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One Billion Rising – Our Vision of Justice

in Romania, justice very much depends on how people look at a victim of violence. What the police officer thinks of women. What the judge thinks of marriage and family life.  What the member of parliament feels about women’s rights. What the victim herself thinks about her chances to be heard. And  this kind of views and beliefs are built early on, in childhood and teen age. Once they are built it’s hard to make significant shifts. Therefore we think justice, as every effort to eliminate violence,  starts with young peopole. The best investment in change is at their level, so that the future police officers, judges and MPs will be different.  So that the future women will demand justice.Sibiu_Romania_highschool_by A.L.E.G.

More Than a Slap

This is an interview with A.L.E.G. members Camelia Proca, Eniko Gall and Irina Costache that was published in Dilema Veche on 06.02.2014. It addresses the issue of gender based violence in Romania and shares the experience of the A.L.E.G. staff visiting Stigamot organization in Iceland in the framework of a bilateral project supported by the NGO Fund of the EEA and Norway Grants.

A.L.E.G. at the New York UN headquarters to promote women’s rights as well as sexual and reproductive health and rights for all in the new development agenda

In the timeframe 03-07 February 2014, A.L.E.G. member Irina Costache is attending a working group on inequalities and women’s rights in the context of the Millenium Development Goals review process, organized by UN in New York. Irina’s mission, as delegate of the ASTRA network, is to promote  women’s rights as well as sexual and reproductive health and rights for all in the new development agenda and her participation is funded by International Women’s Health Coalition.