The mission of the Observatory is to be a critical voice of civil society organizations dealing with the issue of violence against women, policies and practices protecting women in Serbia, providing recommendations and guidance and indicating lines of action in this area.
The objective of the Observatory is to monitor, report and take actions that affect the improvement of state policies, as well as the pace and direction of the process of combating and eliminating violence against women in Serbia through a comprehensive conceptual and thematic analysis of the situation in combating violence against women.
Contribution of a grouping of Feminist and Human Rights Organizations to the work of The Hague Conference on Private International Law regarding legal issues concerning international surrogacy conventions
Comments on Preliminary Document No 3 B of March 2014 and Preliminary Document No 3A of February 2015
Violence Against Women Leads to Homelessness and Continues During HomelessnessViolence Against Women Leads to Homelessness and Continues During Homelessness
European Federation of National Organisations Working with the Homeless
Press Release – 25th November 2014
- 31 January 2017
Two women were murdered by close family members during the weekend in Serbia, and media headlines and articles are once again full of sensationalist photos and statements. Increasing sales of newspapers and profiteering on murders of women is just another link in the chain of abuse.
- 27 January 2017
The women’s march against fascism held on January 21st on the streets of Belgrade was one of 673 sister marches held around the world on the same day, amassing a total of approximately 4 million people. Somewhat more than 200 people marched on the streets of Belgrade. The protest started at Pioneer Park and ended in front of St. Sava’s Temple where activists gave speeches.
- 15 December 2016
The acquittal of Radomir Pocuca opens up the possibility for new unhindered attacks by any violent group on civil society organizations defending human rights, organizations that remind society of the crimes committed in our name, and that fight against discrimination of marginalized groups. This ruling confirms that the deep breakdown of social values is reflected in the work of institutions, including independent bodies.
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