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March 7th 2016

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February 3rd 2016

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Happy New Year 2016

December 29th 2015

The SOS Hotline For Women and Children Victims of Violence Niksic wish happiness and success in the New Year 2016 to all our collaborators and beneficiaries.

Minister for Human and Minority Rights visited SOS Hotline Niksic

December 28th 2015

Minister for Human and Minority Rights, Mr. Suad Numanovic, with his collaborators, on Human Rights Day, on 10 December, visited the shelter of the SOS Hotline for Women and Children Victims of Violence Niksic. Representatives of the Ministry met with the actual questions on the issue subject of domestic violence. On this occasion, the shelter of the SOS Hotline Niksic was received the donation by the Ministry for Human and Minority Rights.

The Compaign “16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence” Was Ended with Public Lecture in Niksic

December 11th 2015

The public lecture in Niksic, on December the 10th, was ended the compaign “16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence”. Public lecture ” The Cooperation and Intervention- Stop Domestic Violence” was held in three towns in Montenegro: Podgorica, Niksic and Pljevlja. The action was organized by the NGOs: SOS Hotline for Women and Children Victims of Violence Niksic, Open Center Bona Fide Pljevlja, Center for Women`s Rights Podgorica and Women`s Safe House Podgorica, in cooperation with the Ministry for Human and Minority Rights and Security Centers from Podgorica, Niksic and Pljevlja.

Public lecture was designed and implemented through unannounced performance, a scene of violence was played on the town`s public squares. Citizens were directly challenged to react, to tolerate or not tolerate violence in the streets.

Depending on the town to town the reactions of citizens were different.

With this action the consciousness of the people were awakened. It was demonstrated an indicator how to act if you notice violence in your surroundings – call the police and National Free SOS Helpline.