The Knowledge Management Working Group (KMWG) plays a crucial role as an advisory group working alongside the menABLE Consortium, to contribute with insights and recommendations in combating gender-based violence online.
THE COMPOSITION OF THE KMWG
The KMWG brought together partners from menABLE project, representative from national governments, researchers, representatives from NGOs, formal and non-formal educational actors, as well as influencers and young activists.
KMWG GOAL AND SET-UP
KMWG members have the opportunity to actively shape the project’s direction and contribute to the development of the menABLE educational Toolbox and training materials. The Working Group convenes online on a quarterly basis providing a platform for its members to share their expertise and collaborate with like-minded stakeholders.
To receive more information and/or join the KMWG, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MEMBERS OF THE KMWG
Currently the KMWG consists of the following members:
Annachiara Sarto ━ Protection4kids, Italy
Annalisa Prestianni ━ Dry-Art, Italy
Antigoni Angelaki ━ UNICEF, Greece
Barbara G. Bello ━ University of Milan/Tuscia University, Italy
Benedetta De Rosa ━ Human Rights Specialist, Italy
Beybin Elvin Tunç ━ COFACE Families Europe, Belgium
Brunella Greco ━ Save the Children, Italy
Deborah Kupperberg ━ Ministry of the French Community, Equal Opportunities Department - Unit for the elimination of violence against women, Belgium
Donata Federici Monesi ━ Liceo scientifico statale N. Copernico, Italy
Eleni Michou ━ 4th Junior High School of Iraklio Attikis, Greece
Emilie Peinchaud ━ Internet Sans Crainte, France
Ewa Dziemidowicz ━ Empowering Children Foundation, Poland
Giulia Radi ━ Save the Children, Italy
Jacob Donegan ━ TikTok creator, Ireland
Maureen Mincke ━ Criminologist, Belgium
Mirna Glavan Grbeš ━ Prva srednja škola Beli Manastir, Croatia
Molly Hickey ━ Better Internet for Kids (BIK) Youth Ambassador, Ireland
Representative of RoSa: Center of Expertise on Gender and Feminism, Belgium
Sofia Rasgado ━ Centro Nacional de Cibersegurança, Portugal
Sophie Mortimer ━ SWGfL, UK
Vasiliki Katsikosta ━ 3rd Junior High School of Ymittos, Greece
Wale Bakare ━ Webfala Digital Skills For All Initiative, Nigeria