The model of integrated data collection and analysis of data on gender-based violence and domestic violence, which was developed in cooperation with UNFPA North Macedonia and the British Embassy in Skopje, was presented today in Skopje by the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy.
The presentation was conducted by the Minister of Labor and Social Policy, Jovanka Trenchevska, at the meeting with the National Coordinating Body for the Implementation of the Istanbul Convention for the Prevention and Combating of Violence against Women and Domestic Violence, the OSCE Skopje Mission and civil society representatives.
Photo credit: MLSP of RSM
This integrated multi-institutional data collection system will establish a systematic and standardized method of data management. The Model itself will include data related to the registry of services available in the country, cases of violence, and other relevant data related to gender-based violence at the state level. This Model is exceptionally important since this is the first time that all data related to gender-based violence in the country will be cross-institutionally integrated into one place.