During this two-year project, the partners will co-create a number of resources, such as:

  • a guidebook highlighting the main steps of a successful return to work for women who have experienced domestic violence.
  • a learning toolkit for the organizations involved in the return to work process for the women concerned.
  • a white paper addressed to policy makers, companies decision makers, and all organisations working on the topic, with recommendations to improve the support for women survivors of violence on their return to work path.
  • awareness raising campaign material about the challenges of the socio-professional reintegration of women suffering domestic violence.

These resources will be published here and promoted locally by each partner in their country and local language.