From today, December 17th, and until tomorrow 18th at 18:30 the Final Congress of the PROVIDE project, co-financed by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme of the European Union, takes place in room 12 of building 19 of the Università degli Studi di Palermo.
The conference has started this afternoon with the welcome of Fabrizio Micari, Rector of the University of Palermo, and Michele Cometa, Director of the Department of Culture and Society. Throughout the afternoon it is planned to offer attendees a first approach on the project and on some key concepts about proximity violence.
Tomorrow's session will begin with the vision of Carla Pambiano, expert in proximity violence of the European Commission, and of Ravinder Barn, proffesor of the Royal Holloway at the University of London. We will be able to enjoy a more dynamic session in which we will have the participation of many of the partners of the project, who will present the results of their research, the training courses carried out and the protocol of good practices developed as a result of the results of the project.
As we have already seen, the congress is having a wide participation and assistance from professionals, professors and students from the fields of cooperation, social assistance, psychology, nursing, etc.