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Providing Access to Protection for the Victims of SGBV/DV and Strengthening Protection Mechanisms

Project Description
Project aims at providing institutional, systematic and practical access to legal protection by victims of SGB/DV (Sexual Gender Based/Domestic violence) and at empowering victims to lead independent lives from the perpetrators.
Specific Objective
• Promoting institutional, systematic and practical access of the victims and their family members to the effective legal protection
• Creation of access towards psychological aid and shelters/crisis center;
• Socio-economic empowerment of victims to start leading independent lives from the perpetrators;
• Raising awareness of the victims, their family members and perpetrators about the protection mechanisms, build protection networks and resilience towards DV;
• Creation of the coordination and referral mechanism among the key stakeholders operating in prevention and response to SGBV/DV
Expected Results
• The most vulnerable have access to legal protection;
• Policies are more needs oriented. Existed practices and methods are more supportive for victims;
• Life and health conditions of the most vulnerable victims are improved and protected. Victims are financially independent from their perpetrators;
• Society is more resilient towards SGBV/DV and protection network is strengthened to benefit potential/existed victims;
• The first Coordination and Referral mechanism is created, enabling to reveal and protect the victims in real time.
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PROJECT DETAILS
Georgia
Priority Area:
Partnership that protects
Subsector:
Rule of law & human rights
Topic:
Women
Project Status:
Completed
Start Date:
03.11.2016
End Date:
02.04.2019
Implementing Organisation:
GEORGIAN YOUNG LAWYERS ASSOCIATION (GAYLA)
Funding by the EU:
€411 585
EU Project Number:
379-055

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