Working meeting and the Steering Committee of all ASAP project partners was held in Zagreb
„On February 18th and 19th, 2020, a working meeting and the Steering Committee of all ASAP project partners was held at the Palace Hotel in Zagreb, organized by Dom Duga-Zagreb, a city institution for victims of domestic violence and the City of Zagreb.
The purpose of the meeting was to define further, final steps of the project, and the organization of various dissemination activities and events with the aim to present project goals to the general public abd other important stakeholders, as well as the organization of the trainings for professionals who work with perpetrators and victims of domestic violence. The ultimate goal is to connect organizations working with perpetrators of violence and organizations working with victims of violence, strengthen their mutual cooperation through common operational protocols, and show the competent institutions, through good practices, the strengths and the importance of this cooperation.“
We congratulate all women on International Women’s Day.
When is the hardest you are strong, worthy, and raise up your male and female children in the spirit of equality!
Statement by the Gender Equality Ombudsperson on the International Women’s Day
After ten years of our shelter for children and adult victims of domestic violence, we can identify some trends in the characteristics and types of violence, the duration of the same as well as the demographic characteristics of the victims who used our services.
On that occasion, we created a video spot where we would like to invite all victims to stay silent and not behind the closed doors of their homes.
Look at the spot and remind yourself of the facts mentioned in it!
Seek help personally or empower someone close to you who is in need of help and protection!
Video – Family is (no) safe place!
We also prepared an evaluation study at this time, which is available to you for a PPP review on the following link: EVALUATION OF WORK AT 10 YEARS
If you are a victim of violence and want to protect yourself from the perpetrator by physical departure from the common living space, call the police 192 or call the appropriate social welfare center at your place of residence.
They will let you know how to get on temporary accommodation with us where you will get professional help and protection.
- If you are exposed to domestic violence
If you feel alone and unknowing about this problem
Come with confidence
Come on for support
Come through the information and free advice
Call 0800 8898
Monday – Wednesday – Friday (when working days)
Working hours: 16.30 – 19.30
PSYCHOSOCIAL TREATMENT OF PERPETRATORS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
It is intended for persons who have been subjected to a judicial measure of psychosocial treatment of perpetrators of domestic violence based on the Law on Protection from Domestic Violence or the Criminal Code. The competent court or institution indicating the execution of the measure informs the person with the obligation to report to our institution.
You can make a phone call on a working day Monday to Wednesday from 14:00 to 20:00, and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 09:00 to 15:00 on the phone:
01 4590 560