Cultural Agent Promoting & Targeting Interventions vs Violence & Enslavement
DAPHNE CAPTIVE/Just/2015/ RDAP/AG/VICT/9243
Gender-based violence is particularly hard to counter – even more so when it happens in an intercultural environment. CAPTIVE was specifically designed to help solve intersectional problems of women with transnational or international identities. From its conception in 2016 to the project’s conclusion in December 2018, CAPTIVE raised awareness for and identified instances of gender-based violence by identifying and supporting cultural agents actively working against discrimination. The University of Malta coordinated the project with funding by DG Justice via the DAPHNE program. The Center for Continuing Education was approached by the Justizvollzugsanstalt Zweibrücken, the German representative of the project, to compile a report of recent research on the field as part of the first Work Package.
You can find more information on CAPTIVE here: