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2014 Workshop: ”Recognizing and Treatment of Victims of Domestic Violence“

The team of Crisis Center “Hope” in collaboration with Re-Medika on 6th and 7th of May realized two educative workshops intended for the medical personnel of Re-Medika. The aim was strengthening of the medical personnel capacities for dealing with cases of violence against women and domestic violence. 

 

2014 Cooperation with JL Moreno

In February 2014, Crisis Center “Hope” established partnership with the Association for Psychodrama experience and training JL Moreno for provision of psychological support in direction of personal growth and development of women victims of domestic violence. The group for support is facilitated by trained professionals that will work under supervision and was officially established in May 2014.

 

2014 Improvement of the quality of services for women victims of domestic violence

With the financial support from the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany we will address the problem of functionality and security of the premises that Crisis Centre “Hope” uses for education and sheltering of women victims of domestic violence. Namely, renovation of the sanitary facilities will be done, placement of metal bars on the windows and metal door as well as painting of the Centre.

The project will be realized in a period of two months, from 25.08.2014 until 24.10.2014 in partnership with the Municipailty of Gazi Baba. 

 

2014 "My body is my choice and my freedom" - stop sexual violence against girls

On 26.11.2014 year, Crisis Center "Hope" as one of the planned activities during the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence, held street action. The action was held on the square in Avtokomanda, at 12 pm, with the slogan "My body is my choice and my freedom" - stop sexual violence against girls.

The action took place simultaneously in several countries in the region: Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania and Montenegro.

With this action we want to send a message to all women and girls, that they have right to freedom and protection on their own body, and that nobody has the right to limit it or dispute it. 

 

2014 "16 guys start an urban revolution" 

"16 guys start an urban revolution" is a campaign of Crisis Center "Hope", in which sixteen young men from different professions, known to the general public through their work, dedication and style. These guys are an example for a good behavior, and are sending messages for violence against women.

16 guys, 16 Days of Activism! They all had a different message, but they all agreed that the fight against violence against women should be done 365 days a year!

 

Ognen Uzunovski- Ogi (owner of the "Izlet" Bar and “Sector” night club) started the revolution, supported the campaign and said: "With 7 billion on the planet, if you come across a situation to beat a woman you are a real idiot“.

Photo credit: Aleksandar Stojkovski.

 

Martin Vidoevski (Manager and fitness instructor at Sports Center "Jane Sandanski") started the revolution, supported the campaign and said: "The meaning of the man and the man’s power is to protect the woman he loves, not to prove his manhood by battering her!" .

Photo credit: Aleksandar Stojkovski.

 

Gorjan Gjorgjiev (Artist) started the revolution, supported the campaign and said: "If we let ourselves to have a truth that isn’t in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit but in the name of the father, the mother and the baby, the world would be better place for women.”

Photo credit: Aleksandar Stojkovski.

 

Goran Micic (Tattoo Artist at MG tattoo studio) started the revolution, supported the campaign and said: "I do not know what’s wrong with  men who beat women, for me the woman is created for love."

Photo credit: Aleksandar Stojkovski.

 

Vlatko Vasilj (Social Media Manager at Element PR) started the revolution, supported the campaign and said: "The strength of a man isn’t measured in his strong punches, but in how gentle his touch is."

Photo credit: Aleksandar Stojkovski

 

Ognen Brazhanski (Kayaker and personal coach in "Fitness Revolution") started the revolution, supported the campaign and said: "Spend your energy in a different way."

Photo credit: Aleksandar Stojkovski

 

Ivo Antov (Producer, author and creative director of the film festival for young people "Giffoni") started the revolution, supported the campaign and said: "A man should fight for his family, not fight with the family. By refusing to hit someone, I refuse to hate them. "

Photo credit: Aleksandar Stojkovski

 

Ficka (Manager at Concept 37) started the revolution, supported the campaign and said: "There are so many beautiful things to do to a woman ..."

Photo credit: Aleksandar Stojkovski

 

Goce SAF (Producer and DJ) started the revolution, supported the campaign and said: "You don’t batter a woman. NEVER!”

Photo credit: Aleksandar Stojkovski

 

Borche (guitarist the band "Superhiks") started the revolution, supported the campaign and said: "You should stroke your woman."

Photo credit: Aleksandar Stojkovski

 

Trendo (Editor off.net.mk) started the revolution, supported the campaign and said: "She is a beautiful flower, the woman is a flying bird, the one does not respect women is stupid."

Photo credit: Aleksandar Stojkovski

 

Marko Noveski (TV host) started the revolution, supported the campaign and said: "Women are for loving, save your force for swinging your carpets".

Photo credit: Aleksandar Stojkovski

 

Tadijan Debalovski (Owner of the club "Block 20") started the revolution, supported the campaign and said: "The only thing that distinguishes us from animals is the common sense - use it."

Photo credit: Aleksandar Stojkovski

 

Vladimir Peshkov (Hip hop artist) started the revolution, supported the campaign and said: "Slap yourself to feel how much it hurts!"

