“The sexual abuse of children is not something we should accept or even think that we can’t stop. It can be prevented.” The Prevent Child Sexual Abuse Programme (Prevent CSA) builds on what we have learned during two decades of working with partners and reflects extensive consultations with other leading thinkers.
In the Nørrebro neighbourhood of Copenhagen, women gather and cook together, but this is not your average cooking school. At Ishtar, this group of women and their community-style cooking serves a purpose: to bring people together.
The Women’s Center Trebenje in Bosnia and Herzegovina supports children and women victims of domestic violence, promotes the economic empowerment of socially vulnerable women and advocates to improve women’s position in society. While domestic violence affects millions of women around the world, there are stories of resilience everywhere. “It’s very important to become economically independent because only economically independent women have the possibility to be strong, to leave violent families, or to stay outside a violent family,” says Ljiljana Cickovic from the Women’s Center Trebenje.