Projects to improve protection of victims of violence against women and domestic violence have the green light


Three projects approved under Open Call #4 signed and ready to launch.

Green light for approved Open Call #4 projects

The Open Call #4 - which includes "Projects to improve protection of victims of violence against women and domestic violence" - sees its three projects signed and ready to be launched. With a total budget of €680,011, the three projects will contribute to improved systems for the protection and prevention of domestic and gender-based violence.


Three projects, three major priority areas

The three approved projects represent each of the three priority areas, respectively. The project entitled ViViDo presented by IGOT (Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning of the University of Lisbon), will materialize the implementation of a shared information system in the national support network, specifically for the National Support Network for Victims of Domestic Violence (RNAVVD). ISPA (Higher Institute of Applied Psychology) fits its REDE PARES project in the area of ​​local intervention projects and tools to prevent and combat violence against women and domestic violence in vulnerable groups. The project of the Center for Social Studies of the University of Coimbra (CES) focuses on the priority area of ​​projects to assess the impact of measures applied to perpetrators.

The three national promoters will develop the projects in partnership with entities from the Donor Countries (Norway and Iceland) for 24 and 12 months respectively.


Learn more about Open Call #4.

More information about the EEA Grants here.