429 836 488

FAX 44 1429 836 488

171 582 5712

Contact: Ben LYON

038/C

NCH Action for Children

Information campaigns to make Internet safer for children and young persons by preventing the Internet being used by paedophiles and others.

85 Highbury Park

N5 1UD London

UK

TEL 44 171 226 2033

FAX 44 171 226 2537

Contact: John CARR

039/WC

Qvinnojouren i Ostersund

Training courses to provide civil servants, employment agencies and medical services with a common platform of knowledge to assist cooperation in supporting child and women victims of sexual abuse.

Box 429

S-831 26 Ostersund

SWEDEN

TEL 46 63 13 25 00

FAX 46 63 13 25 01

Contact: Jessica RUNDBERG

043/W

Caritas der Diozese Linz

Pilot projects to enable women to obtain information and to communicate in order to implement their rights and opportunities to overcome social isolation. information materials on trafficking in women and establishment of a support network for women at regional, European and transnational level.

Kapuzinerstrasse 84

4021 Linz

AUSTRIA

TEL 43 732 7610 2002

FAX 43 732 7610 2121

Contact: Maria MITTERHUBER-PFEIFFER

047/W

Iniciativas Y Estudios Sociales (I.E.S.)

Campaign by means of publications and the Internet to create awareness about situations of violent abuse of handicapped women and to support existing services within the Community.

Lugar de Tomonde, 15 - Sta. Cruz de Ribadulla

15885 VEDRA (A Coruña)

SPAIN

TEL 34 81 51 20 83

FAX 34 81 51 20 83

Ct: Marita IGLESIAS PADRON

066/WC

Carrefour Educatif et social

Programme de prévention des violences faites aux adolescents par la réalisation, puis la diffusion d’un court-métrage interactif, la formation d’animateurs de prévention et la mise en place d’un réseau de partenaires formés aux thèmes abordés: violences, racket, abus sexuels.

15 boulevard du Parc Impérial

06000 NICE

FRANCE

TEL 33 4 93 37 12 09

FAX 33 4 93 97 87 55

Contact: Patrick HAUVUY

088/WC

Psychologische Beratungsstelle EHE-, Familien - Lebensberatung

Conferences in order to develop and exchange preventive measures in the fight against family violence on women and children including discussions on marriage preparation and counselling programmes.

Gartenstrasse 17

72764 Reutlingen

GERMANY

TEL 49 7121 33 45 47

FAX 49 7121 32 19 45

No e-mail

Contact: Norbert KUNZE

096/WC

International Centre for Reproductive Health (ICRH)

Workshops on legal, medical and socio-cultural aspects surrounding female genital mutilation within the EU.

P3 - De Pintelaan 185

9000 Gent

BELGIUM

TEL 32 9 240 35 64

FAX 32 9 240 38 67

Contact: Els LEYE

102/C

European Forum for Child Welfare (EFCW)

Audit of provisions for the protection of children in the EU, including the implementation of legislative measures in each country, the adequacy of provisions, identification of gaps etc.

Rue de la Concorde 53

1050 Bruxelles

BELGIUM

TEL 32 2 511 70 83

FAX 32 2 511 72 98

Contact: Sarah WILLIAMS

118/WC

FrauenBeratungs und Therapiezentrum (FBTZ)

Research study on whether migrant and ethnic minority women affected by violence as a result of trafficking in people have adequate access to psychological institutions.

Adolf-Schmetzer-Strasse 27

93055 Regensburg

GERMANY

TEL 49 941 79 12 50

NO FAX

Contact: Brigitte HAUSINGER

 

120/WC

Centre de Recherche-Action et de Consultations en Sexocriminologie (CRASC)

Research study to measure the effectiveness of programmes to prevent recidivism of sex offenders.

