December 9, Celebration of Women’s Human Rights

Reconstruction Women’s Fund Announces:

After the promotion of 5 years of work in 5 towns in Serbia: Belgrade, Novi Sad, Niš, Vranje and Leskovac, we are inviting you one more time to celebrate and associate with Reconstruction Women’s Fund!

RWFund in Novi Sad

Dears,
The Reconstruction Women’s Fund would be honored by your presence, on Wednesday 21st of October 2009, from 4 till 6pm in the marvelous space of Radio Café 021 in Novi Sad, Svetozara Miletica Street, no. 45.

16 Days in Serbia Campaign 2008

The campaign was based on 60th anniversary of Universal Declaration of Human Rights. From that starting point we reminded the public on the comprehensive platform of feminists in Serbia which was defined and practiced since early nineties: against the war, nationalism, racism, all kinds of discrimination and violence against women.

16 Days in Serbia Campaign 2007

Campaign “16 days” 

Women’s groups in Belgrade symbolically joined the international “16 Days” campaign against violence against women at its beginning in 1991. It has been developed qualitatively and quantitatively on the national level and through media since 2002, with Autonomous Women’s Center as the coordinating organization. RWFund since its establishment in 2004 confirmed partnership More

16 Days in Serbia Campaign 2006

The campaign “16 Days of Activism against Violence against Women” in Serbia was organized by Autonomous Women’s Center in collaboration with Women at Work, Reconstruction Women’s Fund and over 50 women’s NGOs and activists in 40 cities in Serbia: Nis, Prijepolje, Vrbas, Kula, Srbobran, Backi Petrovac, Backa Topola, Pozarevac, Sombor, Subotica, Zrenjanin, Indjija, Grocka, Gornji More

16 Days in Serbia Campaign 2005

16 Days in Serbia  Campaign 2005 – promotion of the new law on protective measures:

Autonomous Women’s Center, Women at Work, Network of SOS helplines and Reconstruction Women’s Fund organized the campaign “16 days of activism” in Serbia in the period November 25-December 10, 2005. This year, the campaign has been dedicated to promotion of newly adopted More

16 Days in Serbia Campaign 2004

November 25 – December 10, 2004

16 days campaign 2004 in Serbia reflected the research done by Health program of Autonomous Women’s Center in Belgrade – that every fourth woman in Serbia survived physical violence, every fifth had serious injuries, and 78% of women never address any institution. The slogan of the campaign: “They don’t More