December

2005

Program area: Support to women’s initiatives

Grants approved - December 2005. 
Number of grants:

1. “SOS for women and children victims of violence”, Vlasotince 

  • CSD: 249.800,00
  • Name of the project: “Listen, inform, implement”
  • Project goal : Promotion of women’s human rights and development of women’s initiatives for social and political changes

2. “Bibija” – Roma women’s center, Belgrade

  • CSD: 238.500,00
  • Name of the project: Institutional support
  • Project goal: To make it possible stability of work on already started and planned activities of “Bibija”, with an aim of accomplishment of Roma women rights and improvement of their social status in Serbia

3. Women’s club “Hera”, Backa Topola

  • CSD: 250.000,00
  • Name of the project: “ Women vote”
  • Project goal: Lobbing for starting the Commission for Gender Equality in Backa Topola community and production of strategic plan for its work.

4. Women at work for “Queer Belgrade collective”, Belgrade 

  • CSD: 30.000,00
  • Name of the project: “Queer Belgrade II: Parties and Politics”
  • Project goal: This festival is a rare opportunity for comparing the situations and contrasts in which the marginalized people from different locations live in.

5. “Esperanca”, Novi Sad 

  • CSD: 250.000,00
  • Name of the project: “ House of peace”
  • Project goal: Institutional support make it possible for “Esperanca” to accomplish its mission which is based on providing psycho-social help to imperiled groups of people, on their empowerment and education, on anti-trafficking activities, promotion of human rights and peace movements.

6. Women’s center Leskovac 

  • CSD: 247.920,00
  • Name of the project: “ Women’s resistance to patriarchate, peace development”
  • “Supervision for help to helpers”
  • Project goal: To raise awareness about influence of patriarchate on women’s lives, to induce the women’s solidarity and taking responsibility with active engagement, promotion of non-violence and peace politics; quality raising of help which, experts and volunteers engaged on SOS hotline, are providing.

7. Roma women association “Osvit”, Nis

  • CSD: 250.000,00
  • Name of the project: SOS hotline for Roma women and children victims of violence
  • Project goal: Connection between victims of violence and institutions which are able to help in a case of domestic violence, providing support to victims of violence. For Roma women who are not speaking Serbian language and traditionally are silent about domestic violence, this is the chance to speak openly about their problems on mother tongue.

8. Autonomous women’s center, Belgrade

  • CSD: 65.283,00
  • Name of the project: Preparing activities for “16 days of activism against violence against women”
  • Project goal: To call public attention on problem of domestic violence, to support decision makers to openly work against one of the biggest social problem with all appropriate legal regulations and mechanisms.