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Historically, Germany has provided shelters and assistance for abused women for over 20 years Crow Magazine n. As Mirela Brkiae of Crow Magazine explains: in Germany, the first shelters for battered women were founded more than 20 years ago. The new Women's Movement of the early 's managed to "politicize" and publicly "scandalize" male violence against women and children, which until then had been a problem not openly discussed.
Those first "women houses" were the predecessors In Bavaria, there are 37 battered women shelters with a total of beds Crow Magazine n. Annually, between 40, and 50, women and children seek safety in shelters across Germany Crow Magazine n. Between and 'women's houses,' including in the eastern states excluding Berlin , exist in Germany; victims of violence and their children can seek shelter, counselling, and legal and police protection in them Country Reports 4 Mar.
According to a 7 October Bangor Daily News article, battered women in German shelters are permitted to stay much longer than the normal period of six weeks that victims spend in US shelters, for German philosophy dictates that battered women need more time to heal physically and psychologically.
Futhermore, "Germany's victims of domestic violence have access to hot lines, night taxis, parking spots close to their homes, and Country Reports states that: The law prohibits violence against women and the Government has implemented a vast array of legal and social structures to combat it.