The Civil Society Gala 2018 took place under the slogan “The Unknown Queen of the Civil Society“. In the communication campaign build under the sign of the Centenary of the Great Union, a series of today’s feminine personalities were celebrated, who continue to believe in the principles of the Queen Mary through their work in NGOs and charitable foundations.
Nine feminime personalities, representing the associative sector, are the image of the Civil Society Gala’s campaign this year: Simona Voicescu – Asociația Necuvinte, Daniela Buzducea – Fundația World Vision România, Marina Dragu – Grupul de Inițiativă „Lacul Tei”, Cristina Grigore – Fundația Părinți din România, Ștefania Popp – Junior Achievement Romania, Silvia Asandi – Fundația Romanian Angel Appeal, Mirela Nemțanu – Fundația Hospice Casa Speranței, Cristina Buja – Fundația Principesa Margareta a României și Raluca Tănase – Asociația de Medicină pentru Sănătate Publică.
The campaign was created by: Gavrilă & Asociaţii Photo Credit: Alex Gâlmeanu
During the ceremony of the XVIth edition of the Civil Society Gala held at the Romanian Athenaeum, the Necuvinte Association was awarded for the second consecutive year in the category “Defense of Individual/ Collective Rights” for the National “Broken Wings” campaign implemented together with the Romanian Police, financially supported by Kaufland Romania.
Within the national campaign, 810,500 preventive materials were printed and distributed, the Safety Guide for Victims of Family Violence and Posters, distributed to all 3.537 national police stations in both rural and urban areas. In the implementation of the campaign were involved 11.600 policemen in 9.000 urban activities and 17.300 activities in rural areas. The materials reached 5.000 pre-university education units, 12.697 companies, 124 nongovernmental organisations and 977 public institutions were involved in public debates at the national level.
The “Broken Wings” caravan, part of the national campaign, reached 15 counties in the country where awareness raising events were organised, attended by local public institutions with attributions in the field and not only (health, education, justice ), non-governmental organisations, the political environment, academia and the press. The caravan was attended by 441 participants from 136 local public institutions and 94 non-governmental organizations and more than 150 media outlets.
The campaign had a total of 3.000.000 direct and indirect beneficiaries, and the total cost of the project was only 77.000 Euro.