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Panel - Online violence has real life consequences #ItISMyBusiness

For digital space to become safer for all, it is important to speak out against online violence aimed at women and girls, to send the message that survivors are not responsible for the violence they…  


Online violence has real life consequences #ItIsMyBusiness

While both women and men can be exposed to online violence, women and girls are disproportionately affected by it.  


Small arms & light weapons, gender-based and domestic violence: analysis

Gender-based violence is still one of the most widespread obstacles towards achieving gender equality - endangering the lives of women, children, families and safety of the community. When…  


Open call for provision of support to programs for work with perpetrators of violence against women

UNDP in Serbia is launching an open call for provision of grants to CSOs for work with perpetrators of violence, with parallel provision of support to women survivors of partner-relationship violence.…  


Domestic violence and firearms misuse

Based on an analysis of legal regulations and collected data on the processing of cases of domestic violence in which firearms were used to commit crime, this study provides a critical review of the…  


For a neighbourhood that doesn’t turn a blind eye to violence – building managers join ˝It IS my business˝ campaign

In the apartment buildings they are in charge of, building managers placed posters containing important information on the problem of violence against women, ways of reporting violence and providing…  


Online trainings to boost the work efficiency of Serbian local self-governments presented

Women heading towns and municipalities will be the first to attend the trainings  


Analysis of Femicide Cases Committed with Firearms: Firearms Misuse Increases the Risk of Fatal Outcome of Domestic Violence

Between June 2017 and June 2020, 84 women were killed in Serbia, and 1 out of 5 killings of women (femicides) were committed with firearms, reveals the Analysis of Femicide Cases Committed with…  


Analysis of cases of femicide committed with firearms (June 2017 - June 2020)

The most drastic form of violence against women is femicide - the murder of a woman by a man, motivated by hatred of women and done out of contempt and a sense of superiority, with the perpetrator…  


Phone line to some, lifeline to others - Open Call for proposals to support SOS helplines for women survivors of violence

The goal of the call is to ensure continuity in the provision of support to women who are exposed to violence via SOS lines, as well as to tailor these services to the needs of their beneficiaries in…  

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