Avenue des Frères Becqué 8

1082 Berchem-Sainte-Agathe

BELGIUM

TEL 32 2 537 63 35

FAX 32 2 537 64 09

Contact: Freddy GAZAN

122/C

Bridge Child Care Development Service (The)

Pilot programme to protect children in the EU against violence through a better identification of people and situations likely to represent a danger to them.

34 Upper Street

N1 OPN London

UK

TEL 44 171 704 2386

FAX 44 171 704 2387

e-mail : rjd@bccds.co.uk

Contact: Renuka Jeyarajah DENT

123/W

Crime Concern (The)

Research on different approaches towards the prevention of domestic violence and dissemination of the results, including recommendations for action at local, national and international level in all Member States.

Beaver House

147-150 Victoria Road

Swindon SN1 3BU

UK

TEL 44 1793 86.35.32

FAX 44 1793 86.35.55

Contact: Julia STAFFORD

132/C

ECPAT (UK) - End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and the Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes, UK

Project for a film production by young people on the commercial sexual exploitation of children. The film and other information will be distributed to youth groups nation-wide.

Thomas Clarkson House, The Stableard, Broomgrove Road

SW9 9TL

London

UK

TEL 44 171 924 9555

FAX 44 171 738 4110

Contact: Helen VEITCH

133/W

Asociacion de Familias del Medio Rural – AFAMMER

Programmes to maximise awareness and workshops to assist abused rural women and educational programmes on sexual equality for children and teachers.

Bernarda Balbuena, n° 1 - 3° D

13002 Ciudad Real

SPAIN

TEL 34-926.21.56.94

TEL 34 926 212125

FAX 34 926 251176 – 225458

Fax 34 926 21.56.94

Contact:Teresa H. CELEDONIA

148/C

Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC)

Research and preparation of an information pack for parents of abused children.

20 Molesworth Street

Dublin 2

IRELAND

TEL 353 1 679 49 44

FAX 353 1 679 17 46

Contact: Patrick COYLE

174/C

National Children’s Bureau (NCB)

Expert network to investigate and report on non-fatal self harm among young people.

8 Wakley Street

EC1V 7QE London

UK

44 171 843 6000

44 171 278 9512

Contact: Nicola MADGE

177/WC

Autism-Europe

Campaign through the creation of a Code of Good Practice to prevent violence and abuse of autistic women and children in the EU.

Avenue Van Becelaere 26b B1

1170 Bruxelles

BELGIUM

TEL 32 2 675 75 05

FAX 32 2 675 72 70

Contact: Anne-Sophie PARENT

 

182/WC

Mobility International (MI)

Training disabled women to become trainers in the fight against sexual violence.

18 Boulevard Baudoin

1000 Bruxelles

BELGIUM

TEL 32 2 201 56 08

FAX 32 2 201 57 63

Contact: Lydia ZIJDEL

197/WC

Comite pour 
l’ Annulation de la Dette du Tiers Monde (CADTM)

Exchange systems through an EU-wide network to discuss the prevention of violence against women and children, in particular asylum seekers and refugees.

Jean Haust, 112

4000 Liège

BELGIQUE

TEL 32.2 527.59.90

FAX 32.2.522.61.27

Contact: Denise COMANNE

211/WC

Federation of Mother and Child Homes and Shelters (The)

Research and campaign on the role of social and health care authorities in dealing with victims of domestic violence.

Museokatu 24 A

00100 Helsinki

FINLAND

TEL 358 9 4542 2440

FAX 358 9 4542 4430

Contact: Sirkka PERTTU

222/C

Arcigay - Arcilesbica Firenze

Project to raise public awareness on violence against homosexual young people through research, information and training for operators in the educational and socio-medical sector.

Via San Zanobi 54 R

50129 Firenze

ITALY

TEL 39 55 476557/488288

FAX 39 55 476557

Contact: Graziella BERTOZZO

 

233/WC

ESIB - The National Unions of Students in Europe

Conference and research on sexual violence in higher education institutes.

