Source: Boris Roessler / dpa

Source: Boris Roessler / dpa

Source: Boris Roessler / dpa

Case numbers increased

The Interior Ministry did not see any increase in the number of cases. Against the background of the exit restrictions due to the pandemic, the State Criminal Police Office carried out a comprehensive special evaluation of the development of domestic violence. There were no relevant changes.

According to the White Ring Victims Aid Association, it is predominantly women who are affected by domestic violence. In 2019, the police crime statistics in the southwest recorded 13 084 acts in marriages, partnerships or after the termination of the same (previous year: 12 109). A knife was used 483 times and a firearm 25 times, which was used seven times.

Thousands of places are missing

The women’s and children’s shelters are financed by the municipalities, the state on a voluntary basis and with donations and fines. The Ministry of Social Affairs is currently assuming that there are around 6.30 missing places. There are currently around 340 places for women and more than 400 places for children.

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The state working group of autonomous women’s shelters sees much more need and considers the value of over 600 required places mentioned by the ministry to be an “absolute minimum standard” which should be implemented as quickly as possible. According to the Istanbul Convention signed by Germany, Baden-Württemberg would even need 2800 places for women and children.

When their parents separate or divorce, a world collapses for children. The ex-partners not only have to cope with the emotional state of emergency, they also have to find solutions for dealing with the children together: When is the child with whom? How are the vacations divided? What if a new partner moves in? Family therapist Dana Urban gives tips on how everyday family life can succeed after a separation.

The best support for separated children is “being there and listening”, advises the family therapist from the Federal Conference for Educational Advice (BKE). It is important not to put pressure or a guilty conscience on the child.

Sentences like “I am sad when you are not there” are better avoided. More positive is: “I’m looking forward to you”. However, it is taboo to ask the child about the other parent. In addition, parents should announce everything in good time and discuss it with the child so that, for example, they know the day before who will pick them up from daycare in the afternoon.

Do you prefer fixed or flexible visiting arrangements?

“I would make it dependent on the age of the child and the situation,” says Urban. It is not always the best solution if, for example, the child is only with the father on the weekends.thesis statements for to kill a mockingbird If there is enough trust and reliability and the child is not overwhelmed, flexible regulation is wonderful. However, it can unsettle the child when they are still very young or when parents often argue.

Should the child stay in the previous apartment?

“The old apartment is familiar and provides security – with very small children it would be good if this could be taken into account,” says Urban. This is especially true if the move would make it difficult to change daycare. But: “If it cannot be prevented, a move can also be good for everyone involved.” Then it is important to keep an eye on the child and, for example, involve them in the establishment.

Can a separation also be positive for the child?

It is easier for the child when it becomes clear when the situation at home was previously very tense. By separating all sides could find peace, says Urban. This message from parents to their child is important: “We love you and are there for you. The separation as a couple does not change the fact that we are both your parents.”

How should separated parents plan their vacation?

Holidays together are not always recommended. If, for example, the father does not see the child that often on vacation, he can perhaps take an extra week of vacation with him. “The older the children, the more you can sit down with them and think together.”

When and how do you introduce a new partner to the child?

It’s better to take it slowly and carefully, says Urban. Mother or father should first check very carefully how stable the new relationship is and be aware of their own feelings. The individual steps should be carried out very carefully. For an initial meeting, the expert recommends a joint trip to a neutral place – for example to the zoo. In general, it is important for children that they are allowed to like their new partner – even if that is difficult for the other parent

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Ten people were injured in an explosion and a subsequent major fire on the grounds of the Bayernoil refinery in Vohburg an der Donau. Among them are three moderately to seriously injured people, a police spokesman said on Saturday. Bavaria’s Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann (CSU) visited the scene of the fire to speak to the emergency services.

First, according to police, 1,800 people from surrounding houses should leave their homes because of the smoke development. After about three hours, the cloud of smoke partially dissipated – and people were able to go back to their apartments, as Hans-Peter Kammerer from the Upper Bavaria North Police Headquarters said.

According to the police, the Pfaffenhofen an der Ilm district office triggered a disaster alarm. This was a decision by the operations management so that the forces can work together optimally, said Kammerer. How the explosion and the fire came about was initially unclear.

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“The fire fighting is in full swing,” the spokesman continued. “The situation has only eased to the extent that the evacuation of the residents is no longer necessary.” There were also several fire spots on the site, the flames were not under control. Police, fire brigade and rescue workers were on site with a large contingent of around 400 workers.

A thick column of smoke had been seen over the area that morning, sirens wailed. Local residents said that the bang could be heard for miles in the early morning. Several onlookers gathered in nearby fields that morning and said they had been woken up by the explosion. “We have now cordoned off a large area,” said another police spokesman. Residents were asked to keep windows and doors closed.

