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 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 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


Currently the KMWG consists of the following members:

Members of the KMWG

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 National Institute of Research for Digital Innovation, France

Eva Lopez Internet Sans Crainte, France

Ewa Dziemidowicz Empowering Children Foundation, Poland 

Giulia Radi Save the Children, Italy 

Jacob DoneganTikTok 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