B-Side: A barrier to stop the indoor domino effect for children who witness domestic violence (CWDV): experiences and guidelines. 2014-2015. The manual provides examples and guidelines for the implementation of specific interventions for the recovery of the relationship between women victims of domestic violence and their children who witnessed this violence.
System Failure: The precise ways authorities let victims of domestic violence down in Hungary. 2011. A summary of the results of a research among forensic psychologists and of a strategic litigation program and guidelines for practitioners.
Legislation, rights protection and assistance: Development of Inter-disciplinary Cooperation in Hungary to Combat Prostitution and Trafficking for the Purpose of Sexual Exploitation and to Support Victims, 2010. MONA Foundation, in cooperation with NANE and PATENT experts presents this handbook to contribute to the creation of an efficient and coherent legal framework to promote the reduction of prostitution and human trafficking. The handbook also seeks to lay the foundations of a multi-layered institutional network based on interdisciplinary cooperation that can provide services for victims, ranging from prevention to long-term assistance services. The handbook is based on the conviction that one of the greatest hindrances for the attainment of gender equality is the socially embedded nature of different forms of violence against women—including prostitution—, the impunity of the perpetrators, and the lack of recognition and protection of the human rights of women who have suffered violence.
Heartbeat: Relationships without violence; preventing violence in teenage relationships — An education manual for schools and other youth settings. 2010. This manual is designed for teachers and other professionals within education and youth work. It aims to equip professionals with resources and information to increase their understanding of the problem of violence in intimate teenager relationships and to show ways of how to implement preventative activities against violence in intimate teenage relationships in schools or youth services. The materials in this manual are especially suitable for delivering workshops with young people aged 14 – 19 years old. This manual is online available at http://www.empowering-youth.de/english/aktuell.html and also at www.tima-ev.de, www.pfunzkerle.org/heartbeat and www.aoef.at; (in German); www.nane.hu/kiadvanyok/kezikonyvek/szivdobbanas.pdf (in Hungarian); www.tender.org.uk (in English); www.cazalla-intercultural.org (in Spanish).
Integrated Client Services: Adopting good international practicies in Hungary. 2010. Lessons learned from the strategic litigation program and, based on that, guidelines for practioners.
Back Up the Children: Good practices and guidelines for practitioners on how to deal with children’s DV-related PTSD symptoms. 2010. The guidelines aim at helping child-protection and family services professionals to better understand and deal with children suffering the aftermath of DV-realted trauma. The manual contains background material to the educational video available in German, Portuguese, Slovakian, Hungarian, Estonian and French.
Power to Change: How to set up and run support groups for victims and survivors of domestic violence. 2008. Power to Change manual is a new European resource to help victims of domestic violence. It is a practical guide to running support groups and self-help groups with victims and survivors of domestic violence. The manual is also available in Portuguese, Hungarian, Italian and Estonian. Please, inform us if you are interested in translating the Manual to other languages or if you know of other translations.
PRO-TRAIN: Improving multi-professional and health care training in Europe — building on good practice in violence prevention (2007-2009). The project aims to strengthen violence prevention by developing a full multi-sectoral training programme based on promising practice and designed for key professionals involved in domestic violence prevention and/or services. The programme offers a specific training module for health care professionals. German, Finnish, Hungarian, French, Italian, Austrian and Czech experts worked on developing the Manual which is available in all of these languages.
Away from Violence: Guidelines for setting up and running a women’s refuge. 2004. A team of experts and refuge workers from eight countries with many years of service in the field have pooled their practical and theoretical knowledge to make up the consistent, practice and safety-oriented approach which this manual describes. They hope that this Manual will soon lead to the founding of new refuges serving the purpose of affording abused women and children the highest possible degree of protection, and also that existing refuges will find some of the information contained herein useful. As of 2015, the Manual is available in 15 languages.
Join the Net: European Trauma Network. Info-site created by European women’s rights NGOs from 27 countries and in all their languages on PTSD realted to violence against women.