Little Home Clinic (PDF, 52 pages), a popularly written textbook offering legal advice and explanations related to terms such as mobbing and discrimination, is a result of the project. Its purpose is to help the victims of mobbing to recognize their situation and be acquainted with institutions that are available to them, and to offer knowledge about the prevention and contribute to the development of zero tolerance to mobbing.
NVO Clinic for the Prevention of Discrimination and Mobbing is the Center for Women’s Studies’ project which aims to acquire and spread knowledge about the concepts, forms and consequences of discrimination and mobbing and the legal framework for their prevention. The project consists of educational activities, the public event Open Door Clinic, and the production of a textbook with the aim of raising public awareness on the said issues. In addition, the goal is to develop the participants’ skills of critical analysis of the existing regulations from a gender perspective and skills of communication with potential victims of discrimination and mobbing.
Thirty participants of the educational program, the module NVO Clinic for the Prevention of Discrimination and Mobbing, headed by Snježana Vasiljević, Ph.D., and the workshop From Victim to Subject or Acting Your Voice Out, headed by Dubravka Crnojević-Carić, Ph.D., will have a chance to apply their newly acquired knowledge by volunteering in one of the women’s or human rights organizations.
The project was managed by Jasminka Pešut, and conducted in the period from January to December 2010, with financial support from the National Foundation for Civil Society Development.