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“THE NGO ADVOCACY STRATEGY AND EXPERIENCE STRENGTHEN  SHELTER HOUSE SERVICE IN        MONGOLIA” M.Munkhsaruul- program man...
Presentation contentrief history of the first shelter house, MongoliaThe advocacy effort for changingShelter house service...
I. The brief history the   first shelter house
1995:The National Center Against Violence(NCAV) was established and set the firstshelter with 4 beds.t the moment, there i...
NCAV operates 6 programsemporary shelter house programhild protection programocal community development programesource cen...
NCAV Main Activitiesemporary sheltering serviceegal counseling and assistancehild protection serviceocial work serviceotli...
II. SHELTER HOUSESERVICES MONGOLIA
Shelter house service statistic data
III. THE ADVOCACY EFFORT       FOR CHANGING        LEGISLATION
End of 1990 and social stereotype      about domestic violencet was hard to began to work which thecommunist regime propag...
End of 1990 and social stereotype on domestic                violence in societys domestic violence was hidden and not add...
IV. THE ADVOCACY  STRATEGY FOR   LEGISLATION
ur advocacy’s first step was acceptance of alllevel of society that domestic violence isprevalent in Mongolian society, de...
iloting a sample and good practice at our service.hen, introducing practice at the mechanism of thestate serviceinally pol...
Some advocacy action and eventshe survivors conferenceost card campaign6 days activism against gender based violencease ba...
POST CARD CAMPAIGN
POSTCARD DESIGN- END VAW
THE SURVIVORS CONFERENCE
MEN CAN STOP VIOLENCE-commercial
V. Achievements
2011-2012t the moment, NCAV is working toreform the DV law which was adopted in2004.
VI. Lesson learnt
dvocacy must be ongoing and sustainableobbying to allocate shelter cost at statebudgetommunity based survivors support gro...
GOs should ensure safety of their own staffmembers in addition to the safety of clients andeven should advocate towards su...
hank you for attention.
Theme 4-1_Munkhsaruul Mijiddorj (Mongolia)_NGO Advocacy Strategy & Experience Strengthen Shelter House in Mongolia
Theme 4-1_Munkhsaruul Mijiddorj (Mongolia)_NGO Advocacy Strategy & Experience Strengthen Shelter House in Mongolia
Theme 4-1_Munkhsaruul Mijiddorj (Mongolia)_NGO Advocacy Strategy & Experience Strengthen Shelter House in Mongolia
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Theme 4-1_Munkhsaruul Mijiddorj (Mongolia)_NGO Advocacy Strategy & Experience Strengthen Shelter House in Mongolia

  1. 1. “THE NGO ADVOCACY STRATEGY AND EXPERIENCE STRENGTHEN SHELTER HOUSE SERVICE IN MONGOLIA” M.Munkhsaruul- program manager National Center Against Violence Mongolia
  2. 2. Presentation contentrief history of the first shelter house, MongoliaThe advocacy effort for changingShelter house services Mongoliadvocacy effortdvocacy strategy
  3. 3. I. The brief history the first shelter house
  4. 4. 1995:The National Center Against Violence(NCAV) was established and set the firstshelter with 4 beds.t the moment, there is no shelter house fromgovernment;CAV conducts nationwide operation throughits branches located in 16 provinces of thecountry and 5 shelters.
  5. 5. NCAV operates 6 programsemporary shelter house programhild protection programocal community development programesource center programegal reform program
  6. 6. NCAV Main Activitiesemporary sheltering serviceegal counseling and assistancehild protection serviceocial work serviceotline counseling
  7. 7. II. SHELTER HOUSESERVICES MONGOLIA
  8. 8. Shelter house service statistic data
  9. 9. III. THE ADVOCACY EFFORT FOR CHANGING LEGISLATION
  10. 10. End of 1990 and social stereotype about domestic violencet was hard to began to work which thecommunist regime propaganda “Men andwomen are equal in all senses’’ has been stillexisting in society since socialist regime.here was a strong criticism that a group ofpeople was ‘importing’ this ‘foreign’ issue.
  11. 11. End of 1990 and social stereotype on domestic violence in societys domestic violence was hidden and not addressed, therewere no state policies and legal regulation regardingdomestic violence in place and no social service for victimsin place.here was no legal system, mechanism protecting victimand witness and no social service system for them.
  12. 12. IV. THE ADVOCACY STRATEGY FOR LEGISLATION
  13. 13. ur advocacy’s first step was acceptance of alllevel of society that domestic violence isprevalent in Mongolian society, demanding aparticular solution and intervention.hen, we looked the entry point from thegovernment existing policies.e aimed to expand our advocacy step by stepfrom a single word, sentence, or provision andchapter to an independent legislation basedon existing state policies, and laws.
  14. 14. iloting a sample and good practice at our service.hen, introducing practice at the mechanism of thestate serviceinally policy and legal reform by reflecting the practicein formal legislations.hese steps were slow and painful process, mostimportantly, we ensured that our advocacy steps wereconsistent, determined, continues and progressivethanks to multifaceted strategies and partnership
  15. 15. Some advocacy action and eventshe survivors conferenceost card campaign6 days activism against gender based violencease based lobbyedia campaign-documentary
  16. 16. POST CARD CAMPAIGN
  17. 17. POSTCARD DESIGN- END VAW
  18. 18. THE SURVIVORS CONFERENCE
  19. 19. MEN CAN STOP VIOLENCE-commercial
  20. 20. V. Achievements
  21. 21. 2011-2012t the moment, NCAV is working toreform the DV law which was adopted in2004.
  22. 22. VI. Lesson learnt
  23. 23. dvocacy must be ongoing and sustainableobbying to allocate shelter cost at statebudgetommunity based survivors support group ismore helpful empower victims of VAW
  24. 24. GOs should ensure safety of their own staffmembers in addition to the safety of clients andeven should advocate towards such a protectionccording to NCAV emergency experience, wedeveloped a safety code for shelter staffs;helter staff always needs capacity building, andskill building support;
  25. 25. hank you for attention.

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