The International Avon Foundation for Women announced a donation of one million dollars for organizations that fight violence against women worldwide, responding to the information that’s indicating an increasing number of cases of domestic violence, as a masked consequence of isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic. The donation will provide support for organizations from 37 countries, including Serbia. One million dinars will be allocated to the coalition consisting of 26 organizations - Women Against Violence Network, for the benefit of the system providing assistance in the fight against violence.

logo zpnThe Women Against Violence Network wants to warn citizens that in conditions of severe isolation and limitations on public circulation, such as during a state of emergency, an increase in violence against women and children is possible. This is already indicated by the latest case of partner violence, when, according to the media reports from March 19th, A 39-year-old man from a village near Lapovo, shot a 24-year-old girl.

logo zpnChanges in the working hours of the member organizations of the "Women Against Violence" Network during the state of emergency.

impuls tutin logoInstitution of the Commissioner for Equality Protection, acting on the accusation made by the president of the Civil association “Impuls” form Tutin. Dženet Agović, issued an Opinion that the company „Code Trade JNJ“ d.o.o from Novi Pazar broke the Anti-discrimination law, on the 3rd of August 2019. during the Festival that was organized by this association.

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The Women against violence network is inviting citizens to join the support and solidarity rally for Marija Lukić and all the women who have experienced sexual violence
Friday 5h of March 2020
in Kruševac in front of the Basic court building at 10.45am

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The Women against violence network is inviting citizens to join the support and solidarity rally for Marija Lukić and all the women who have experienced sexual violence
Friday 21st of February 2020
in Kruševac in front of the Basic court building at 10.45am

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The Women against violence network is inviting citizens to join the support and solidarity rally for Marija Lukić and all the women who have experienced sexual violence.
Wednesday 29th of January 2020
in Kruševac in front of the Basic court building at 10.45am

ljudska prava vranjeHuman Rights Committee Vranje and the SOS Corner for Girls Program are the winner of the 2019 World, Big With and For Girls award, the “With and For Girls” Collective officially announced on January 16, 2020 in London. The award is a worldwide recognition for the work of the Human Rights Committee Vranje in Serbia, within 22 years of continuous work.

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Regarding November 25th, The International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women,
Network Women against violence sends a message to the public:
Women are not to blame for the violence that’s happening to them!

pravda za mariju lukicMeetings of support and solidarity for Marija Lukic have been held in Belgrade, Krusevac, Nis, Smederevska Palanka, Vranje i Tutin. These meetings were held while the trail was in session, in front of Basic Court in Krusevac, where the prosecutor argued a case against Milutin Jelicic Jutka, the former president of Brus municipality. A criminal charged was filed against Jelicic by Marija Lukic for sexual harassment and abuse of authority.