Romanian Women of Courage 2017 – US Embassy in Bucharest
The US Embassy awarded on May 11, 2017, the “Romanian Women of Courage 2017 Award”, won by the president of the Necuvinte Association.
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Changing Law 217/2003 Reward Awarded
At the National Liberal Women Gala that took place on February 2, 2016, Simona Voicescu, the Chairwoman of Necuvinte Association, was rewarded for the extraordinary success in the introduction in the Romanian legislation of the provision regarding the restriction order which is to be issued within 72 hours. The request for the legislative change was made with the legal support of the Țuca Zbârcea & Asociaţii law firm and politically supported by the National Liberal Party, and was adopted and published in the Official Gazette in December, 2015.
2015 Woman of the Year Gala – Avantaje Magazine
The Chairwoman of Necuvinte Association, Simona Voicescu, was nominated for the Woman of the Year Award for the category of Advocacy and Violence Prevention against Women. Click here for more information on how you can vote!
Indiscret in Oltenia
On February 1, Simona Voicescu, the Chairwoman of Necuvinte Association, participated in the TV show “La Maruta” broadcast on ProTV, and discussed safety measures that a person, victim of domestic violence, can take in order to get out from an abusive relationship.
The ”Domestic violence, from law to reality” Debate
Necuvinte Association attended a debate that focused mainly on analyzing emotional abuse, since this is a delicate and underrated subject in Romania.
The Restriction Order Will Be Issued Within 72 Hours
This was an action initiated by Necuvinte Association in partnership with the Țuca Zbârcea & Asociații law firm, and supported by Mrs. Valeria Schelean, Chamber of Deputies Officer.
Let’s Talk about Domestic Violence, September 14, 2015
Observator, Antena 1 – What Do Romanians See as an Act of Violence
The interview for Observatory Antena 1, August 5th, 2015, following a case of domestic violence that turned into attempted murder.
Men Can Also Be Victims of Domestic Violence
Our mission is to help every person that is a victim of domestic violence: women, children and men.
The Libertatea newspaper contacted us for an article on men who are in an abusive relationship. The result can be found here.
Changing the Penal Code
With the support of the Țuca Zbarcea & Asociații Law firm, we submitted our proposal to modify the Criminal Code on March 18. For more details and the stage of this proposal, please check the Senate’s online platform by searching the following number: 272/2015.
In March, Necuvinte Association and the partners of the national campaign initiated by the Romanian Police “Stand Up and Run” participated in the TV show hosted by Teo Trandafir on Kanal D. There they discussed about violence and abuse against women and the purpose of this campaign.
They Also Have the Right to Live
Those who were near Universitate Square today were able to witness unique scenes of domestic violence! Read more
Campaign Against Domestic Violence
One in four women is the victim of domestic abuse at least once in her life! Every year, in Romania, around 200 people lose their lives because of domestic violence, out of which 20 are children. Read more
Photographic Project. Hundred of People Die Every Year Because of Domestic Violence
Every 10 hours, a woman is beaten in Romania. The statistics only shows those women who asked for help and went to the hospital and to the police section. Other thousands remain unknown. Read more
Daily Problems: Criminality Prevention Week
The subject of today’s show “Issues Up-To-Date” is “Criminality Prevention Week—manifestation against domestic violence, juvenile delinquency, juvenile victimization, theft, and crimes by violence”. Read more
Our First Participation in Bucharest International Marathon
Video: Maraton n24 05. 10.2014
Gabriele—”A woman who loves her home doesn’t leave.”
Statement given by Simona Voicescu, the founder of Necuvinte Association for Smart Woman in connection with the case of Gabriela. About how the system should work to protect women that are victims of domestic violence.