FJC Europe Funded by the EU FJC Europe

European Alliance
for Hope and

We are the European Network of multidisciplinary approach
of genderbased, domestic violence and child abuse and
Family Justice Centers

Projects 2024-2025

The EFJCA is proud to announce the 3 projects awarded for 2024 within the EU program financial support to members of our network. The grants will support the (further) development of new and existing FJCs and related multidisciplinary models and improve their work towards a victim/survivor-centered and trauma-informed approach and create pathways of hope and empowerment.

The 3 projects awarded for 2024-2025 are:

GLORIA - integrated assistance for victims of domestic and gender violence
The project aimed to facilitate the access of victims of abuse and domestic and gender violence from the rural and small urban areas of Iași, Vaslui, Bacău and Neamț counties to quality integrated services in order to get out of the crisis situation and improve the quality of life with positive effects in the direction of preventing and reducing the phenomenon of domestic violence.‍

By: Community Safety and Mediation Center Foundation, Miroslava, Romania

Implementation of Trauma-informed practices to support survivors of DV
Women’s Support and Information Centre s seeking to further develop its emerging FJC by improving interventions provided to victims of domestic violence (DV) and their families. This will be done by implementing the Trauma-Informed Practices to Support Survivors of DV (TIPSS) project. TIPSS will focus on capacity building of different stakeholders on Trauma Informed Care (TIC).

By: MTÜ Naiste Tugi- ja Teabekeskus, Tartu, Estonia

Improving specialised therapeutic interventions for women subjected to sexual violence in intimate relationships
This project aims to strengthen capacity within the organization, Laois Domestic Abuse Service (LDAS) and among their colleagues in other service providers in County Laois, to achieve the following objective: protect and promote the safety and integrity of women, and by extension their children, through improving specialised therapeutic interventions for victims of sexual violence in intimate relationships at LDAS.

By: Laois Support Services Against Domestic Abuse CLG, Portlaoise, Ireland