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Общи :: BFPA Presented Good Practices at Event of GERT

BFPA Presented Good Practices at Event of GERT

PanelSofia, 18-19 March 2016

Gender Education, Research and Technologies Foundation (GERT) implemented at 18-19 March 2016 a final conference on its project Bullying Prevention in School Environment.
The developed programme initiative is to work on prevention of violence helping to recognize the problem and to increase the capacity of parents, teachers and young people to cope with unwanted fears and consequences.
Representatives of Bulgarian Family Planning and Sexual Health Association – the projects coordinator Ralitsa Zgalevska and the young volunteer and member of the Management Board Nedko Geshev presented at the event good practices from the activity of the organization: mechanisms for working and methods for learning, connected with prevention of violence and sexual harassment.

The network for collaboration on prevention of violence Learning Action Partnership, which is a part of the project ‘The Art to Inform’ supported by OAK Foundation, as well interactive exercises and recommendations for changes directed to European legislation on Keep me Safe (2013–2015) Project provoked interest among the participants of the event.

Part of the messages of the campaign „No Violence in Love”, implemented in the frame of the project of GERT, are:
- To manipulate your partner imputing feelings of guilt is a common form of emotional abuse in relationships. This is violence.
- Jealousy is often used to excuse controlling. Slap is a violence, whoever hits.
- Sexual force is unacceptable violence even in long-term serious relationships.
- Healthy intimate relationships are based on trust, respect and support.

 

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