Presentation on theme: "Lubuskie Association for Women,,BABA’’ Association,,BABA’’ leads Crime Victims’ Assistance Centre Zielona Góra, Stary Rynek 17 (wejście od ul. Lisowskiego)"— Presentation transcript:
Lubuskie Association for Women,,BABA’’ Association,,BABA’’ leads Crime Victims’ Assistance Centre Zielona Góra, Stary Rynek 17 (wejście od ul. Lisowskiego) www.baba.org.plwww.baba.org.pl, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org@baba.org.pl Tel. 68 4549232, 68 4571045, kom. 692 064 061 skype: baba.stowarzyszenie
BABA strongly believes that respect to the rights of women and equal opportunities, particularly equality for women are vital for the existance of democratic and active society. As Consequently,,BABA’’ suppors women in every kind of activity and counteracts discrimination, sexism and domestic and sexual violence. Our activity: We publish free legal and medical reference books, leaflets, posters We organize lectures, trainings and workshops, support groups and self-help groups We participate in initiatives and actions that promote women and point out problems connected with their every-day life We provide free legal and psychological help We lead Crime Victims’ Assistance Centre in Zielona Góra and its eleven agencies located in lubuskie county; we provide financal help for the victims of the crime
Self-praise Awards 2007 - Distinction in the competition of the Governor - the category: Promoting local environment 2008 - BONO HOMINI AWARD from Radio West for assistance to victims of violence 2009 - Award of the Minister of Labour and Social Policy for outstanding and innovative solutions to social assistance - programs of legal help for victims of domestic and sexual violence 2011 – Gold Cross of Merit for the construction of civil society.
We have been providing free legal (35 tys. people) and psychological (7 tys. people) advice for 14 years. We organize lectures, trainings and workshops(22 tys. people) We participate in initiatives and actions directed to victims of the crime –,, 16 days against discrimination’’ Under the auspieces of Ministry of Justice, we participate in,, Week for the Victims of Crime’’
Szkolimy osoby pomagające ofiarom przemocy i przestępstw Organizujemy staże, praktyki i szkolenia, publikujemy informatory dla osób pomagającym dorosłym i dzieciom
We train people who want to help other people We organize theoretical and practical training, we publish guides for volunteers
We have published 260 000 legal brochures available throughout the whole county dedicated to victims of domestic violence, sexual violence, violations of workers' rights, separation of parents, child care, information on how to behave in court during the hearing.
In 2008, under the auspices of Ministry of Justice, Crime Victims' Assistance Network was created. Crime Victims’ Assistance Center came into being in every county. The centers became the places where the victims could get cost free legal and psychological advice and support. Centers were conducted by local Non-Governmental Organizations, because NGOs had experience in supporting victims of the crime, fully qualified personnel and unquestionable reputation. Functioning of Crime Victims' Assistance Network was possible thanks to national resources and Prevention of and Fight against Crime Programme from European Commission BABA led the Centre in Zielona Góra and in 3 cities Located in lubuskie county.
Origin of Crime Victims and Post-penitentiary Assistance Fund in 2012 enable continuation of help for victims of the crime. Financial penalties paid by convicted people (based on legally valid sentence) - called penalty assessment - were credited to account of the institution chosen by the judge. Since 2013 penalty assessments have been credited to account of Crime Victims and Post-penitentiary Assistance Fund and Ministry of Justice, as the administer, divides the money between Crime Victims’ Assistance Centers for their activities, based on the results of the official competition. Crime Victims Assistance Network was extended by another organization, so that help was getting to the needy throughout the country. Baba continues to resort in Zielona Gora and 11 towns in the region of Lubuskie county.
Legal and psychological support have been enriched by psychoterapy and the help of qualified first contact person. Victims of crime can, thanks to the help easier access track procedure, have full insight into their situation at every stage of the proceedings. For those who want to remain anonymous we offer advice provided by e-mail. For legal questions our volunteer lawyer has been corresponding for 13 years. Job seekers can benefit from the guidance counselor - 2 volunteers For those in need of long-term we support the proposal to participate in a support group conducted by a therapist - as a volunteer
A significant change to the previous model of aid - is material assistance. The specificity of domestic violence – material dependence of the victim from the offender requires more than psychological and legal support. That's why most financial help goes to victims of domestic violence.
Financial support includes: - subsidies for rent or financing of temporary shelter, - vouchers for the purchase of food and clothing, footwear and household cleaning and personal hygiene, - costs of forensic examination and medical - covering the cost of education (including textbooks), -financing cost of trips to our Association The basic conditions of the aid are: -Crime victimization - Created scarcity and the need must be the result of the crime
Stowarzyszenie BABA prowadzi w Zielonej Górze Ośrodek Pomocy Ofiarom Przestępstw oraz jego 11 filii na terenie województwa lubuskiego, udzielając różnych form pomocy ok. 2000 osób rocznie. Na te działania otrzymujemy dodatkowo środki z Miasta Zielona Góra. Działania osób zatrudnionych w ramach Projektu uzupełniane są pracą wolontariuszy. W ramach projektu np. pracuje 7 prawniczek, jako wolontariusze pracują kolejne 4 osoby.
Association,,BABA’’ leads Crime Victims’ Assistance center in Zielona Góra and its eleven agencies located in lubuskie county giving help to about 2000 people annually. These activities receive additional funds from the City of Zielona Gora. The activities of people employed in the project are complimented by the work of volunteers. The project includes work of 7 lawyers, as volunteers work another 4 people.