Photo credit: Aleksandar Stojkovski

 

Tomislav Todorovski (Member of the management team at Pull & Bear) started the revolution, supported the campaign and said: "I don’t know why the victim shaming is still a thing for the women-victims. In my opinion the humiliation in this case should be on the man. And I think that such men need therapy. "

Photo credit: Aleksandar Stojkovski

 

Marko Gjurgjic (Producer of "Behind the Corner") started the revolution, supported the campaign and said: "Do not do to women that you do not want to be done to your mother, sister or daughter.  My own mother. "

Photo credit: Aleksandar Stojkovski

The idea for this campaign was developed and implemented by Dragana Manevska, coordinator of the S.O.S line and Ivana Kostovska, education care and free legal aid coordinator; both part of the team of the Crisis Center "Hope". The photos were taken by Aleksandar Stojkovski.

 

2014 Visit of the Ambassador of Federative Republic of Germany

On 10th of November 2014th, PhD. Christine D. Althauser, the Ambassador of Federative Republic of Germany visited the Crisis Center “Hope”.

The reviewing of the renovated facilities was a part of the final event of the project – “Improving the quality of the services for women victims of domestic violence”. The Major of Municipality of Gazi Baba, Toni Trajkovski also took part in this final event.

During her visit, the Ambassador got to know better the work of our organization, she met the volunteers who provide direct support services and she was informed about the challenges we are facing during the protection of the victims of the domestic violence. Also, we shared experiences and results of the realized project supported by the Embassy of the F.R Germany.

 

2014 Gratitude towards EVN Macedonia

Crisis Center “Hope” was one of the organizations that took part in the humanitarian episode of the prize show “Happy Family”, that aired on 03.11.2014, supported by EVN Macedonia.

First place was won by the family that was competing for our organization. The sum of 61.500 MKD, was donated from EVN Macedonia to the Crisis Center “Hope”.

The fund will be used for obtaining food, clothes, medicaments, hygienic products and transport for the women and children - victims of domestic violence who are sheltered in our crisis center, as well for maintenance of the National SOS line for victims of domestic violence.    

 

2014 Bilateral Seminar to Combat Violence against Women with Disabilities

On 3rd of December 2014, the International Day of People with Disabilities, the staff of Crisis Center “Hope” participated in the Bilateral Seminar to Combat Violence Against Women with Disabilities. The seminar was supported by the Austrian Ministry for Labor, Social Affairs and Consumer Protection, represented by Attaché MA. Harald Fugger.

Besides our NGO, other NGOs like Polio Plus and ESE, from the Macedonian Ministry of Labor and Social Policy and the expert Claudia Sprenger from the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights participated as well.

The participants throughout discussions and group work made brief analysis on the situation in Macedonia, identified the main challenges and defined future activities and steps for improvement of the current state regarding protection of women with disabilities who experienced violence.

The expert Claudia Sprenger presented the main activities and results within the project – “Access to specialized victim support services for women with disabilities who have experienced violence" implemented in four countries in Europe (Austria, Germany, Great Britain and Iceland). 

 

2014 Humanitarian action for support of the victims of domestic violence

Оn 13th and 14th of December in the City Mall Carrefour market a humanitarian action was organized by the Crisis Center “Hope”. During this action citizens were donating food and hygiene products. On Saturday (13.12.2014) was organized the second street action, this time in front of the City Mall, under the motto “My Body is My Choice and My Freedom - Stop the Sexual Violence against Girls”. The street action was aimed forraising awareness about this form of violence against women.

The collected products were donated to two women-victims of domestic violence, who urgently needed this kind of aid. These women are users of our services and are unemployed, single mothers.

The stuff of Crisis Center “Hope” would like to express its gratitude to everyone that donated and took part in the street action.   

 

2014 Educational Workshop in Municipality of Gazi Baba - Recognition and Dealing with Sexual Violence against Women

On 17.12.2014, Crisis Center “Hope” conducted an educative workshop as a part of the project - “No Guilt or Shame! Ask for Help, Report Sexual Violence”, whose general aim was to make the problem of sexual violence against women visible.

Participants in this workshop were members of the psychological-pedagogy services of the primary schools on the territory of Municipality of Gazi Baba and representatives of the Commission for Gender Equality within this municipality.

The emphasized issues were sexual harassment among students and among teachers and students. More precisely, the workshop was consistent of the following sessions: defining of these forms of sexual violence, sharing experiences from the last year project whose target group were the high school students, and, discussion and sharing of positive experiences in preventing and tackling with this kind of sexual violence.        

 
 
 
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2009
2009 “Strengthening National Capacities to Prevent Domestic Violence” Aim of the project: - Decreasing the level of family violence in the Republic of Macedonia through increasing the ...
2010
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2011
  2011 Activity conducted in partnership with V-day Macedonia 2011 Activists from the movement V-day which are licensed for Macedonia organized the performance “Vaginal ...
2012
2012  Help, Support and Sheltering of Victims of Domestic Violence The Ministry of Labor and Social Policy, in a period of 5 months, supported the service provision that our center ...
2013
2013 Training - "Quality Standards and Challenges in Different Types of Counseling on Violence against Women, Girls and Children - Especially for Victims of Sexual Violence” On 01/10/2013 and ...
2014
2014 Workshop: ”Recognizing and Treatment of Victims of Domestic Violence“ The team of Crisis Center “Hope” in collaboration with Re-Medika on 6th and 7th of May realized two educative ...
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2014/2015 “Help, support and sheltering of victims of domestic violence” The Ministry for labor and social affairs once again supported the services that we provide for victims of domestic ...
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