The Youth – Sexual Aggression and Victimisation (Y-SAV) project promotes an integrated and collaborative approach to advocacy and research in the EU’s 27 countries. Sexual aggression can be prevented, its victims should have access to support, and its perpetrators should receive treatment.
- Combatting youth sexual aggression and victimization in the European Union (Report)
- Tackling youth sexual aggression - Observations from the Y-SAV project (Summary)
Country reports & recommendations
Y-SAV published 27 country reports, 9 countries also made policy recommendations.
- Latvia (report)
- Lithouania (report) (recommendations)
- Luxemburg (report)
- Malta (report)
- The Netherlands (report) (recommendations)
- Poland (report)
- Portugal (report)
- Romania (report)
- Slovakia (report) (recommendations)
- Slovenia (report)
- Spain (report) (recommendations)
- Sweden (report) (recommendations)
- United Kingdom (report)
The Y-SAV programme ran from 2012 until the end of 2014.