CEINAV Main Results


Final Report 

After three years of hard work and exciting and fruitful cooperation, CEINAV is proud to present our final report. It comprises a four-page summary of the whole and a more detailed description of the project objectives, methodology and main achievements, as well as a list of the outputs. Our collaborative way of working and managing this ambitious and complex project is also described and the key role of the associate partners from practice in all four countries underlined. The report gives an overview of the networking, dissemination, and knowledge exchange activities and includes a list of publications relating to the work of CEINAV. 

Cultural Encounters in Intervention Against Violence - Final report (english)

Films

There are three films that came out of CEINAV 

 A) “Everything I told them”  
CEINAV Documentary including statements of professionals, stories of survivors and input of the CEINAV partners.  
Available upon request  
Publicly available on the project website as of 2018 under http://tinyurl.com/ceinavproject


B) “Sendas / Paths”
Animation film
Publicly available on the project website as of 2018 under http://tinyurl.com/ceinavproject 


 

C) Cultural Encouters in Intervention against violence – Creative Dialogue
Documentary of the CEINAV creative dialogue meeting.
Publicly available on the project website under http://tinyurl.com/ceinavproject or directly at

https://youtu.be/g_sOuL7bJwg


Transnational Foundations for Ethical Practice in Interventions Against Violence Against Women and Child Abuse

CEINAV has achieved one of its main goals: to develop a transnational foundation for ethical practice in intervention, taking a holistic view of the forms of violence we have studied, while attending to differences. The paper “Transnational Foundations for Ethical Practice in Interventions Against Violence Against Women and Child Abuse” results from in-depth discussions in the entire four-country team, and was written by Liz Kelly and Thomas Meysen with an approach that speaks directly to practitioners and the challenges they face. We make this paper available in the four languages of our project, and invite others to translate into further languages (but please let us know if you do so!)



Transnational Foundations for Ethical Practice in Interventions Against Violence Against Women and Child Abuse 



An Anthology of Stories

The five CEINAV teams sought to hear the voices of women and young people with a minority or migration background who had travelled through a history of violence and intervention. From these interviews an anthology of stories was created, in which the women and young people describe when and how intervention helped them or failed to help, and what they think could be done better. The anthology has been artistically designed and aims to be widely accessible. All stories were translated into English next to the original language as an invitation to think about how experiences may differ or be similar in different countries of Europe. The anthology is now available as a print edition and also open access online!

Experiences of Intervention Against Violence
An Anthology of Stories. Stories in four languages from England & Wales, Germany, Portugal and Slovenia
Published: 2016
Editors: Hagemann-White, Carol/ Grafe, Bianca
Publisher: Barbara Budrich, Opladen


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