The general objective of the ARIADNA Project is to design an innovative strategy for dealing with gender-based violence based on an information system which unites the knowledge of all agents who intervene in the gender-based violence prevention, detection and treatment processes in the Autonomous Community of the Balearic Islands, in order to:
- Achieve optimal coordination of services and resources.
- Improve care for women who are in abusive situations, and minors under their care, through personalized care plans and follow-up on the victim.
Said strategy must align with the principles of portability, sustainability and evaluation of results and is present in all planned activities, which include:
- Development of a technological tool based on a unified, compatible information system.
- Empowerment of the figure of ‘Reference Person’ through professional training and implementation of said figure.
- General Training Plan for all professionals who intervene in gender-based violence situations.
- Execution of a research study on the reasons for which female victims of gender-based violence who were murdered in the Balearic Islands did not report their abuse.
- Execution of the Conference, 'Gender-Based Violence. Future Challenges'.