Operations

Why Collecting Data on Femicide Matters Event—Dec 8th, 18:00 (CET), ZOOM

08/12/2020Events
Why collecting data on femicide matters? In collaboration with UNODC and SAGE (Students Advocating for Gender Equality),  UNSA Vienna is hosting, on December 8, an online event to talk about the paramount importance that data collection on femicide has. On this occasion, ...
Latin America and the Caribbean - femicide

Problem Representations of Femicide/Feminicide Legislation in Latin America

25/05/2020Studies, Analyses, Reports
In this research article, Prof. Myrna Dawson (FWP Senior Advisor)  and Michelle Carrigan analyse the representation of femicide/feminicide legislation across Latin American countries. Their approach assesses concepts that are taken for granted within policies and...

Events
Data Against Feminicide is a series of interactive sessions designed to bring together activists and civil society organisations, public officials, academics, and journalists who are working or are interested in working with feminicide data. In the context of the International Day for the...

Identifying femicide locally and globally: Understanding the utility and accessibility of sex/ gender-related motives and indicators

28/08/2020Studies, Analyses, Reports
Femicide, the gender-related killing of women and girls, has received an unprecedented rise in international attention in the past decade, prompting increased discussions about how to define and measure femicide. Following a review of definitions and indicators, this article examines the utility of...
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.