31.12.2019: Press Release: Country Progress Regarding the Issue of Violence against Women and Domestic Violence

Over the past 12 months, the Republic of North Macedonia received recommendations from three international instruments based on the prepared and delivered reports on the progress and the reforms achieved by the country in the respective area of reporting; however, this report will focus on the progress in the area of gender-based violence. Namely, recommendations […]


25.12.2019: To what extent does the new law on social protection help and support women victims of domestic and gender-based violence?

On 25 December 2019 година, the National Network to End Violence against Women and Domestic Violence presented the analysis on the topic “The Gender Aspect and the Victims of Gender-Based Violence in the Law on Social Protection in the Republic of North Macedonia”. The event took place in the Civil Society Resource Center – Skopje. The […]


06.12.2019: Panel Discussion: Sexual Harassment of Women Doing Recreational Sport

On 06.12.2019 in Public Room, the National Network to End Violence against Women and Domestic Violence in partnership with TAKT-Skopje held a panel discussion on the topic “Sexual Harassment of Women Doing Recreational Sport”.                 The panelists at the event included: Bojana Jovanovska – marathon runner, Edina Musa – basketball player and fitness instructor, Elena […]


05.12.2019: Panel Discussion on the Topic: “Draft-Model for Reintegration and Rehabilitation of Women-Victims of Domestic Violence”

On 5 December 2019, the National Network to End Violence against Women and Domestic Violence in partnership with the Civil Initiative “KLEA” – Bitola and the women`s organizations (forums and unions) within political parties held a panel discussion on the topic “Draft-Model for Reintegration and Rehabilitation of Women-Victims of Domestic Violence” in the premises of […]


04.12.2019: Panel Discussion – Promotion of the Centers for Referral of Victims of Sexual Violence and the Standards for Their Operation

As a result of the ratification of the Istanbul Convention, three Centers for Referral of Victims of Sexual Violence – in Skopje, Tetovo and Kumanovo have been opened in the country. What remains to be done is increase the visibility of these centers and inform victims about the procedures in the field after a case […]


25.11.2019: Panel discussion on the topic: “Draft-Model for Reintegration and Rehabilitation of Women-Victims of Domestic Violence”

The National Network to End Violence against Women and Domestic Violence in partnership with the Women’s Parliamentarian Club of the Assembly of the Republic of North Macedonia organized a panel discussion on the topic “Draft-Model for Reintegration and Rehabilitation of Women-Victims of Domestic Violence” held today, 25 November – the International Day for Elimination of […]


10.07.2019: Networking of women`s CSOs in Macedonia

From 1-4 July 2019 in Hotel Izgrev, Struga, a networking meeting for women`s civil society organizations active on the territory of the Republic of North Macedonia was held in the organization of Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation and the Organization of Women of Sveti Nikole. The aim of the meeting was to bring organizations together, to […]


01.06.2019: CSSP positive messaging campaign on the Istanbul Convention launches in the Western Balkans and Turkey

The campaign was organized by Serbian CSSP partner Fenomena and WAVE. Its aim was to educate constituents from the Western Balkans and Turkey about the positive effects which the Istanbul Convention could have on their lives once it is implemented in their country. All CSSP partners are taking part, meaning that the campaign will reach […]


20.05.2019: OSCE promoted the results from the Survey of the wellbeing and safety of women

The OSCE – Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe in the period 2017-2019 conducted a survey on the well-being and safety of women in partnership with the European Institute for Gender Equality, the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights and the UN Development Program. The main objective of the survey was to provide comparative […]


08.03.2019: “Is 8th March Happy?” – Third March to Mark the International Women`s Day

“We are marching today to show that our patience has reached a boiling point! We are marching today to show that we will no longer tolerate empty rhetoric! We won`t accept declaratory commitment for gender equality, nor laws and strategies for which no budget is allocated and which don`t lead towards achievement of real changes […]


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