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COVID-19: UNDP urges swift action to address violence against women and girls during pandemic

Lockdowns and social distancing may be particularly hard on survivors of gender-based violence, who may already be economically dependent on their abusers.  

Presentation of Analysis of Media Announcements and Guidelines for Ethical Reporting on Violence against Women

An analysis of media reports on violence against women, as well as specific guidelines for ethical reporting on the topic, was presented by the group “Journalists against Violence against Women”.  

Guidelines on Media Reporting on Violence against Women

The guidelines are a result of several months’ analyses and discussions of the group Journalists against Violence against Women, comprising about thirty journalists from national and local media,…  

Francine Pickup: Institutions should protect the victims of violence

Until there’s gender equality, there will be violence against women as its most extreme manifestation.  

16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence

This year, UNDP is putting sexism at the center of its campaign under the slogan #TičeMeSe (It concerns me too)  

In order to prevent repetitive domestic violence, preventive work with perpetrators is needed

Serbia needs more responsible programmes for the work with perpetrators of domestic violence in order to timely warn against threats of violence, reduce the risk of repetition of violence and increase…  

Final Report of the National Strategy for Preventing and Combating Violence against Women in Family and in Intimate Partner Relations

The main purpose of this review is to assess sustainability and challenges in the implementation of National Strategy for Preventing and Combating Violence against Women in Family and in Intimate…  

Integrated Response to Violence against Women and Girls in Serbia - Phase II

The specific purpose of the project is to further improve legal and policy frameworks, strengthen prevention system and assistance mechanisms for survivors of violence and improve access to effective…  

Employment of women survivors of violence

The Human Rights Committee / Helpline Vranje managed, in under three months, to register employers, engage fourteen women in professional training and employ as many as eleven of them within the…  

Keep the Line Open: Eight SOS Helpline Services Supported

SOS telephone service support for women who are in situations of violence, provided by women’s non-governmental organizations will be avaliable to more users, and especially to Roma women and women…  

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