Through the project "Improved social cohesion in Niš and Southern Serbia through reducing the risk of human trafficking and increasing the resilience of street children", the Center for Girls is supported by EU Pro Plus.
Center for Girls signed a contract with UN WOMEN on the occasion of the approved project called "SAFE - Empowered girls and women to feel safer in public spaces in Niš" within the grant scheme "Support to Local Initiatives to Prevent and Improve Response to VAWG in Public Spaces".
Activists of the Center for Girls in Niš held a street action on the occasion of the femicide that happened in Vršac, when a father killed his 3 years old daughter, drowning her in a bucket of water, after the Center for Social Work allowed him to see the child, even though the girl's mother reported domestic violence several times in the past.
Over two thousand people saw the street action of the Center for Girls, held on the occasion of the European Day against Human Trafficking.
Around twenty activists and friends of the Center for Girls held a street action called "Rape is a crime that must be taken seriously in Serbia", on the occasion of a sensationalistic interview with a convicted rapist published by Informer, but also on the occasion of all other unethical reporting by print and online media about sexual violence.