Monaco has been integrated into a new phone app called App-Elles which provides rapid access to help for victims and witnesses of violence.
Monaco’s Committee for the Promotion and Protection of Women’s Rights has now established a partnership with the Résonantes association, which developed the personal security application ‘App-Elles’.
It is designed to save users time and help them more easily find emergency information and contacts in their area. All Monegasque resources in terms of security, assistance, advice and emergencies are therefore accessible in the app.
‘App-Elles’ also allows users to quickly alert and contact loved ones designated as trusted third parties in the app as well as all relevant institutions available in the territory. This alert system is easy to trigger, and records and shares a situation in real time with these third parties.
The application, which is free and available on all major app stores, is currently being used in 14 countries, including now the Principality of Monaco.
Information on the application will be relayed during workshops on 26th and 27th September at the Maison du Numérique located in the Jardins d’Apolline, at 1 Promenade Honoré II.
For more information, visit: https://www.maisondunumerique.mc/agenda/decouvrez-l-application-de-securite-personnelle-app-elles
Photo source: Monaco Government Communication Department