To Women’s Organizations: Urgent Call for Action

kom logoWomen’s Freedom Assembly (KÖM) is calling on your solidarity against the war and massacres that we have been living through for the past eight months. The AKP government and President Tayyip Erdoğan are repressing, through violence, all opposition forces who have been resisting the authoritarian regime that they have been trying to establish in Turkey and destroying all channels of political struggle.

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Appeal against provision on punishing women and children bought in prostitution within the Proposal of The Law on Public Peace and Order

Instead of bringing a decision to decriminalize women and children in prostitution, and to punish purchasers that buy this type of service, Serbia is bringing a law that  tightens sanctioning of the most vulnerable - women and children - in prostitution, meaning sex exploitation.

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Request for removing video named “Nasilje radja nasilje” from the public space

On behalf of Women against Violence Network we strongly object publishing video “Nasilje radja nasilje” avalibale at youtu.be/9RjSaOH_Lb0, within the campaign related to the prevention of domestic violence, which was developed by the Association of Public Prosecutors and Deputy Public Prosecutors of Serbia and financially supported by USAID.  Letter addressed to USAID office in Serbia available in the attachment.

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State is obliged to finance unique SOS hotline for women victims of violence

State of Serbia is obliged to take on itself the establishment and sustainable financing of the national SOS hot-line for support to women victims of violence which would demonstrate responsibility regarding women citizens and taking over the obligation defined by ratification of Council of Europe Convention against violence against women.

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Women’s organizations from Serbia supporting women’s organizations in Turkey in demanding peace

Women’s organizations from Serbia have received second call to join efforts of women’s organizations from Turkey in demanding peace. By acting against all forms of violence, women peace activists from Serbia stand in solidarity and support of demands of women’s organizations from Turkey. Letter addressed to the authorities of Republic of Turkey is available in the attachment.

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URGENT CALL FOR ACTION and SOLIDARITY!

kom logoEnd military curfew in Kurdish towns of Turkey!
The war in Turkey is intensifying; people, all living beings and history is being destroyed!
As the State becomes more and more ISIS-like, the peoples’ resistance resembles Kobanê!

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Not One Less! Action against femicide

akcija 07 12 2015Regarding the International Day of Remembrance and Action against violence against Women in the memory of women killed in Montreal massacre (1989), standing in black and in silence, activists of organizations Women in Black and Network Women against violence protested in Knez Mihajlova street, in Belgrade. Activists have demanded this year again that state determines responsibility of employed in institutions for not punishing crimes against women!

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Solidarity with asylum seekers: 21 September - World Peace Day

The refugee crisis in recent months is one of the worst humanitarian disasters of our time. Innocent civilians, primarily from Syria and Afghanistan, suffering terribly - more than 11 million people have left their residence.

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Field report: Solidarity forever – peace action and visit to refugees

horgos sWar against refugees continues at the border. Symbols of “fortress Europe” – wire, iron, men in uniforms on Hungarian side aren’t looming out. There are too many symbols of their violence anyhow – rubble, ruckus everywhere around…

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Letter of support to peace declaration of women’s and LGBTI organizations from Turkey

Recently we have received call to join declaration of women’s and LGBTI organizations from Turkey demanding peace. By acting against all forms of violence, women peace activists from Serbia stand in solidarity and support of demands for peace of women’s and LBGTI organizations from Turkey.

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