04 November

- 25 November

NO MORE VICTIMS – how to recognize different forms of gender-based violence

When people talk about violence against women, they mainly think of physical and psychological forms, but gender-based violence can also be related to economic aspects: Women who experience this kind of discrimination generally do not realize that tight economic control by men already configures a form of violence.

Economic violence is a crime. Women who are more financially aware can recognize it and possibly address it through help outside the family circle.

The Museum of Saving, in collaboration with Stati Generali delle Donne and CUG INPS, is offering a series of four online appointments to promote the debate on the topic of gender-based violence, with a focus on economic violence.


Calendar of appointments “NO MORE VICTIMS”


Friday, November 4, 6 p.m.


Rediscovering one’s own VALUE. Building or recovering SELF-CONFIDENCE. Getting rid of the sense of SHAME caused by situations of violence or distress resulting from one’s family situation. Overcoming CULTURAL CONDITIONS that prevent independent and satisfying growth for women.

How to participate: participation is free at the link https://bit.ly/FormNonPiùVittime_app1

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Friday, November 11, 6 p.m.


Understanding the importance of ECONOMIC INDEPENDENCE and WORK for a truly FREE life and to prevent difficult situations, which can be even dramatic, in case of separation or breaking of an important relationship.

Learning to know one’s RIGHTS and claim them to improve our position in the world of work.

Motivating every woman to take charge of her life to make herself INDEPENDENT, regardless of the sentimental or work choice made.

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Friday, November 18, 6 p.m.


Lack of work and economic autonomy can become particularly insidious in the case of women in socially vulnerable conditions, who in the absence of their own financial resources must rely completely on their partners and are thus more exposed to forms of coercion and abuse.

A good awareness of one’s own capabilities and learning how to administer one’s own life in these cases can really make a difference.

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Friday, November 25, 6 p.m.


The lack of financial education in Italy is particularly prevalent among women, just as their appetite for risk and their autonomy in managing investments is generally low.

There are women who have winning ideas and great potential, but who fail to realize their dreams due to a lack of knowledge of financial aspects. The risk in this case is that they end up in the wrong hands, relying on unserious advisors, or even worse, failing to achieve their life goals.

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