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Project Facts

Project objective: Successful national policies and best practices on gender equality exchanged
Project promoter: Social Services Departament of Castilla y León. Council of Family and Equal Opportunities
Type of institution: Regional or local authority
Project number: ES04-0001
Target group(s): Victims of intimate-partner violence, Victims of trafficking,
Status: Completed
Initial project cost: € 200,000
Final project costs: € 120,000
From EEA Grants: € 86,700
The project is carried out in: Castilla y León

Summary of project results

 

The need for the Project was due to the fact that the gender-based violence requires the coordinated work of the participating agencies. Its goal is the development of a database management software system which interconnects each participating agency’s database system to provide professionals with comprehensive information about the victim in order to make a comprehensive case plan. The consequence of the implementation of this database software has been a change in the way professionals work with gender-based victims is conducted, and has meant the coordination of all the professionals belonging to the different agencies working on this field. The agencies involved have been participating in working groups. PAWLA Project is linked to the new model of intervention with gender-based violence victims in Castilla y León. Therefore the project benefits will remain throughout the life of this new model.

 


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