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The IMPROVE project (Improving Access to Services for Victims of Domestic Violence by Accelerating Change in Frontline Responder Organisations) sets out to reinforce the fight against domestic violence through the development of several tools to increase reporting and detection of domestic violence by empowering the victims to understand their rights to services and justice. Moreover, it will support police authorities, civil society organisations and other frontline responder organisations in enhancing their competencies to utilise innovative solutions which will enable and accelerate policy implementation.

Innovations produced by IMPROVE are based on applied research that constructs a pioneering conceptual approach which efficiently addresses the diverse identities of the survivors, the underserved, vulnerable and marginalised individuals as well as multiple forms and situations of domestic violence.

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The EU project “VIPROM” (Victim Protection In Medicine) aims to provide sustainable, organisationally embedded, and institutionally recognised training tailored to the specific needs of various medical professionals from different medical fields. Partners from Austria, Germany, Greece, Italy and Sweden are jointly working on this project. Train-the-trainer programs will be conducted so that the curricula and training materials developed in VIPROM can be implemented in pilot trainings with high quality.

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As police frontline are often the first responders to domestic violence cases, they play a crucial role as gatekeepers connecting victims with support services, and perpetrators with specialised programmes. The TACTICS project focuses on overcoming barriers in European jurisdictions that hinder police from making necessary reports and referrals. Operating across 7 regions, including

Estonia, France, Belgium, Germany, Greece, Spain and Romania, the three-year work plan involves analysing current police practices, conducting capacity-building activities, enhancing training materials, and developing digital tools for coordinated action. The action aims to produce regional reports, training manuals, digital tools, roadmaps, policy recommendations, and replication guidelines to improve responses to domestic violence across Europe. Effective collaboration between police and relevant services is key to ensure safety of women and children.

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