When a woman covered in bruises arrives at the emergency ward and claims she has fallen down the stairs, a nurse or doctor able to recognise a case of domestic violence can lead her out of her vicious circle via a professional and sensitive approach. Contact with professionals is often absolutely vital for people at risk of domestic violence. That’s why the programme fought prejudice and deep-rooted clichés about domestic violence, which usually takes place behind closed doors. The Intervention Centres Worker’s Association of the Czech Republic prepared a successful training programme for the police, judges and workers of children’s social welfare. The Labyrint Brno organisation made an educational film on domestic violence for people with hearing disabilities along with a methodology for working with youths with hearing disabilities. La Strada, an organisation tackling human trafficking, developed methodology for working with homeless women. Many more educational materials have been created and are now successfully used.