One tool will be developed to assess and self-assess the mental distress of frontline operators, and one tool to assess the mental stress of SGBV survivors and victims.

Five national reports will be drafted, presenting the gaps of the existing policies and practices related to care of frontline workers and women victims and survivors at national and transnational level. A transnational report will be also developed, summarizing the findings of the research in the national reports.

Download the report for Serbia here.

Download the Νational Report – Evidences for Greece here

Download the National Report for Greece here.

Download the transnational report here.

Pilot training courses will be delivered to improve the awareness of frontline workers and institutions on stress management and mental health care of SGVB victims and survivors, validating the self-assessment tool.

Empowerment workshops and psycho-social counselling sessions will be delivered for the inclusion of local and migrant women, in order to recover from SGBV-related trauma and distress and for the implementation and validation of the assessment tool on mental health for victims and survivors of SGBV.

Training of the trainers will be held in Greece, Italy, Serbia, Germany and Bulgaria. Professionals who attended the pilot training and delivered the empowering workshops will deliver a workshop to train other frontline operators.