• Nov 24, 2017

Transnational Partners’ Meeting of the European Project "Draw the Line" in Athens

The 3rd Transnational Meeting on the European project "Draw the Line -Training and Empowering Immigrant Woman to Prevent Sexual Violence and Harassment” was held on 4th-6th of October 2017 in Athens. At the meeting were presented, apart from the partners, volunteers involved in the project, as well as trainers.

Inaugural action of the meeting was the welcoming of the partners from the representatives of the European Institute for Local Development. This was followed by a brief presentation of the planned agenda, as well as by a comprehensive presentation of the objectives, the technical elements and the stages of the project that have already been implemented.

A parallel meeting was also held by volunteers from the partner countries, who presented the existing problems in these countries, as well as possible solutions to effectively address and tackle them.

During the meeting, the completion of 1st cycle of education was intensively discussed. In addition, the progress report was presented, which referred to the achievements of the partners, the number of participating immigrant women and the evaluation of the project’s time framework.

The focus from now on is on the upcoming implementation of the 2nd and 3rd cycle of education, as well as on the achievement of the project’s objectives.

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