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Monaco has always been proactive in providing assistance to the aims and objectives of Monaco Says No To Violence. With this website and brochure as resource centres, we are able to centralize all relevant information so that those at risk can receive assistance as quickly as possible that is best tailored to their needs.

Since 2016, the government of Monaco has taken part in this day, by organizing a conference and by illuminating the Prince's Palace and the Parliament (Conseil National) in Orange. 

In 2017, the Monaco government held a conference on 23 November to discuss intimate partner violence with Dr Marie France Hirigoyen. 

In 2017, Monaco based organisation SheCanHeCan's 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. 

Press coverage 

Domestic Violence: "She Can He Can" informs you

Vibeke Brask Thomsen, Director of "She Can He Can", talks about her associations role in the fight against violence against women this November. 

Interview is in French, watch here 

Violence against women before the court.

In Monaco,as in many other countries worldwide, the criminal justice system sentences men each year acts for domestic violence.

Article is written in French, read here

Domestic Violence: Getting Out of Hell

Domestic Violence can be verbal, psychological, sexual or physical ... Since 2011, the Monegasque authorities have been fighting against this social issue, which is still a taboo for many, and one that too affects those living in Monaco.

Article is written in French, read here


Violence against women; free conference this Thursday in Monaco

Recent reports show that women are target of all types of aggression and harassment. A public lecture will be held this Thursday at 6 pm in Monao to discuss this social issue.

Article is written in French, read here

The Principality unites for the International Day Against Violence against Women November 25, 2016

On November 25, 2016, the Principality of Monaco will join the International Day Against Violence against Women. This initiative, supported by the United Nations, is an opportunity to present the actions put in place by the State and various associations in the Principality to fight against Domestic Violence.

The article is written in French, read here