Ending Gender Based Violence in Monaco
Every year since 2013, SheCanHeCan marks the International Day to End Violence against Women on 25 November.
Since 2016, the government of Monaco has taken part in this day, by organising a conference and by illuminating the Prince's Palace and the Parliament (Conseil National) in Orange.
Our aim is to inform victims, stakeholders and the general population about the options available for victims of domestic violence in Monaco.
Monaco has always been proactive in providing assistance and the aims of the Monaco Says No To Violence website and brochure are to be a resource-center and to centralise all relevant information so that victims can receive assistance as quickly as possible and tailored to their needs.
For more information, please visit: www.monacosaysnotoviolence.org
Vibeke Brask Thomsen, Didier Gamerdinger, Céline Cottalorda, and Kasey Robinson
SheCanHeCan Director Vibeke Brask Thomsen and Project Manager Kasey Robinson were given the chance to interview M. Didier Gamerdinger, Minister for Health and Social Affairs in Monaco, to ask him questions about his views on ending domestic violence and the importance of an official day to mark the fight against domestic violence in Monaco.
The full interview can be found below in English and French
SheCanHeCan is proud to be a part of the Monaco Government's Committee for the
Promotion and Protection of Women's Rights.
Men and boys: Join us to raise your voice!
Since 2020, SheCanHeCan and Fight Aids Monaco have been organising a photo campaign involving men and boys who want to raise their voice against domestic violence.
This year again, in 2022, we call on all men and boys to join us in Fontvieille on Thursday 24 November 2022 - get your picture taken by a professional photographer, holding a message saying NO to violence against women and take a pledge against violence. Spread the message and see you there!
Click the link below to find out more about the outreach services available in Monaco.