The project was implemented in cooperation of Autonomous Women's Center, Women's Center Uzice, Women in Black (Belgrade) and supported by the Ministry of Health of Serbia.
The project “From good intentions to good practice - creating good practices in the work with domestic violence”, was carried out in the period from December 2003 to January 2005, in cooperation with the City Center for Social Work Belgrade and nine departments, as well as partner organizations and with financial support from the Social Innovation Fund, the Ministry of social Affairs. It is the continuation of the activities that the Autonomous Women's Centre started in 2002. with the project “Life without fear - cooperation with institutions in the establishment of mechanisms for monitoring and intervention in the field of domestic violence”, in order to begin to build a model of coordinated actions of local communities in the prevention and resolution the problem of domestic violence. The positive results of this cooperation have conditioned its continuation, partners were directly involved in the planning and implementation of activities during the project and in the decision-making process on all amendments and supplements.
The research survey of the Autonomous Women's Center “Violence against women and its health consequences” was conducted in 2003, on a sample of 1,456 women, in Belgrade. Research is an integral part of the WHO study on violence against women, conducted in several countries of the world, and presents the first study of this type in Serbia.
Project For a life without fear - cooperation with institutions in the establishment of mechanisms for monitoring and intervention in domestic violence was implemented during 2002/03, in cooperation with the City Centre for Social Work and Civic Internal Affairs, with the support of the Ministry of Social Affairs and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Serbia and with financial support of the European Commission Delegation to Serbia and Montenegro and the Netherlands Embassy.
Healthcare education and support for women in Serbia is a project that was completed in 2001 and 2002. With this project, we have enabled women in 12 towns in Serbia to become more familiar with their health and affect others about the importance of health care for women through seminars, workshops and public forums.