PRO.VI: Protecting Victims Rights - 2nd Steering Group and Transnational Advisory Board Meeting

The “PRO.VI – Protecting Victims Rights” is a project, co-financed by the European Commission (JUST/JACC/AG/2017/802047), that aims to improve the provision of victim support services for victims of crime and assure the protection of their rights.

The project involves five countries of EU: Portugal, Germany, Italy, Romania and Spain. In Portugal, the study is being done by the researchers: Catarina Ribeiro, Mariana Barbosa, Raquel Matos and Mafalda Santos of Faculty of Education and Psychology of Universidade Católica Portuguesa in Porto with a national Partnership CIG - Commission for Citizenship and Gender Equality.

The first steering group meeting – SGM1 – took place on 14th, 15th and 16th January, 2019, in Rome, Italy. This meeting has been coordinated by the Italian partner IPRS (Istituto Psicoanalitico per le Ricerche Sociali), and had the presence of the partner countries members, and TAB members (Transnational Advisory Board).

The next meeting – SGM2 – will involve all research teams, the experts and the stakeholders from the partners countries. This SGM2 will take place on 22nd, 23rd, and 24th of May, 2019, in Porto, Portugal, at the Catholic University of Porto.