They support us and we support them!
Major organizations working against domestic violence and abuse have embraced the social message of the film and gladly accepted to support the project. Contributing to their work and in collaboration with them, we aim to implement campaigns that will "travel together" along with the film at screenings across Greece.
The European Network of Women is a women's grassroots organization, operating since 1983, based on the work of volunteers. Its purpose is the support of human rights, and particularly those of women and children that are socially excluded.
The European Network of Women is a founding member of several other European networks such as the EWL (European Women's Lobby) and ENAR (European Network Against Racism).
The European Network of Women occupies itself with the following objectives:
The "Woman's Refuge" is an NGO supported by the voluntary work of a group of young people with genuine humanitarian concern and vision to combat all forms of abuse of women, without distinctions based on nationality, religion and socio-economic status.
The services provided by the Refuge do not place a financial burden on women: they are free. The scientific staff of the Refuge consists of social workers, lawyers, psychologists, and physicians of various specialties who provide social and psychological support, legal counseling and medical care.
One of the goals of the Refuge is the founding of a modern Shelter for Abused Women. The operating costs of the center are covered by membership fees, donations from supporters, corporate sponsorships and revenue gathered from events.
The European Anti-Violence Network (EAVN), is a non-profit, non-governmental organization, founded in November 2006, with its headquarters based in Athens, Greece. The Network’s activities include the design and implementation of research, educational or other scientific activities aimed at primary, secondary or tertiary prevention of violence against women by means of the investigation of and/or confronting of social or other factors that are directly or indirectly related to the phenomenon of intimate partner violence. More specifically, the Network carries out its mission through activities such as:
Arts & Education Group
A brief presentation...
The Arts & Education Group "Shedia stin Poli" is a volunteer based, non-profit organization. Created in Thessaloniki in 1999 with the participation of young educators, artists, animators, etc, it initially operated informally and by March 2007 "Shedia stin poli" assumed the legal status of a non-profit company.
The goals of the group are:
In this context, team members implement original volunteer programs and interventions for children as well as raising awareness in the local community. We travel to schools, orphanages, hospitals, institutions, safe-houses, neighborhoods with Roma children, in remote areas, etc.. We work with agencies, organizations, educational and artistic groups in Greece and abroad. More than 70 young volunteers are actively involved in our activities.
We’re an international NGO, working with over 15 million people in 45 countries for a world free from poverty and injustice. We help people use their own power to fight poverty and injustice. Because that’s how real change happens – for families, for communities, for whole societies. Find out how you can get involved: www.actionaid.org, www.actionaid.gr