Ethno-cultural agent

Between 2017 and 2018, ANFE Italy, JVA Zweibruecken (DE) and the University of Malta ran an Ethno-cultural Agent course for migrant women. The course, consisting of a total of 150 hours of direct learning, aimed to equip the women with the know-how to act as intermediaries between migrant women, victims or potential victims of S/GBV, and local services. Lectures and seminars covered the following topics :
Legal Framework
GBV as a human right :  Istanbul convention
National law about against GBV
Crimes of GBV in the national justice system
Phenomenology of violence against migrant women in the host 
country
Signs and symptoms of abuse
Understanding victims and perpetrators
Gender & GBV
Notions of masculinity Consequences of GBV
Secondary victimization
Impact of violence and trauma
Unresolved trauma
Re-traumatization
Migration flows
Routes of migration
Cultural differences
Citizenship
Mapping of local/national support services
Referral pathways
Social and health services
Legal services Job placement services
Operative methodology (creation of a safe space for women/ setting up the room and the meeting)
Communication skills and body language
Empathic listening
Strengthening empathy in cultural competence
Instruments of psychological reframing and resilience
Coping with competing narratives (storytelling)

MT ECA course IR
Between 2017 and 2018, ANFE Italy, JVA Zweibruecken (DE) and the University of Malta ran an Ethno-cultural Agent course for migrant women. The course, consisting of a total of 150 hours of direct learning, aimed to equip the women with the know-how to act as intermediaries between migrant women, victims or potential victims of S/GBV, […]

MT ECA Report
Between 2017 and 2018, ANFE Italy, JVA Zweibruecken (DE) and the University of Malta ran an Ethno-cultural Agent course for migrant women. The course, consisting of a total of 150 hours of direct learning, aimed to equip the women with the know-how to act as intermediaries between migrant women, victims or potential victims of S/GBV, […]

MT ECA Report
Between 2017 and 2018, ANFE Italy, JVA Zweibruecken (DE) and the University of Malta ran an Ethno-cultural Agent course for migrant women. The course, consisting of a total of 150 hours of direct learning, aimed to equip the women with the know-how to act as intermediaries between migrant women, victims or potential victims of S/GBV, […]