Liechtensteinstrasse 13

A-1090 Vienna

AUSTRIA

TEL 43 1 310 888 048

FAX 43 1 310 888 012

235/W

Democratic Women’s Movement (DWM)

Research, training and network with professionals, judges and the police to raise public awareness on violence against women.

Nikitara 8-10

106 78 Athens

GREECE

FAX + TEL :30 1 3821 106

(FAX ONG : 30 1 3828 126)

Contact: Catherine KOSTAVARA

249/WC

WAVE - Women Against Violence Europe -

Action Committee of the Autonomous Women Houses (AOF)

Network of aid organisations for abused women and children in EU involving exchanges with professionals, police and judicial authorities, a coordination point and cooperation with target groups.

Hofgasse 9/1/4

1050 Wien

AUSTRIA

TEL 43 1 544 08 20
TEL 43 1 548 27 20

FAX 43 1 544 08 24

Contact: Rosa OBFRAU

 

274/W

Settima Onda (La)

Studies and analysis of the methods of public institutions seeking to prevent violence towards women with the aim of arriving at new and improved methods of prevention.

Piazza Duca degli Abruzzi n°3

34100 Trieste

ITALIA

TEL 39 0 40 36 78 79

FAX 39 0 40 3737364

Contact: Patrizia ROMITO

283/W

Confederación Sindical de Comisiones Obreras (CC.OO)

Research, seminars and an information/awareness programme on the sexual harassment of women at work.

Calle Fernandez de la Hoz 12

28010 Madrid

SPAIN

TEL 34 9 1 31911750/3195454

FAX 34 9 1 310 48 04

FAX 34 9 6 830 30 77

Contact Jesus VILCHES ARRIBAS:

290/C

Methodist Association of Youth Clubs (MAYC)

Campaign against bullying in schools through a transnational anti-bullying poster competition, youth-led creation of anti-bullying policies and an Action week.

25 Marylebone Road,

NW1 5JR London

UK

TEL 44 171 467.51.59
(44 181 444 9845)

FAX 44.171.467.52.81

(44 181 365 2471)

Contact: Fleur ANDERSON

291/C

Childnet International

Coordination of hotline providers to reduce child pornography on the Internet by promoting networking and exchange between hotline providers and with law enforcement authorities throughout Europe.

Studio 4

Brockley Cros Business Centre

96 Endwell Road

London SE4 2PD

UK

TEL 44 171 639 6967

FAX 44 171 639 7027

Contact:Nigel WILLIAMS

 

408/W

Parsec-Ricerca ed interventi sociali

Research, seminars and conferences on the problems of prostitution and the sexual exploitation of immigrant women, with a view to improving existing practices and establishing new practices for the public and private services involved.

Piazza Orazio Marucchi, 5

00162 Roma

ITALY

TEL 39 06 862 09 991

FAX 39 06 861 10 67

Contact: Anna PICCIOLINI

414/W

Telefono Rosa (Associazione Volontarie del)

Publications, video and information campaign to prevent violence towards elderly women by pointing out potential risks and methods of avoidance.

Viale Mazzini 73

Roma

ITALY

TEL 39 06 47 41 646

FAX 39 06 47 41 646

No e-mail

Contact: Maria Gabriella CARNIERI MOSCATELLI

417/C

Jovenes sin Fronteras (J.S.F.)

Creation of innovative actions to prevent violence in educational centers, through studies, research and exchange of experiences among the organisations of the countries involved.

Apartado de correos 4470

30080 Murcia

SPAIN

TEL 34 9 68 293513 / 603372

FAX 34 9 68 290751

Contact: Jose Antonio GONZALEZ VALCARCEL

428/C

Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC)

Information campaign for the ending of physical punishment of children by providing services and information programmes for carers of children.

20 Molesworth Street

Dublin 2

IRELAND

TEL 353 1 679 49 44

FAX 353 1 679 17 46

Contact: Karen ANDERTON

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