The objective of the Gender Based Violence Program is to support the GBV sector to address gaps in supports for survivors. This will be achieved through the testing promising practices, and will result in the development of evidence based blueprints which will be made available for other organizations to replicate and adapt to their local context. This focus on testing promising practices does not preclude a service from being a component of a promising practice per se, but the service could not be funded as a stand alone initiative.
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During various periods over the past 1700 years, Bethlehem and the Church of the Nativity have been, and still are, a pilgrim destination. The eastern end of the traditional route from Jerusalem to the Church, known as the Pilgrimage route, marks the road that connects the traditional entrance of Bethlehem, near King David’s Wells with the Church of the Nativity, and extends along the Star Street through the Damascus Gate, or Qos Al Zarara, the historical gate of the town, towards the Manger Square. The Route continues to be celebrated as the path followed by Joseph and Mary during their trip in Bethlehem during Christmas ceremonies each year, and is followed ceremonially by Patriarchs of the three churches at their several Christmases, and during their official visits to Bethlehem..
Since 2008, the World Heritage Centre, within the framework of the France UNESCO Cooperation Agreement, supported and participated in the initiative « Developing Historic Cities: Keys for Understanding and Taking Action. A compilation of case studies on the conservation and management of historic cities ». This project was jointly launched by the Organization of World Heritage Cities (OWHC), the City of Lyon (France), the Getty Conservation Institute, the Council of Europe, ICOMOS’s International committee on historic towns and villages (CIVVIH) the World Heritage Centre (in the framework of the France UNESCO Cooperation Agreement and extrabudgetary funds from the Netherlands), and the French Ministry of Culture with the support of several World Heritage Cities and particularly French World Heritage Cities (Lyon, Bordeaux, Albi) and UrbaLyon the Lyon urban planning agency.
The narrative context for Circe’s spell making, implied in the upraised left arm of the figure in the present work, represented a moment of feminine dominion over deceived male victims. Was he ‘prone and grovelling’ before her, or was he Ulysses resisting her sorcery but sexually enchanted by her? In the most general way, Ulysses’s decision to stay with the alluring Circe (rather than continue his adventures) represented an illustration of the choice between virtue and vice which underpinned much moral and philosophical discourse in the eighteenth century. Joseph Spence, in his influential Polymetis: Or, an Enquiry Concerning the Agreement Between the Works of the Roman Poets, and the Remains of the Ancient Artists (1747), positioned it as such: ‘the story of Ulysses and Circe was something of this kind; the debate there was, whether he should give himself up to that goddess, or do on to seek Ithaca and the chaste partner of his bed’.14.