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The project "South Baltic area - Violence Free Zone" is answering a need for cooperation and exchange of good practices on ways of opposing and preventing domestic violence against women between civil society organizations, local governments and institutions like police or crisis intervention centers. The main goal of the project is to declare and create "Violence against women free zone" in the South Baltic Region. Our main goal is to make our region friendlier and safer for women. The countries from this region have different historical, social or political background but there is the common problem, namely - Violence Against Women.

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The South Baltic Programme

The South Baltic Programme it is the so-called multilateral cross-border cooperation programme created on the maritime border between the southern Baltic Sea regions. In practical terms the South Baltic Programme is a completely new cooperation area where cross-border cooperation structures have not been set at a full scale yet.
The South Baltic Programme is characterised by geographically large area encompassing regions from five European Union Members States. The overall objective of the South Baltic Cross- border Cooperation Programme 2007 – 2013 is to strengthen the sustainable development of the South Baltic area through joint actions increasing its competitiveness and enhancing integration among people and institutions.
The South Baltic Cross-border Co-operation Programme is co-financed by European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The European Union contribution to the Programme is 60 735 659 EUR. Total budget of programme is 75 342 210 EUR.
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Project Part-financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund)
Marshal of Pomorskie Voivodeship
Honorable patron the Marshal of Pomorskie Voivodeship
Mayor of the Gdansk City
Honorable Patron the Mayor of the Gdansk City