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Domestic Worker Support - Stop sexual violence in domestic work

Domestic Worker Support - Stop sexual violence in domestic work

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by IDWFED published Jul 23, 2015 12:00 AM
A web tool (www.domesticworkersupport.info) offering up-to-date information about safe accommodation options, referral to relevant agencies, essentials of law of the partner countries, an overview of rights and how to protect them, risk avoidance and crisis management techniques, and emergency contact information and procedures.

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A web tool (www.domesticworkersupport.info), tailor-made to the victims' needs, was developed within the tasks of the project entitled: “Increasing the capacity of domestic workers of different origins to respond to sexual violence through community- based interventions” (COMMUN-AID), offering up-to-date information about safe accommodation options, referral to relevant agencies, essentials of law of the partner countries, an overview of rights and how to protect them, risk avoidance and crisis management techniques, and emergency contact information and procedures.

A small group of sexually victimized female migrant domestic workers was involved in the cultural adaptation process in each partner country. The tool safeguards female migrants’ anonymity, has unique cultural perspectives and is available in 14 languages, those of the most prevalent migrant communities in the partner countries*.

*Available languages:

  • Greek Gate: Greek, English, Russian, Albanian,
  • Swedish Gate: Sweden, Polish, Thai,
  • Austrian Gate: German, English, Slovakian, Polish, Romanian,
  • Slovenian Gate: Slovenian, Croatian, Serbian,
  • Cyprus Gate: Greek, English

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www.domesticworkersupport.info
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