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The Benefits and Challenges of Women’s Networks in the Western Balkans and Turkey.

This comparative report is prepared on behalf of the UN Women Project ‘Support the establishment and strengthening of regional platforms of civil society organisations (with a special focus on organisations representing women from minority and disadvantaged groups) to advocate for the development and implementation of laws and policies in line with CEDAW and the Istanbul …

MAPPING SUPPORT SERVICES FOR VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN LINE WITH THE ISTANBUL CONVENTION STANDARDS

A mapping methodology and tools were developed within the framework of the Council of Europe multi-country Project “Violence against Women” which focused on increasing the knowledge of professionals and facilitating exchanges and promising practices in the implementation of international and European standards, in particular the Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against …

Suggestions

Reflection on the taking into account of the suggestions of the Monitoring Network’s member organizations regarding the sub-legal acts of the Law Against Domestic Violence. Click here to find the report!

UPR SHADOW REPORT

Presented by Center for Legal Civic Initiatives in collaboration with the Network of Monitoring against Gender-based Violence.   Period 2014-2018 Click here to find the report!

WAVE Newsletter November-December 2018

“More than 200 million girls and women alive today have undergone female genital mutilation” (WHO), and “more than half of these live in just three countries: Indonesia, Egypt and Ethiopia” (UNICEF). However, the World Health Organisation states that numerous women and girls have “undergone or may be at risk of being subjected to female genital …