Domestic abuse have a cost!

In January 2019, Home Office revealed a report that estimate the costs of domestic abuse in England and Wales to highlight the impact of these crimes. The results outline costs as a consequence of domestic abuse such as physical and emotional harms to the victim, health service costs, lost output and victim services costs and…

Don’t look away. Be part of the solution.

We have recently launched the CEASE sensitization posters. They are addressed to employees at every level and to potential victims. Posters’ aim is to: raise awareness on domestic violence promote a supportive environment within the company provide information and help for potential victims It is possible to download CEASE posters in English, French and Greek.…

CEASE Agenda 2019

  We have already planned many activities for 2019. More information about the e-learning platform will be posted soon.   Also, we are going to organize several webinars through the year. Between February and October, four webinars will be hold. The first date is 25th of February. On 16th of April, 18th of June and…

#16daysofactivism

From 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to 10 December, Human Rights Day, the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign is a time to galvanize action to end violence against women and girls around the world. Under the theme Orange the World: #HearMeToo, the UNiTE partners are encouraged to…

Belgian launch of the CEASE network!

Friday 23rd November, just two days before the International day for the elimination of violence against women, POUR LA SOLIDARITÉ – PLS officially launched the Belgian CEASE network in Brussel! 17 companies and organisations from both public and private sector responded to the call and signed the Commitment Charter of companies against domestic violence. Amongst…

CSR Hellas, Diesis, FACE and Pour La Solidarité launched the first European network of companies engaged against gender-based violence.

On November 9th, CSR Hellas, Diesis, FACE and Pour La Solidarité launched the first European network of companies engaged in fighting gender-based violence, as part of the CEASE initiative co-funded by the DG Justice of the European Commission, in the Parisian premises of Kering, a member of the network. The network OneInThreeWomen, the part managed…

European Corporate Network – Second working session

On June 26th took place the second webinar with the participants of the European Corporate Network of organizations involved to cease domestic violence. The network discussed the e-learning and physical training modules and the sensitization materials, part of the Action kit. This will include communication tools such as posters, flyers, a booklet about the victims’ rights and…