Lovisa Fhager Havdelin has been a member of the board since the beginning of the Wonsa foundation.
Vi are now happy to announce that Lovisa has been awarded the UN supporter of the year 2015 and also selected to participate in the 2016 Anna Lindh Academy‘s leadership programs on human rights.
Gita Rajan and Hermine Holm have been appointed Change Leaders in the competition Reach for Change, which is organized by Kinnevik together with Metro and Tele2 amongst others.
The prize is both intellectual and financial capital – which gives us the ability to be persistent and can keep on offering help and treatment to those who have been sexually abused – in the waiting for public funding so everyone who needs it can receive help.
Thanks to Reach for Change!
On this Friday we were invited to a hearing from the 2014 official committee inquiring the Swedish law for sexual crimes. The committee is proposing a new bill, including an important upgrade of the existing law.
One of the most important parts of the new bill will be that the law is taking a stand on the perspective of voluntariness. If you do not make sure that the other person is actively expressing his/her voluntarily participation in a sexual act, then you might be committing a sexual crime.
This is a very important step for the Swedish law, and Wonsa is looking forward to the upcoming complete proposals from the committee in 2016.
Thanks to fantastic Knowit we continue making the world a better place!
Wonsa is growing fast and Knowit donates 500 working hours, starting this fall 2015, to create a professional infrastructure for Wonsa. That way we can secure the quality of our administrative systems, increase the effectiveness at the clinic and in our research. In addition information becomes more accessible to our co-workers and volunteers.
Thank you so much!
We are proud to announce that Wonsa have been assigned a Swedish 90-account for fundraising, which is a quality assurance for all of our donors.
Our new 90-account is: 90 04 82-1
As of the agreement for 90-accounts, all of Wonsas fundraising will further on be under supervision by the authority “Svensk Insamlingskontroll”.
The Rag doll day is an annual event of paying attention to all the children who suffer abuse in Sweden and organized by Atsub in cooperation with Rsci and Tyfri. Wonsa are of course in place with our own table.
Place: “Kungsträdgården” the park near NK at Hamngatan
Music, speeches and political issues from the scene.
Read more about the event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/836742773070521/
Fundraising Foundation Wonsa and limited company Wonsa were registered in November 2014. In April 2015, we have given 80 trauma treatments, trained 80 doctors, conducted two therapist training programs and established two research collaboration with Karolinska Institutet. None of this would have been possible without all the wonderful people, companies and organizations who have helped and supported along the way.