The Ödos Programme is a pilot initiative in Spain aimed at protecting these women, boys and girls in particularly vulnerable situations.


The assessment team of the OCSPI (Criminal Observatory of the Criminal System at Immigration) belonging to the Department of Criminology of the University of Málaga, led by the Chair Elisa García España, performed the external assessment of the piloting of the Ödos Programme for the first two years (2018-2020).

Here we make the executive summary of the Assessment available (versions in Spanish, English and French)


Click here to see the PROGRAMME DETAILS



The Emet Arco Iris Foundation, with its Ödos Programme, is participating in the project Voices of Immigrant Women (VIW), led by Pablo de Olavide University, where more than 30 entities from six different countries participate, on the research into migration and gender.

The aim of the Project is to respond to the need of students to develop a better knowledge and awareness on the topic of migrating women considering the inter-relation of factors such as: gender, status, ethnicity, age, religion, origin, political opinion.

The project is aimed at:

  • University students
  • Professors and Researchers
  • Policymakers in the field of education

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In order to achieve it, we have designed a complete intervention that consists of two phases:


  • Phase 1 for initial reception. This first phase has an approximate length of one and a half month and is performed at the Ödos Centre, for complete accompaniment and intervention, located in Córdoba. During this period, the link between women and the boys and girls who accompany them is observed and an itinerary of personalised protections is prepared, addressing the specialities of each case. During the stay in the centre, their basic needs are covered (accommodation, maintenance, clothes, footwear and hygiene) and they receive complete attention in the legal-administrative, healthcare, psychological, social and educational areas with the aim of favouring the protection and psycho-social welfare of families.
  • Phase II of accompaniment for inclusion in reception society. Once the stay in Phase I has ended, we offer the possibility of accessing other resources. This second phase does not have a specific length, as the processes for inclusion in the foster society vary notably in terms of each case. Because of this, we offer continuous and flexible attention that allows inclusion in the society and the construction of a safe and dignified future.


Social need

Social need

Phase I: Reception in complete intervention

Phase I: Reception in complete intervention

Phase II: Accompaniment for integration

Phase II: Accompaniment for integration

Communication and incidence

Communication and incidence

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Ministerio de Inclusión, Seguridad Social y Migraciones, Consejería de Turismo, Justicia y Políticas Migratorias, Consejería de Igualdad, políticas sociales y conciliación (IRPF), Diputación de Córdoba, Ayuntamiento de Córdoba, CONFER (Conferencia Española de Religiosos), OIM (Organización Internacional de Migraciones), Fundación La Caixa, Colegio de Abogados de Córdoba, Fundación Cajasur, Ministerio de Derechos Sociales y Agenda 2030 entre otros.