In what situations can the MARTA Centre provide help and support?
If you are in an abusive relationship or have experienced violence - physical, emotional, sexual, economic, violent control or harassment. Threatening can also be a sign of violence.
If your family is in a crisis situation that puts you at risk of losing custody of your children.
If you have been the victim of sexual exploitation, labor exploitation, sham marriages or other forms of human trafficking.
If you are relationship dependent.
NGO VAITER in collaboration with MARTA Centre will provide trainings about domestic violence for Estonian specialists
MARTA Centre in collaboration with leading partner NGO VAITER (Estonia) is participating in a project “Raising the awareness of Estonian specialists about domestic violence” (Project nr: 2014-2021.1.05.20-0029; duration: 01.09.2021 - 28.02.2023). The aim of the project is to reduce domestic violence and gender-based...2022. gada 7. janvāris Read more
Training course Peace with me in Romania!
Our partners in Romania invites youth workers to apply to a training course on violence and conflict prevention in youth work! When and where: 09-17 October, Oradea, RomaniaPeace with me is a 7-day training course which aims to support a network of youth workers that promote a preventive approach on conflicts and violence among...2021. gada 28. septembris Read more
Mind The Gap: Report About The Needs, Support and Integration of Women Third Country Nationals, Victims of Human Trafficking For The Purpose of Sexual Exploitation
Within the framework of the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, the #COALESCE partnership, in which we partake in, presents the Mind the Gap Reports ! These reports are a needs analysis for the integration of female migrant victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation in 6 different countries: Cyprus, Germany, Ireland, Italy,...2021. gada 30. jūlijs Read more
Re-Group Intellectual Output 1: the international training course
Year 2021 has started with the first activity of the project Re-GROUP. The international training course took place in Zoom platform on 15th-17th and 30th -31st of January 2021, uniting 33 youth workers, educators, social workers, librarians, and other professionals whose daily target group is youth and adolescents. Aim of the training...2021. gada 1. aprīlis Read more
MARTA Centre takes part in the Nordic Days in Rezekne
In September 2020, as a part of the Nordic Days in Rēzekne, MARTA Center organized two workshops at ARPC “Zeimuļs”. On September 24, the workshop gathered 18 students of Rēzekne University of Technology with the aim: to promote understanding of aspects of gender [in]equality, it’s aspects, causes and consequences in...2020. gada 29. septembris Read more
Juridiskās palīdzības nodrošināšana no vardarbības cietušām sievietēm
Projekta nosaukums: “Juridiskās palīdzības nodrošināšana no vardarbības cietušām sievietēm”Ilgums: 01.02.2022. – 12.12.2022.Finansējums: Labklājības ministrija no valsts budžeta līdzekļiem projektuProjekta īstenotājs: Biedrība “Centrs MARTA” Centrs MARTA vidēji nedēļā...Read more
Projekts "A Safe Place"
Projekta nosaukums: “A Safe Place” Ilgums: 01.09.2021. – 01.10.2022. Finansējums: projektu atbalsta Baltijas jūras valstu padome Vadošais partneris: Active Youth Association (Lietuva) Partneri: Kompetenta Unga (Zviedrija), Centrs MARTA (Latvija), Active Women’s Association (Polija) Projekta "A Safe...Read more
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Every year, the MARTA Centre provides free consultations to more than 300 Latvian women and their children who have been victims of violence.
All of the support and money donated to the MARTA Centre is used for a charitable purpose - to provide services to Latvian women in difficulty and their children.