Sweden will set up a help line to help them overcome their shame.

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 Sweden will set up a help line to help them overcome their shame.


It is reported that despite the advanced development of Sweden, the problem of domestic violence in the country is surprisingly high. The Help Line is a two-year pilot project organized by the local government in Stockholm, Sweden, and Mall, Swedens third largest city. The service will be formally implemented in January 2019.

Reported that although the secret hotline for victims of domestic violence has been very common, but to provide help to perpetrators is still a new way. Project organizers believe that this can help them overcome their shame, make up for their mistakes and stop hurting their loved ones.

Christina Eriksson, the project leader, said there was no obvious way to reach the perpetrators, but the project could change that.

Trained social workers and psychologists will advise and counsel those who want to stop harming their partners. They will also help those who want to beat their loved ones and help them avoid violence.

Project organizers believe that some perpetrators know what they are doing and want to change their ways, but they are reluctant to really seek help. In an interview with local media, Andrea Hansen, a social worker at the Malmo Crisis Center, said the hotline would send a signal to such people and slightly reduce the shame so that those in need would be willing to seek help. Although Sweden has become synonymous with advanced policies, a report by the European Union shows that Sweden ranks fourth in the 28 member states of the European Union and that half of Swedish women surveyed have experienced physical or sexual violence. This phenomenon is nicknamed the Nordic Paradox because Swedens close neighbors Norway, Finland and Denmark have similar situations. The index of gender equality in these countries is very high, but the domestic violence rate for women is also very high. Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to the world wide web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Ji Guo Jie _NBJ11143

Although Sweden has become synonymous with advanced policies, a report by the European Union shows that Sweden ranks fourth in the 28 member states of the European Union and that half of Swedish women surveyed have experienced physical or sexual violence. This phenomenon is nicknamed the Nordic Paradox because Swedens close neighbors Norway, Finland and Denmark have similar situations. The index of gender equality in these countries is very high, but the domestic violence rate for women is also very high.