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Общи :: Partners meeting under the KEEP ME SAFE project, Brussels, 24-26 March 2014

Partners meeting under the KEEP ME SAFE project, Brussels, 24-26 March 2014

Keep me safe logoBrussels,  March 26 2014

A Partnership meeting of the Keep me Safe Project took place March 24-26, 2014 in Brussels. Partners from all project countries - Bulgaria, Belgium, UK, Germany, Denmark, Ireland, Spain, Cyprus, Latvia, Romania, Macedonia and The Netherlands were present at the meeting.
The progress of the project, the results and recommendations from the Mid-term Evaluation Report, financial matters and action plan till project ending and beyond were discussed. Educational materials and interactive programs suitable for working with the target groups were shared and displayed. The
International Association Autism Europe presented its main programmes and advocacy initiatives.

BFPA was represented by Dr. Radosveta Stamenkova, Executive Director of BFPA, and Ralitsa Zgalevska, coordinator of the KEEP ME SAFE project.
KEEP ME SAFE is a two year (2013–2015) initiative, coordinated by the IPPF International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and co-financed by European Commission (DJ Justice – Program Daphne III). The main project goal is young people with learning disabilities (YPLD) across Europe to be protected from sexual violation and abuse. As a frame for the activities of the projects IPPF uses two documents: Sexual Rights: Declaration of IPPF and

UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

            Group photo                 Marieka & Rada                 Presentation

Link to a detailed photo gallery of the meeting

 

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Общи :: Partners meeting under the KEEP ME SAFE project, Brussels, 24-26 March 2014