The Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine presented a new educational series on the Diia.Digital Education platform "Online tools for combating domestic violence".
Participants in the educational series were: Daniel Salem, Maria Yefrosinina, Tayanna, Kateryna Pavlychenko, Oleksandr Fatsevych, Aliona Gudkova, Lesia Matvieieva, Oleksii Biloshytsky, Olena Dashutina.
During the presentation of the educational series, Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation for European Integration Valeria Ionan told about the purpose of the educational series. "From the educational series on the platform Diia.Digital Education you can learn about what domestic violence is, what kind of violence exists, who to turn to for help, laws and police powers, planning your personal safety, how to help victims of domestic violence," stressed Valeria Ionan.
Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Kateryna Pavlichenko stressed that the educational series is a qualitatively new product that allows not only to raise the awareness of the population about what domestic violence is and how to act, but also teaches the population the latest tools that can help.
Deputy Head of the National Police of Ukraine Oleksandr Fatsevych stressed that the educational series provides an opportunity to create trustful communication between the population and the police.
Ruslan Katz, Chargé d'Affaires of Canada in Ukraine, stressed that the pandemic had created challenges for victims of domestic violence. "For the victims of domestic violence, home is far from a safe place, but a place of nightmares," said Ruslan Katz.
The educational series is available for free at the link: https://osvita.diia.gov.ua/courses/countering-domestic-violence
The educational series was created with the support of the Canadian-Ukrainian Police Development Project (CUPDP) funded by the Government of Canada.