What Covid-19 Taught Us about Domestic Violence

During the pandemic, the number of domestic violence cases increased worldwide. In many countries, this situation has highlighted the structural problems of institutions that should protect victims. But it has also been a catalyst for innovation and creative problem-solving among victims’ NGOs. Three representatives of organizations working with victims of domestic violence in Armenia, the Czech Republic, and Ukraine told the Prague Civil Society Center about the situation and changing their approaches to providing assistance to victims of domestic violence.

The Prague Civil Society Center works to strengthen and support civil society in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

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