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The PROTASIS project


Unfortunately, there is still a worrying dark figure of violence against women in the EU as elsewhere. As a matter of fact, women seem hesitant to report their victimisation due to the fear of stigmatisation by their relatives and the secondary victimisation by police officers.

PROTASIS - Police Training Skills


The Protasis Project is a 2 year EU-funded project implemented by a consortium of 6 partner organisations from Greece, Italy, Portugal and the UK. The main objective of the project is to contribute to the development of a victim-friendly environment during the victims’ contact with the police, by ensuring that victims are treated in a respectful and sensitive manner.

MARGIN Project – The Final Conference


On 3rd - 5th April, Theo Gavrielides & Vasso Artinopoulou, the co-directors of Restorative Justice for all (RJ4all) Institute, will participate as key note speakers at the Final Conference of the MARGIN Project in Budapest, Hungary. Prof.

Conflict in Europe: Meeting the Challenge - IIRP EUROPE CONFERENCE


On 9th-10th May, Theo Gavrielides, the founder and co-director of Restorative Justice for all (RJ4all) institute, will participate as key note speaker at the conference “Conflict in Europe: Meeting the Challenge” in Dublin, Ireland.

UN Resolution calls for more effective use of mediation in conflict resolution


On 9th September 2016, the UN General Assembly adopted the fourth UN Resolution on mediation, as presented by the co-chairs of the UN Group of Friends on mediation, Finland and Turkey. The Resolution encourages the Member States and the United Nations and regional organizations to support and finance the implementation of mediation for the peaceful resolution of disputes.


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