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Zwei Jahre lang hat sich der DAB an dem EU-Projekt Domestic Violence Met by Educated Women beteiligt. Ob das Projekt etwas gebracht hat und ob sich der Aufwand gelohnt hat, muss jeder für sich selbst beantworten. Ich finde, dass die Einblicke in die unterschiedlichen Gesellschaften unserer Partnerländer und die persönlichen Begegungen der Mühe wert waren. Es war uns aber auch wichtig, eine Resolution zu verabschieden, die unsere gemeinsamen Überzeugungen auf eine politische Ebene hebt.

Dr. Patricia Aden, 1. Vorsitzende des DAB


Domestic violence met by educated women

Grundtvig Project

Final Meeting Project

9th of May 2015


Fighting against Domestic violence against educated women – Responsibility of all Europeans

Domestic violence against women - especially educated women - is a problem in all participating countries of the project, that is Finland, Germany, Romania, Slovenia, Sweden. Especially post communist countries are economically weaker and have hence less means to deal with violence on state-social level.

The participant countries consent in following statements:

  • Legislation in every country has to be adapted to the Istanbul convention as Germany has began in 2011 and has to be ratified by every parliament.
  • Financial dependency  of women is a risk factor of becoming a victim. Women have to get a fair chance in order to diminish the pay gap.
  • Social education has to evolve and be leaned towards the awareness of the occurrence of domestic violence which is not merely physical but is also an emotional/psychological, economic and social problem which has to become more public and discussed openly, by the media and also NGOs.

The  participants of the project address the EU to take responsibility for further research on this subject, and adapt further practice in educating eu citizens about this subject

  • Projects which the focus of intercultural learning are usefull  to change societies and prevent domestic violence.



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