Mette Volsing is analyst at Dialogue against Violence – a nationwide treatment program in Denmark for perpetrators of violence in intimate relationships and their families. She has a M.A. in social sciences and working experiences from both NGO‘s and public sector organisations. At Dialogue against Violence her field of responsibility is documentation, project development and advocacy. Among other things She is responsible for developing and analyzing data from the Asessment Intervention Model (AIM) – a documentation system including a start up and follow-up questionnaires, results from psychological tests, record data and outcomes from FIT (Feedback Informedf Treatment) Mette has previously worked for the National Organization of shelters in Denmark and has profound knowledge about policies and social interventions regarding violence in intimate relationships. She has been a member of the Observatory on Violence against Women under the European Women‘s Lobby and has project experience from Asia, the Middle-East and North Africa Region.