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Standardisation of femicide data: key lessons

13/08/2019Official Data, Facts, Statistics
In this blog entry Silvana Fumega, research and policy director of the Latin American Initiative for Open Data Latin American Initiative for Open Data, addresses how the increased visibility of femicide in Latin America has not led to improved systems for recording cases, even though this...

Why misogynistic killings need a public label | Myrna Dawson

27/04/2018Studies, Analyses, Reports
The Toronto van attack started a public discourse in Canada about misogynistic hate crimes, as the killer was a member of an online misogynistic movement. Myrna Dawson clarifies the link between misogyny and femicide, and shows that it occurs regularly.
United Kingdom - misogynistic hate crime

UK Academic Studies on misogyny as a hate crime | Magistrates Assocation

09/07/2018Studies, Analyses, Reports
Evaluation report about a two-year project to treat misogyny as a hate crime in Nottingham, from the University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University. Full report.
United Kingdom - misogynistic hate crime

Campaigners and MPs call for misogyny to be made a hate crime | The Guardian

14/01/2019News
In the UK, a coalition of campaign groups and MPs have called on the Metropolitan police commissioner to make misogyny a hate crime. Gender hate incidents were reportedly at least as common as any hate crime recorded by police: 67,000 such incidents last year, with 57,000 of them targeted at women...

Call It Femicide: Femicide in Canada 2018 | Canadian Femicide Observatory

01/01/2019Studies, Analyses, Reports
Must-read report by the new Canadian Femicide Observatory CFOJA. It includes data and statistics on femicide in Canada in 2018 (148 women and girls were killed by violence), based on media reports, while also covering past and ongoing work on femicide in Canada as well as current and emerging...

The UK Femicide Census: 2017 Findings | Women's Aid UK

18/12/2018Studies, Analyses, Reports
This third report by the UK Femicide Census looks at 139 women who were killed by a man or where a man is the principal perpetrator/suspect in the UK in 2017.