SANUR, Bali (BPN) – The case of Domestic Violence is increasing during the pandemic and mostly caused by economic factors. Recently, the anti-domestic violence campaign has gained more support from many parties, as shown by Hatten Wines through a charity bazaar held by Srikandi Justice, Saturday (30/7/2022) at Hatten Wines The Celladoor, Sanur.
The owner of Hatten Wines Ida Bagus Rai Budarsa expressed his appreciation to Srikandi Justice who is committed to becoming a bridge for people who experience domestic violence.
“We really appreciate this activity. Domestic violence in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic should be controlled and shouldn’t have happened,” said Rai Budarsa.
Rai Budarsa also explained that the company he leads also instills human values, namely mutual respect. According to him, if mutual respect is implemented, violence and inequality will not occur.
Meanwhile, Ni Luh Arie Ratna Sukasari BSc (Hons), founder of Srikandi Justice, said the Charity event themed “Break The Silence, Stop The Violence”, is an anti-Domestic Violence campaign to break the chain of domestic violence in Bali.
She said that the economic downturn should not be used as an excuse for someone to commit acts of domestic violence.
Through this social activity, Ni Luh Sari conveyed that she and Srikandi Justice are here to defend the fate of victims and prevent cases of domestic violence.
“Srikandi Justice is under the auspices of the Yayasan (foundation) DBB (Duta Bina Bhuana) in Dalung, actively educating the community through seminars, workshops, and social activities,” she said.
Ni Luh Sari said that Srikandi Justice, which was established in October 2021, will fully support government programs on the importance of forming a harmonious family, without any acts of violence.