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ROMA WOMEN AGAINST GENDER-BASE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
According to the 2011 census, Romani people are the third largest ethnic group in Serbia, with just under 150 thousand registered Roma, which amounts to a little over 2% of the population.
Håndball-EM for kvinner 2022
I forbindelse med håndball-EM i Slovenia, Nord-Makedonia og Montenegro 04-20. November vil mange nordmenn besøke de tre landene for å heie frem de norske jentene.
Combating gender-based violence in Albania
Gender-based violence is an issue of serious concern in Albania, as in other Western Balkan countries.
Training Writers and Journalists to Contribute Towards Reducing Gender Inequality in North Macedonia
Akin to most of the Western Balkan countries, gender stereotypes are deeply rooted in North Macedonian society, and are further reflected in the response to gender based violence in all its forms.
A Step Forward Towards Combating Sexual Violence in Montenegro
According to UN Women, one in three women worldwide experience physical or sexual violence, mostly by an intimate partner.
Bečej Youth Association Success Story - No woman is alone
Since 2019, the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women has been implementing the project “Improving Safety of Women in Serbia (ISWS)”, with the support of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Raising awareness on economic violence in Kosovo
Despite a solid legal framework, domestic violence and discrimination against women still remain a serious issue in Kosovo.
A story from a woman’s life - Svetlana Bogdanović
My name is Svetlana Bogdanović. I come from the wonderful village of Trbušani, situated in the plains surrounding Čačak, where I have lived all my life. I was born on October 9, 1966, in Čačak. My zodiac sign is Libra.