Sunday, October 22, 2017

a) Institutional support

Seminar: Domestic violence and institutional support

This seminar is accredited (Decision of the Ministry of Labor, Employment, Veteran and Social Affairs RS no. 153-01-9 / 36 / 14-20 of 12.09.2014, valid until March 2017)

Authors of the program:

Tanja Ignjatović and Ivana Slavković
Contact person: Tanja Ignjatović
Autonomous Women's Centre, Belgrade, Tiršova 5a
011-2687-190
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Program's objectives:

  • Gaining knowledge of theoretical concepts, types, mechanisms, dynamics, distribution and consequences of domestic violence;
  • Understanding the basic principles in dealing with the phenomenon of violence;
  • The adoption of of standard processes and procedures in work;
  • Acquiring skills in identifying violence, estimating the degree of threat, emergency planning, documenting violence and keeping records;
  • Introduction to responsibilities in the actions of the relevant services;
  • Recognizing and understanding the specific mechanisms of power and control.

Program duration: two working days (12 working hours)

Maximum number of participants: 30

Quality control (external):

  • 20.1.2010. Republic Institute for Social Protection (no. 2685/10), the mean score of observation 4.89
  • 18.2.2011. Provincial Institute for Social Protection (No.320/2011), the mean score of observation 4.95

b) Organizing case conference

Seminar: Organizing case conference for protection of domestic violence

This seminar is accredited (Decision of the Ministry of Labor, Employment, Veteran and Social Affairs RS no. 153-01-9 / 33 / 14-20 of 12.09.2014, valid until March 2017)

Authors of the program:

Tanja Ignjatović and Ivana Slavković
Contact person: Tanja Ignjatović
Autonomous Women's Centre, Belgrade, Tiršova 5a
011-2687-190
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Program's objectives:

  • Integrating previous knowledge and experience in the field of protection against domestic violence and motivate CSW professional workers to organize case conferences;
  • Increasing the understanding of the importance of multi-sectoral planning and implementation of measures to protect victims of domestic violence;
  • Increasing the skills for organizing case conference (implementing regulations, processes and procedures).

Program duration: one working day (6 working hours)

Maximum number of participants: 30

Quality control (external):

  • 7.4.2011. Provincial Institute for Social Protection (no. 80/2011), the mean score of observation 4.34
  • 20.5.2013. Provincial Institute for Social Protection (no. 51/2013), the mean score of observation 4.90

c) Local community action

Seminar: Coordinated action of the local community
in prevention and protection from domestic violence

This seminar is accredited (Decision of the Ministry of Labor, Employment, Veteran and Social Affairs RS no. 153-01-9 / 45 / 14-20 of 12.09.2014, valid until March 2017)

Authors of the program:

Tanja Ignjatović
Contact person: Tanja Ignjatović
Autonomous Women's Centre, Belgrade, Tiršova 5a
011-2687-190
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Program's objectives:

  • Introduction to concepts of empowerment of victims, a partnership of community work and examples of "good practices";
  • Introduction to content of general and special protocols for actions of services in the prevention of violence against women and domestic violence;
  • Understanding the basic assumptions and elements of the coordination and the establishment of the initial agreement between key stakeholders in the community.

Program duration: one working day (6 working hours)

Maximum number of participants: 30

Quality control (external):

  • 9.11.2010. Provincial Institute for Social Protection (no. 82/2010), the mean score of observation 4.95
  • 1.6.2011. Provincial Institute for Social Protection (no. 100/2011), the mean score of observation 4.95