The EMWF advocates for helpline services to provide support, advice, information, and crisis counselling as well as legal support and human security for women and girls in the Euro-Mediterranean countries suffering from gender violence, discrimination and domestic abuse. We thank all the organisations that are providing such services for women, girls and vulnerable groups.
Here’s an up-to-date list of the helpline numbers concerning the countries of the Union for the Mediterranean.
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ALBANIA: +355 422 3340 (Counselling Line for Women and Girls)
AUSTRIA: 0800 222 555 (Women’s Helpline against Violence)
BOSNIA and HERZEGOVINA:
CZECH REPUBLIC: 116 006
EGYPT: +20 103 0059956
GERMANY: 08000 116 016 (National Women’s Helpline)
HUNGARY: 06 80 505 101 /+36 30 98 25 469 (NaNE Helpline for Battered Women and Children)
IRELAND: 1800 341 900 (National Freephone Helpline)
ITALY: 15 22 (Numero Gratuito Antiviolenza e Antistalking)
JORDAN: 065 675 729
LIBYA: Not determined yet (UfM observer status)
LITHUANIA: 800 66 366 (Pagalbos Moterims Linija - Women’s Line)
MALTA: 179 (Appogg Agency Supportline 179)
MAURITANIA: Not determined yet
MONACO: Not determined yet
MONTENEGRO: 080 111 111 (SOS Helpline for Victims of Violence)
The NETHERLANDS: 0800 2000 (Veilig Thuis victims of domestic violence and child abuse)
PALESTINE: 180 080 7060
Specific hotlines for each Palestinian Governorate:
PORTUGAL: 800 202 148 (Serviço de Informação às Vitimas de Violéncia Doméstica)
SLOVAKIA: 0800 212 212 (National Line for Women Surviving Violence)
SLOVENIA: 080 11 55 (SOS Helpline for Women and Children – Victims of Violence)
SWEDEN: 020 50 50 50
SYRIA: Not determined yet
This platform is part of the Axis 1 "Strengthening the capacities of equality actors" of the Priority Solidarity Fund "Women for the future in the Mediterranean" funded by the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs and led by the European Institute of the Mediterranean, in the framework of the project “Developing Women's Empowerment” labelled by the Union for the Mediterranean.