Invitation to the promotion of the web site “Safe Zone”


Flowers Square, Zagreb

Women’s Room – Center for Sexual Rights is organizing on Saturday,March 10, 2012 from 12-14h promotion of the web site “Safe Zone” at the Flowers Market in Zagreb as part of a national campaign against violence against women “In three clicks choose a life free of violence”, and we would like to invite you to join us and contribute to this event.

Promotion features:
  • musical program
  • numerous public figures who support this campaign
  • delicacies that will be prepared for this occasion by last year’sfinalists of the MasterChef
  • T-shirts designed by a famous Croatian fashion designer Ivica Skoko
  • promotion hosts: Sonja Šarunić and Irina Čulinović

All proceeds from the sale of T-shirts and snacks prepared by MasterChefs will be used for the media campaign “In three clicks choose a life free of violence”, which is implemented as a public campaign for 0 kunas.

More about the campaign “In three clicks choose a life free of violence”:

The core of the campaign “In three clicks choose a life free of violence” is promoting the website “Safe Zone” (, which was officially launched on February 22, 2012, and is intended for women victims of violence, as well as institutions and civil society organizations that work on this very important social issue. The main objectives are to assist women who are victims of any form of violence in finding help and support by including in one place all the necessary information on reporting violence, or for the decision to exit the violence, as well as to improve the exchange of information between the various bodies and institutions with civil society organizations.

Campaign objectives:

  • Informing citizens about the existence of a unique website “Safe Zone” for women victims of violence
  • Raising public awareness about the issue of violence against women

Launching of the website a “Safe Zone” is financially supported by the Ministry of Social Policy and Youth and, and the City of Zagreb – Office for Social Welfare and People with Disabilities, which is a partner in the project.