Voici les dernières actualités du projet européen CEASE visant à impliquer les entreprises
dans la lutte contre les violences entre partenaires -  Bonne lecture !
CEASE e-learning is coming!
Soon, you will discover the e-learning created by CEASE consortium. Its aims to give an overview on domestic violence and how to recognize warning signs but also go deeper and give practical advice to help a colleague or an employee confronted to domestic violence. Some courses are dedicated to key professionals to support them in finding solutions to ensure well-being of the employees.

Another part of the e-learning is related to national context in France, Belgium, Greece, Italy, Spain, Germany, and the UK. Information about statistic, laws and support structures will be available in order to keep the employees informed and aware in case of need.

Available in English, French, Greek, Italian, German and Spanish!
Stay tuned!
In March 2019, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and United Nations (UN) Women launched their new handbook written by Jane Pillinger
Addressing violence and harassment against women in the world of work”.

Discover examples of emerging good practices and practical actions - including CEASE project - to address gender-based violence and harassment in the workplace. Here!
Project timeline 2019
On April 11, POUR LA SOLIDARITÉ gave its first CEASE training! PLS' own employees were the first participants. This session provided them with statistics, theoretical knowledge on intimate partner violence as well as gave them the capacity to recognize the impacts of domestic violence in the workplace and to imagine support measures to deal with it. All of these being presented through case scenarios, brainstorming and group work. 5 sessions have followed / will follow for Belgian companies of the network: the 25th of April, the 7th and 16th of May and finally the 6th and 14th of June!
On April 15, FACE organised its first training session on domestic violence and its impact in the workplace. This session was delivered by Clémentine Levy, Head of Network and Training at Solidarité Femmes to employees of CEASE companies member in France. It aimed to sensitize employees about domestic violence, deconstruct bias, help them to identify warning signs and to know how to react with a colleague experiencing violence.
This session gathered 16 employees with very various positions (social workers, communication, human resources, csr etc).  They shared possible solutions to deal with domestic violence and its effect in the workplace, such as protecting the victim and involving multidisciplinary teams to build complete policies. This was a promising first session that we hope can bring more actions to support victims of domestic violence inside companies!

On March 28 & 29, Nadège Lharaig, Gender Equality and Diversity project manager at FACE attended the “Addressing domestic violence in the workplace through collaboration” summit, organized by the Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women & Children.

She presented the actions led in the CEASE project in front of a hundred of union representatives, specialized NGOs, experts and public institutions.

The summit also highlighted innovative programs dealing with domestic violence in the workplace such as trainings for trainers on domestic violence, co-built policies with employees, speaking groups on consent for men, internal co-referee from union and HR… All the more ideas to adapt and implement in Europe!

In Europe, Family Justice Centers provide services to victims of gender-based violence, domestic violence, child abuse, and sexual violence. From legal advice, safety planning, medical evidence, and trauma processing... these multidisciplinary service center offer survivors a place to belong.

These centers are part of the European Family Justice Center Alliance that contributing firmly to the capacity building of professionals in contact with victims of all forms of violence against women and children. The EFJCA focusses on multi-disciplinary cooperation between professionals from different organisations and mutual learning and strengthening.

Discover stories of people who are helping and were helped.
Take a look at CEASE's flyers!

Download the flyers, in English, French or Greek
Take a look at CEASE's posters!

Download the three posters, in English, French or Greek
Save the date: FINAL EVENT

On the 20th of November 2019 in Brussels
The CEASE project is co-financed by European Union's Rights, Equality and Citizenship Program of the European Commission.
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