Reports from the IMPRODOVA fieldwork online now!

During 2019, IMPRODOVA partners conducted data collection "in the field" interviewing experts, frontline responders and practitioners being active in the field of domestic violence. Almost 300 interviews have been conducted and analyzed, giving a vivid picture on how cases of domestic abuse are usually processed and what best practices in the eight IMPRODOVA countries are promising approaches for a better support of victims and their families.

Insights gained are described by three reports that are now available for free download on the IMRODOVA website:

D2.2 – Country reports and cross-national comparisons on the documentation of international norms and national best practices of frontline responders
This report describes how cases of domestic violence are processed, how this relates to international norms and which processes are working or which do not.
Free download of the report (PDF, 3.2 MB)
Press release (PDF, 0.8 MB)

D2.3 Country reports and cross-national comparison on the risk assessment tools and case documentation used by frontline responders
This report focuses on how risk assessment and case documentation in cases of domestic abuse are realized by the police, the medical sector and the social sector within the eight countries under study.
Free download of the report (PDF, 1.1 MB)
Press release (PDF, 0.8 MB)

D2.4 identifying gaps and bridges of intra- and inter-agency cooperation
This report outlines how good partnerships against domestic abuse function and describes best practice cases for intra- and inter-agency cooperation explored in the IMPRODOVA countries.
Free download of the report (PDF, 3.0 MB)
Press release (PDF, 0.8 MB)