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!
“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 …
According to the latest Global Study on Homicide released by the United Nations 87,000 women were killed in 2017. Out of these around 50,000 were killed by intimate partners or family members and approximately 30,000 were killed by intimate partners alone. Click here to find the article!
Men’s violence against women in intimate relationships is a serious social problem Serious consequences for those affected and their surroundings Interventions have been developed to stop violence and support victims Promising results for children who experience violence in the home Click here to find the article!
The Council of Europe Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence against Women and Domestic Violence (Istanbul Convention)
Violence against women is a structural and global phenomenon that knows no social, economic or national boundaries. It is a serious violation of human rights and remains widely unsanctioned. Every day in Europe, women are psychologically and physically abused in the “safety” of their own homes, stalked, harassed, raped, mutilated, forced by their family to …
WAVE is the only European network focusing solely on the elimination of violence against women and children. We hope that you will join us in supporting our work and take part in advocating for the human rights of women throughout Europe and worldwide! Click here to find the newsletter!
This Joint Staff Working Document (SWD) provides the framework for results-oriented measures for “Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment: Transforming the Lives of Girls and Women through EU External Relations 2016-2020” (in Annex 1). click here to find the report!
The Strength-Based, Needs-Led Approach as a Tool of Empowerment in Women’s Specialist Services Supporting Survivors of Domestic Abuse. A pilot study. Click here to find the fully report!
Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment: Transforming the Lives of Girls and Women through EU External Relations 2016-2020
Gender equality is a matter of human rights. It is the foundation of democratic societies and good governance, and the cornerstone of inclusive sustainable development. Click here to find the fully report!
The Monitoring Network against Gender Based Violence” actively contributed during the public consultation process and has provided suggestions to improve some of the amendments Click here to find the newsletter!