GENDER VIOLENCE
Violence is a crime, silence is complicity! If you are a victim of violence, act! You are protected by the law!
2020-05-21 13:40:46

The Women's Information Center continues its information campaign aimed at prevention and response to violence against women and domestic violence  now in Lagodekhi and Ninotsminda municipalities, with the motto: Violence is a crime, silence is complicity! If you are a victim of violence, act! You are protected by the law!

The aim of the campaign is to provide information on women's rights and  existing state and other services, in particular to promote the installation of 112 mobile application, which has an SOS (Silent Alarm) button and chat functions with the operator.

The project is implemented with the financial support of the Endowment Promedos and in cooperation with the Gender Equality Councils of Lagodekhi and Ninotsminda municipalities.

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