‘Volunteer Anti-Stalking Counselling’ is a one-year-long project, which has the expansion of the volunteer helpline as one if its goals. The project is funded by PUF, which is a public fund administered by the Directorate of Social Affairs. One part-time employee has been hired.
Project period: August 2015 – August 2016
‘A Safe Everyday Life’ is a two-year-long project in cooperation with the police of South-East Jutland, managed by a part-time employee. Objectives: to develop new models of collaboration and intervention with the aim of reducing the case handling time in cases concerning stalking, and to prevent the stalking from escalating. The Council of the Danish Victims Fund funds the project.
Project period: October 2014 – October 2016
‘Intervention against Stalking’ is a two-year-long project, which seeks to establish the new intervention and knowledge centre that opened in June 2015. For more information on this project, look under the two centres’ menu items. The Oak Foundation Denmark funds the project, which has hired four employees to manage the abovementioned tasks.
Project period: June 2016 – June 2018
‘Early Intervention against Stalking’ runs for 16 months. The project is a public information campaign with an objective to inform the public and professionals working within a relevant field about stalking.
Project period: January 2016 – May 2017