According to the police, the injured are employees of the company. According to the police, there was an explosion early on Saturday morning on the site east of the city of Ingolstadt, and then a major fire developed in the liquid gas and liquid petrol system of the gas power plant.

On videos that users of the short message service Twitter distributed on the Internet, brightly blazing flames could be seen. The company wrote about a “malfunction” on its Internet homepage.

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The alleged murder of a small child is being tried before the regional court in Ingolstadt. The mother is said to have cut off the air supply to her son.

A 17-year-old is said to have killed her young son in northern Upper Bavaria. The young mother will have to answer for murder from February 4th at the youth chamber of the district court in Ingolstadt. According to the indictment, the youth cut off the air supply to the one-year-old boy. Further details on the act were not given.

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Due to the age of the defendants, the entire process takes place behind closed doors. Several days of negotiations are planned. Only after the judgment does the court want to issue a communication on the result of the proceedings, as a court spokeswoman explained.

The President of the Federal Association of Medium-Sized Enterprises (BVMW), Mario Ohoven, died at the age of 74. As the BVMW announced on Sunday in Berlin, Ohoven was killed in a traffic accident at the weekend. The investment advisor, born in Neuss (North Rhine-Westphalia) in 1946, has been President of the Association of SMEs since 1998. In two decades, Ohoven had formed the BVMW into the leading SME association in Germany with 340 branches and 60 of its own foreign offices, the message said.

Federal Minister of Economics Peter Altmaier emphasized that Ohoven had achieved great things for medium-sized businesses. “I appreciated him very much. Our thoughts are with his family and his employees,” wrote the CDU politician in the short message service Twitter.

The trained banker Ohoven was the face and voice of the association. In 2005 the lobbyist had sold his company Investor- und Treuhand-Beteiligungsgesellschaft.

Groko or opposition: Political Germany is looking forward to the SPD special party conference in Bonn with tension. Who stands for which position in the party? An overview.

The SPD special party conference in Bonn is not just about the pros and cons of a grand coalition. For some of the party’s top executives, their political future is also at stake. A look at the currently most important figures in the SPD.

Martin Schulz

Martin Schulz, 62, federal chairman of the SPD. (Source: Bernd von Jutrczenka / dpa)

The reeling party leader. He wanted to turn things around for his party, which is why he stiffened on the opposition early on and is getting lost more and more. Its popularity is waning. Even after the election there were rumors that he should be pushed away. If there is no, it is untenable. If there is a yes, it is still weak.

Thomas Oppermann

Thomas Oppermann, 63, Vice President of the Bundestag. (Source: Bernd von Jutrczenka / dpa)

On election evening he was the messenger for the news that the SPD wants to go into the opposition. He’s got on well with the Union and, according to rumors, could have looked at a ministerial position again. He was then provided with the office of Bundestag Vice-President in parliament. In the end he kept a low profile.

Kevin Kühnert

Kevin Kühnert, 29 years old, federal chairman of the Jusos. (Source: Michael Kappeler / dpa)

The leader of the revolution. He managed to push his way to the front and give a few Jusos with badges the reputation of a real NoGroko movement. Was able to distinguish himself the most recently – but also turned the whole party leadership against himself.

Thorsten Schäfer-Gümbel

Thorsten Schäfer-Gümbel, 48, deputy SPD federal chairman. (Source: Boris Roessler / dpa)

The neutralo. The only one who abstained from the exploratory force. Possibly fears the state elections in autumn. But it is not particularly powerful.

Malu Dreyer

Malu Dreyer, 56, Prime Minister of Rhineland-Palatinate. (Source: Arne Dedert / dpa)

The silent bearer of hope. Many consider it the only real alternative for party leadership, if not the most realistic. Top result in the board election in December, looks fresher and closer than others. But: poor health. Could have led a NoGroko revolution, but it didn’t. It is also included now.

Olaf Scholz

Olaf Scholz, 59, Hamburg’s First Mayor. (Source: Daniel Bockwoldt / dpa)

The anti-innovator. I was always able to live well with Groko, got a bad result in the board elections. Has rather held back, probably would not have helped in the fight against the party left as a stimulus figure. None for the future in case of no.

Matthias Miersch

Matthias Miersch, 49, head of the parliamentary left in the SPD. (Source: Britta Pedersen / dpa)

The head of the parliamentary left could massively endanger the yes to Groko, but has spoken out in favor of negotiations. Not because he’s a Groko fan, but because he wants a membership decision afterwards. Clever position in between.

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