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COVID-19 wave of violence against women shows EU countries still lack proper safeguards | EIGE

18/11/2020News
This article from the EU agency discusses its two new studies assessing measures Member States took to protect women during the pandemic and the need for further support.  
United Kingdom - femicide

Urgent dental and maxillofacial care for domestic abuse victims during COVID-19

26/06/2020Studies, Analyses, Reports
This paper, originally published in the British Dental Journal, is aimed at raising awareness for those working in dental and oral and maxillofacial care to identify and support patients who are victims of abuse. It also provides guidance on how to make the appropiate referrals...

Femicide Volume 13: Collecting Data on Femicide | UNSA Femicide Team

25/11/2020Studies, Analyses, Reports
The latest Volume in our Series provides a collection of articles on the importance of data collection on femicide, covering efforts in Canada, Latin America, India, and Turkey; as well as contributions and statements by the UN Special Rapporteur on VAW and other senior UN, EU and AU...
Chile - femicide

Chilean President Promulgates Anti-Femicide Law in March 2020 | Chile Today

03/03/2020News
Chilean President Piñera promulgated a new law that redefines femicide. Ley Gabriela (“Gabriela’s Law”) comes as a result of continued petitioning by the family of Gabriela Alcaíno, who was raped and murdered by her ex-boyfriend. Significantly, the law extends the crime of...
Turkey - femicide

Turkey’s femicide toll soars amid coronavirus lockdowns | Al Monitor

31/03/2020Studies, Analyses, Reports
At least 18 women have been killed across Turkey, 12 of them at home, since March 11, when Ankara confirmed its first COVID-19 case, according to the We Will Stop Femicide Platform, a civic group dedicated to fighting violence against women.
South Africa - femicide

Femicide protests rock WEF Africa conference in South Africa | Africa News

05/09/2019News
Students, men and women demonstrated against South Africa’s “femicide epidemic” as the World Economic Forum on Africa kicked off in Cape Town, amid growing alarm over gender violence in the country.