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EU Project - "WHOSEFVA - Working with Healthcare Organizations to Support Elderly Female Victims of Abuse" (2017-2018)
18.05.2017

Elder abuse is a worldwide concern that touches on human rights, gender equality, domestic violence and population ageing. The feminization of aging and its consequences is troubling, particularly given that older women as a group experience unique and compounding disadvantages. Older women face triple jeopardy in that they are part of three different marginalized groups: they are elderly, abused, and female.1 Gender discrimination across the lifespan therefore has a cumulative effective, and neglect, abuse and violence across the lifespan results in a high lifetime rate of suffering from abuse for older women.

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Prevention of Violence – Precondition for Women’s Economic Empowerment
23.01.2015

NGO leaders, experts of gender equality and experts of development cooperation from Latvia, Sweden, Finland, Italy, Estonia, Lithuania, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan will take part in an international workshop/round table “Prevention of Gender Based Violence – Precondition for Women’s Economic Empowerment) held on the 3rd of March in Riga where 3 key topics of gender based violence: early marriages, violence in the family and human trafficking for sexual exploitation will be discussed. As a result recommendations are prepared and submitted to EU and UN for post-millennial development goals and activities for 2015 specifically focusing on prevention of gender-based violence as a guarantee for economic independence of women.

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Capacity building for Civil Society and Local Public Administration Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan
02.10.2014

Aim: to increase the capacity of NGOs and local public administration in Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan to solve social problems.

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Safety Compass: Signposting Ways to Escape Trafficking
15.09.2014

Project Aims: To raise the awareness of the latest forms of human trafficking, as well as the risks and recruiting tendencies on the internet and social networks; To reduce the demand for services and products provided by victims of human trafficking and to facilitate fair trade; To reduce the offer of human trafficking, by promoting a more intense inter-institutional cooperation of the public, the private and the non-governmental sector and drawing up of exit/support programmes for victims; To develop international referral mechanisms for the support and protection of victims of human trafficking between Estonia, Latvia and Great Britain.

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