As discussed during the conference Confronting gendered violence: Focus on perpetrators, held in Helsinki 30th November – 2nd December 2016, there is a will to move forward in exploring the possibility to establish a Nordic network of stakeholders working with perpetrators of intimate partner violence. Many voiced the need and the apparent benefit of collaborating
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Proposal to establish The Nordic Network of Stakeholders Focusing on Perpetrators of Intimate Partner Violence Taking stock of the prior work done on the issue of ending violence in close relationships, unfolding with the support of the Nordic Council of Ministers, and looking ahead in terms of ensuring oversight and effective implementation of relevant national commitments
Presentations from the conference Confronting Domestic Violence. Focus on Perpetrators are now available on our web. Opening session Marius Råkil, Director of Alternativ til Vold, Norway: What does it take to change men (and women) who use violence in intimate relationships? Developments and shifts in approaches and attitudes towards perpetrators over the last 3 decades
The conference program is now finalized and available. Speakers come from all the Nordic countries, including their associated territories of Greenland and the Faroe Islands. In the opening session, on Wednesday 30 November, Tarja Filatov, Chair of Employment and Equality Committee in the Finnish Parliament, is holding the opening speech of the conference. Marius Råkil, director
Dear recipient. We have the pleasure of inviting you to a Nordic conference on domestic and intimate partner violence. The conference sets focus on the contexts of perpetrators in the Nordic countries, seeking ways to break the cycles of violence. The purpose of the conference is to generate knowledge within the field and explore different
We call for participation in the conference Confronting gendered violence: Focus on perpetrators which will be held in Helsinki on 30 November till 2 December 2016. The conference will be held in the House of Estates, situated in the city centre of Helsinki and the language of the conference is English. The conference sets focus