Events

Events

 

December 2016

December 13 workshop "Töö pagulasperedega Šotimaa näitel", Tallinn University conference center. For more detailed information on the schedule, venue and registration can be found here .

May / June 2016 

May 26 in Estonian Health Care Museum, Lai 30, Tallinn, the Final conference of the Programme "Domestic and Gender-based violence". The programme is available HERE. Further information pille.ruul/at/sm.ee. The presentations are available HERE.

January/February 2015

January 7th- training of youth leaders "Human trafficking and sexual exploitation" by Eluliin. Further information at norra.koolitus@gmail.com
January 28 - experts roundtable. Estonian Institute of Open Society Reseach (EIOSR). Further information www.eaui.ee or helvekase/@/gmail.com.
January 31 - regiaonal training for specialists in Rakvere. Estonian Women Shelter's Union (EWSU). Further information at www.naisteliin.ee or eha.reitelmann/@/gmail.com
February 5-6- training for the shelter's and hotline staff. Estonian Women Shelter's Union (EWSU). Further information at www.naisteliin.ee or eha.reitelmann/@/gmail.com
Februaray 10- Information seminar for project promoters under SGS. Further information irje.tammeleht/@/sm.ee
February 20 - roundtable for lawyers "The role and challanges of lawyers in preventing and tackling gender based violence". Estonian institute of Open Society Research. Further information helvekase/@/gmail.com
February 25-26- CC-meeting and sitevisits.

March/April 2015

March 5-6 - training of key specialists "Creating services for victims of sexual violence" .Estonian Sexual Health Association
March 23-24 - trainer's training "Risk management". Estonian Women Shelter's Union (EWSU). Further information at www.naisteliin.ee or eha.reitelmann/@/gmail.com
Trainers' training (legislation/ trauma). Women Shelter's Union (EWSU). Further information at www.naisteliin.ee or eha.reitelmann/@/gmail.com

May/June 2015

May 7th - Information seminar for project promoters of the programme "Domestic and Gender-based violence" in Tartu. For further information please contact pille.ruul@sm.ee or irje.tammeleht@sm.ee 
May 11-15 traings of key specialists networking- lecturers from Norway.  EIOSR. Further information www.eaui.ee or helvekase/@/gmail.com.
Estonian Women Shelter's Union (EWSU). Further information at www.naisteliin.ee or eha.reitelmann/@/gmail.com
International conference "What makes a man?" takes place on May 29 in Tallinn Culture Hub, Põhja puistee 27a. The aim of the conference is to raise awareness about modern manhood (changes in roles, expectations and attitudes) and to share good practices from the Norway and Estonia dealing with perpetrators and providing support to male victims of intimate partnership violence. The programme is available HERE. Please sign up for the conference HERE .  The conference is supported from the bilateral relations fund of the Norway Grants programme „Domestic and gender-based violence“ and "Mainstreaming gender equality and promoting work-life balance".

July/August 2015

Trainers training. Estonian Women Shelter's Union (EWSU). Further information at www.naisteliin.ee or eha.reitelmann/@/gmail.com

September/October 2015

September 14. training for victim support specialists " Norwegian practices dealing with victims". Lecturers Torill Berge Andersen and Ivar Anre Holm . More information: Eluliin NGO, eda@eluliin.ee
September 15. roundtable for specialists  "National system and support for victims in Norway" meeting with Torill Berge Andersen ja Ivar Anre Holm. More information: Eluliin NGO, eda@eluliin.ee
September 21-23 PO studytrip to Norway in cooperation with the Directorate of Health. 
September 24-25 trainers training. More information Estonian Women Shelters Union, eha.reitelmann/@/gmail.com
October 8-9 training of key specialists .Estonian Sexual Health Association. Furter information kristina/@/estl.ee
October 15 in Tartu and October 22 in Tallinn training for network specialists about sexual violence. Estonian Sexual Health Association. Furter information kristina/at/estl.ee
October 19 - Release of the study about compensation for moral damage for the victims of trafficking by Eluliin MTÜ. Further information eda/@/eluliin.ee
October training for the hotline and shelters staff about providing services for women from different cultural and religious backround. More information Estonian Women Shelters Union, eha.reitelmann/@/gmail.com

