IPA Serbia organise concert in aid of fighting violence against women

01 Apr 2018


In an effort to highlight the fight against violence against women, the International Police Association in Serbia organised an IPA concert at the National Theatre in Belgrade on 13 March 2018, with the month of March dedicated to women in Serbia. Tickets to the concert were free, and all funds collected were donated to the ‘Counselling Centre against Domestic Violence’. The President of the International Police Association of Serbia, Ph.serbia1

D. Nebojša Pantelić, and the coordinator of the Safe Houses, Vesna Stanojević, spoke to the audience during the event.

On this occasion, a choir of future policemen - participants of the ‘Centre for basic police training’ of the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Serbia and the choir of the high school ‘Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj’ made their first appearance and were accompanied by the artistic ensemble of the Ministry of Defence ‘Stanislav Binicki’.

Guests at the concert included well-known artists such as Danka Stojiljkovic, Milan Topalovic, Renato Henc and many others. In addition, the ceremony was attended by representatives of the Government of the Republic of Serbia, religious communities, embassies and other prominent figures.

For photos and a short video of the concert, please follow the links:

www.facebook.com/pg/ipa.beograd/photos ; www.facebook.com/ipa.beograd/videos

In addition, here is a link to the TV-broadcast ‘Hram’ of the concert: www.youtube.com/IPA Serbia Concert