Podgorica rises again and dances against violence against women!Feb 12, 2014
What: For the second year in a row Podgorica will be a part of global family that will dance for ending violence against women. The event will be organized by the Safe Women's House, a group of tireless, hard-working activists and UNDP Montenegro. This global initiative 1 Billion Rising takes place in more than 200 countries worldwide. In Montenegro, representatives of the Government, EU Ambassador, UN Resident Coordinator and their colleagues, citizens and representatives of non-governmental organizations, businessmen, diplomats, politicians and students will dance to the campaign anthem "Break the Chain".
The Facebook page containing details of the campaign in Montenegro
The official dance coreography. A professional dance instructor will also join participants at the main square.
If you wish to take a look how the campaign look last year, please visit the following links:
Podgorica: video and photo
Support the campaign, come to join us in dancing against violence, and please send your photo to Ms. Dena Dervanović through email@example.com for the “Million faces” Facebook wall.
Where: Republic Square, Podgorica
When: Friday, 14 February 2014 at noon
The „One Billion Rising“ campaign is a global independent movement that aims to clearly raise voice against the violence against women and girls all over the world, because: one in three women in the world is raped or beaten in her lifetime, which makes the figure of one billion women who suffer violence. It's frightening. Violence is a broad social problem that is often silent. Violence against women takes place in various spheres of life and includes a variety of violations of social, civil, political, economic and cultural rights of women.
The aim of the campaign is that the whole world, Montenegro included, see our common strength and solidarity that knows no geographical boundaries. So, come, dance, stand up and demand an end to violence against women!
Kaća Đuričković, UNDP Montenegro Gender Programme Manager
Tel: ++382 20 234 577, Mob: ++382 69 071 045, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org