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Numbers of feminicides in Latin America 2019 | LatinAmerica Post

24/08/2019Studies, Analyses, Reports
Overview of numbers of femicide in Latin American countries (first half of 2019), drawn from different sources such as public ministries, observatories, civil society organizations. Mexico leads the list with 470 femicides according to the Executive Secretary of the National Public Security System...

Interview with Angela Me, UNODC, about focus on perpetrators in fight against femicide | Femicide Team

01/03/2019Studies, Analyses, Reports
Angela Me explains why UNODC’s new global homicide report on the gender-related killing of women and girls includes a chapter on perpetrators. She calls for enhanced research and data collection to better understand men who are perpetrators of violence -- what is behind the drivers of...

Femicides in Argentina 2008 - 2017 | La Casa del Encuentro

01/01/2018Studies, Analyses, Reports
The Argentina Observatory counted 2679 femicides from 2008 until 2017, with 273 victims of femicide in 2017, according to their report.

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...

Femicide in Mexico Has More Than Doubled Since 2007 | Global Citizen

14/12/2017Studies, Analyses, Reports
A recent report from Mexico’s interior department, the National Women’s Institute, and UN Women reveals that violence against women is nearly as high as it was at its peak in 2012 and more than twice as high as it was in 2007.

A Deadly Politics of Wealth: Femicide in India | openDemocracy

02/08/2016Studies, Analyses, Reports
Census data shows that poverty and illiteracy are not key factors in India’s female genocide as many assume. The survival of girls is determined by a patriarchal politics of wealth control.