VAW

Honduras → VAW

Status of Violence Against Women in Honduras

June 1, 2014 — Research, Analysis, Report, Study

2014 report by feminist organizations submitted to the UN Special Rapporteur on VAW: " Honduras has been rated by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) as the country with the highest homicide rate in the world from 2010 until 2012, when the most recent report was issued. From 2005 to 2013, the number of violent deaths of women rose by 263.4%."

#APRAN Research, Analysis, Report, Study

Status of Violence Against Women in Honduras

June 1, 2014
#Honduras, #VAW, #Special Rapporteur on VAW, #Report, #NGO, #femicide, #violence against women
Honduras

Executive Summary

2014 report by feminist organizations submitted to the UN Special Rapporteur on VAW: " Honduras has been rated by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) as the country with the highest homicide rate in the world from 2010 until 2012, when the most recent report was issued. From 2005 to 2013, the number of violent deaths of women rose by 263.4%."

Explore the Facts: Violence Against Women | UN Women

January 1, 2018 — Official Data, Facts, Statistics

This fantastic interactive platform exposes the various forms of abuse that women endure.

UN Women

"Intimate partner violence is any behaviour by a current or former partner or spouse that causes physical, sexual or psychological harm. This is the most common form of violence experienced by women globally.

Worldwide, 1 in 3 women have experienced physical or sexual violence — mostly by an intimate partner..."

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Explore the Facts: Violence Against Women | UN Women

January 1, 2018
#statistics, #facts, #intimate partner violence, #violence against women, #VAW, #UN Women, #platform, #data

Executive Summary

This fantastic interactive platform exposes the various forms of abuse that women endure.

UN Women

"Intimate partner violence is any behaviour by a current or former partner or spouse that causes physical, sexual or psychological harm. This is the most common form of violence experienced by women globally.

Worldwide, 1 in 3 women have experienced physical or sexual violence — mostly by an intimate partner..."

Global → VAW

UNGA Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women 48/104 (1993)

December 20, 1993 — Landmark Document

This declaration directly addresses, in its Article 4, that States should condemn violence against women and should pursue by all appropriate means and without delay a policy of eliminating such violence.

UN
#APRAN Landmark Document

UNGA Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women 48/104 (1993)

December 20, 1993
#UNGA, #resolution, #VAW, #violence against women

Executive Summary

This declaration directly addresses, in its Article 4, that States should condemn violence against women and should pursue by all appropriate means and without delay a policy of eliminating such violence.

UN

Latin America and the Caribbean, South America → VAW

Follow-up Mechanism to the Belém do Pará Convention (MESECVI) (2004)

January 1, 2004 — Landmark Document

The Belém do Pará Convention established for the first time the development of mechanisms for the protection and defense of women's rights in the struggle to eliminate violence against their physical, sexual and psychological integrity, in both the public and private spheres. The effective implementation of the Convention requires a continuous and independent evaluation process, which in 2004 led to the creation of the Follow-up Mechanism to the Belém do Pará Convention (MESECVI).

OAS

MESECVI is a systematic and permanent multilateral evaluation methodology that is based on exchange and technical cooperation between the States Party to the Convention and a Committee of Experts. MESECVI analyzes progress in the implementation of the Convention by the States Party, as well as persistent challenges to an effective State response to violence against women.

#APRAN Landmark Document

Follow-up Mechanism to the Belém do Pará Convention (MESECVI) (2004)

January 1, 2004
#Belém do Pará Convention, #MESECVI, #mechanism, #convention, #Implementation, #procedure, #OAS, #VAW, #violence against women

Executive Summary

The Belém do Pará Convention established for the first time the development of mechanisms for the protection and defense of women's rights in the struggle to eliminate violence against their physical, sexual and psychological integrity, in both the public and private spheres. The effective implementation of the Convention requires a continuous and independent evaluation process, which in 2004 led to the creation of the Follow-up Mechanism to the Belém do Pará Convention (MESECVI).

OAS

MESECVI is a systematic and permanent multilateral evaluation methodology that is based on exchange and technical cooperation between the States Party to the Convention and a Committee of Experts. MESECVI analyzes progress in the implementation of the Convention by the States Party, as well as persistent challenges to an effective State response to violence against women.