November/December 2015

November 25- International Conference. Estonian Women Shelter's Union (EWSU). Further information at www.naisteliin.ee or eha.reitelmann/@/gmail.com
November 25-26 - EEA and Norway grants good practice sharing seminar tackling gender-based violence through education. Please find the programme for POs, DPPs HERE. Download the best practice seminar PROGRAMME and PRESENTATIONS. Further information pille.ruul/at/sm.ee and irje.tammeleht/at/sm.ee
Nov.25 and 26 in Tallinn and on Dec 4th in Pärnu training for medics about sexual violence. Further information kristina/at/estl.ee, Estonian Sexual Health Association
Dec 7 pressrelease of the study on awareness of young people about trafficking in persons and the final event of the Project "Human trafficking prevention and victim support through anti-trafficking Hotline services. NGO Living for Tomorrow. Futher information sirle/at/lft.ee
December 10- Final conference of the project and presentation of the studies. Eluliin.

January/February 2016

January 14 and 15 in Tartu, January 21 and 27 in Tallinn trainings for medics about sexual violence, victims of SV arranged by Estonian Sexual Health Association. More information kristina/at/estl.ee
February 2 in Tallinn,February 11 in Tartu and February 12 in Ida-Virumaa trainings for medics about sexual violence, victims of SV arranged by Estonian Sexual Health Association. More information kristina/at/estl.ee

March/April 2016

April 29 The final conference of the Project "Creating and enhancing a multisectoral Network to help the victims of sexual violence" by Estonian Sexual Health Association.Further information kristina/at/estl.ee

PRESENTATIONS 26.11.2015

Sharing best practices tackling gender-based violence

Presentations of the best practices I      

Sirle Blumberg, Living for Tomorrow NGO, Estonia, "Human trafficking prevention and victim support hotline+3726607320 service"

Mona Larsen-Asp, Anne-Mette Øvrum Bi-lateral pilot project Sør Odal,Norway “Sharing best Practices between Spain and Norway; awareness-raising and the social and labor integration of Women Victims of Gender based Violence”

Ernesta Butkuviene The Association „Kaunas Women‘s Line“ , Lithuania "Women's Helpline – LIVING FOR SHARING"

Apolonia Sejkova, MyMamy NGO Presov; Slovakkia "Anima-advisory center and shelter.Awareness rising and prevention / secondary schools, Roma settlements, rural areas"

Marju Medar  Tallinn University, Estonian Institute for Open Society Research, Estonia "Gender violence and victim support curriculum at Tallinn University"

Presentations of the best practices II

Branislava Marvanova Vargova ROSA , Czeck Republic "STOP VIOLENCE for Health Sector"

Sebastian Lizinczyk, Central Board of Prison Service in Poland,"Working with convicted domestic violence perpetrators"

Kristina Papsejeva, Estonian Sexual Health Association, Estonia "There is no justification for sexual violence"

Lemme Haldre, Tartu Child Support Centre, Estonia "Youth with special needs and unexpected sexual behavior"

Zuzana Dubová, Labyrint Brno, z.s. Czeck Republic "By filming against a domestic violence"

World cafe

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PRESENTATIONS 26.05.2016

Final Conference of the Norway Grants programme „Domestic and Gender-based violence “Impact of Norway Grants and bilateral relations tackling gender-based violence in Estonia"

Time:     May 26, 2016

Venue:  Estonian Healthcare Museum, Lai 30, Tallinn http://www.tervishoiumuuseum.ee/en/

Opening speeches:    Estonian Minister of Social Protection Mr. Margus Tsahkna

                               Norwegian Ambassador to Estonia Mr. Dagfinn Sørli

       human trafficking“, Ms Jaanika Hämmal, TNS Emor

Impact of activities supporting victims of human trafficking

  • Living for Tomorrow, Ms Sirle Blumberg
  • Eluliin, Mr. Roman Krõlov

Interventions tackling sexual violence

Eesti Abikeskused, Mr. Rainer Rohtla

Tartu Children Support Center, Mr Rainer Rohtla

Estonian Sexual Health Association, Ms Kristina Papsejeva

Oslo Sexual Assault Center, Ms Helle Nesvold, Ms Kari K. Kongstein

Impact of activities reducing gender-based violence and improving the quality of services  for victims of

domestic violence in Estonia           

Conclusions of the implementation of the programme

Viimati uuendatud: 13. märts 2017