Global → human rights

Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action

September 15, 1995 — Landmark Document

The Platform for Action imagines a world where each woman and girl can exercise her freedoms and choices, and realize all her rights, such as to live free from violence, to go to school, to participate in decisions and to earn equal pay for equal work.

UN
#APRAN Landmark Document

Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action

September 15, 1995
#Beijing Declaration, #Platform for Action, #VAW, #violence against women, #Human Rights, #children, #empowerment

Executive Summary

The Platform for Action imagines a world where each woman and girl can exercise her freedoms and choices, and realize all her rights, such as to live free from violence, to go to school, to participate in decisions and to earn equal pay for equal work.

UN

Mexico → data

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

December 14, 2017 — Research, Analysis, Report, Study

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.

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

December 14, 2017
#femicide, #Mexico, #data, #statistics, #government, #UN Women, #VAW, #violence against women
Mexico

Executive Summary

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.

Global Citizen

Mexico → jurisdiction

Proposals for Analysis and Monitoring of the IACHR's "Cotton Field" Case Sentence | Heinrich Böll Stiftung

December 1, 2013 — Jurisprudence

The objective of this publication is to aid closer understanding of the contents and the monitoring of the Cotton Case judgement. Points and proposals that seek to facilitate analysis and debate of the sentence are highlighted.

Heinrich Böll Stiftung
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Proposals for Analysis and Monitoring of the IACHR's "Cotton Field" Case Sentence | Heinrich Böll Stiftung

December 1, 2013
#Mexico, #cotton case, #ruling, #prosecution, #discrimination, #femicide, #IACHR, #VAW
Mexico

Executive Summary

The objective of this publication is to aid closer understanding of the contents and the monitoring of the Cotton Case judgement. Points and proposals that seek to facilitate analysis and debate of the sentence are highlighted.

Heinrich Böll Stiftung

Mexico → femicide

Inter-American Commission on Human Rights 2003 report on Ciudad Juarez

March 7, 2003 — Research, Analysis, Report, Study

IACHR report about the right of women in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico to be free from violence and discrimination, including recommendations to assist the Mexican State in amplifying its efforts to respect and ensure this right.

IACHR
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Inter-American Commission on Human Rights 2003 report on Ciudad Juarez

March 7, 2003
#IACHR, #Ciudad Juarez, #femicide, #VAW, #violence against women, #killings, #Human Rights, #government, #recommendations
Mexico

Executive Summary

IACHR report about the right of women in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico to be free from violence and discrimination, including recommendations to assist the Mexican State in amplifying its efforts to respect and ensure this right.

IACHR

Latin America and the Caribbean → VAW

Ending Violence Against Women in Latin America: Feminist Norm Setting in a Multilevel Context

March 23, 2016 — Research, Analysis, Report, Study

This paper seeks to contribute to a more dynamic understanding of norm diffusion by examining the processes of multilevel norm setting to end VAW in Latin America.

Conny Roggeband — Cambridge University Press
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Ending Violence Against Women in Latin America: Feminist Norm Setting in a Multilevel Context

March 23, 2016
#VAW, #violence against women, #feminist theory, #norm setting, #Implementation, #Latin America

Executive Summary

This paper seeks to contribute to a more dynamic understanding of norm diffusion by examining the processes of multilevel norm setting to end VAW in Latin America.

Conny Roggeband — Cambridge University Press

Global → VAW

White Ribbon Campaign | EIGE

January 1, 2018 — Advocacy, Campaign

Men and boys wearing the White Ribbon declare that they will never commit, excuse, or remain silent about men's violence against women. White Ribbon is one of the world’s largest male-led campaigns to end men’s violence against women.

EIGE
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White Ribbon Campaign | EIGE

January 1, 2018
#campaign, #white ribbon, #EIGE, #violence against women, #VAW, #pledge, #men, #boys

Executive Summary

Men and boys wearing the White Ribbon declare that they will never commit, excuse, or remain silent about men's violence against women. White Ribbon is one of the world’s largest male-led campaigns to end men’s violence against women.

EIGE

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