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Finnish Homicide Monitor (FHM) 2002-2019 | EIGE

The aim of the FHM is to monitor the homicide phenomenon, to create a database for in-depth research, and to serve crime prevention and prevention-targeting purposes.
publication date: 
Sep 27, 2017

Since 2002, the Finnish homicide monitor (FHM) has been maintained jointly by the Institute of Criminology and Legal Policy (University of Helsinki), the National Police Board and the Police College Research Unit. The FHM uses victim-based data architecture and is updated on an ongoing basis. Each row of the data matrix corresponds to a homicide victim.

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Chiffres clés - Les morts violentes au sein du couple 2015 | Study by French Government

Chaque année, la Délégation aux victimes du ministère de l’intérieur réalise une étude pour quantifier et décrire les homicides entre au sein du couple ou entre ex-compagnons perpétrés en France métropolitaine et d’Outre-Mer.
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Jun 30, 2017
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France

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VAW: an EU-wide survey 2014. Main results report | EU Agency for Fundamental Rights

This FRA survey is the first of its kind on violence against women across the 28 Member States of the European Union (EU). It is based on interviews with 42,000 women across the EU.
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Mar 1, 2014

The women were asked about their experiences of physical, sexual and psychological violence, including incidents of intimate partner violence (‘domestic violence’). The survey also included questions on stalking, sexual harassment, and the role played by new technologies in women’s experiences of abuse. In addition, it asked about their experiences of violence in childhood.

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Combating violence against women in Belgium | EIGE

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Nov 25, 2016
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The full extent of violence against women is difficult to estimate, as it continues to be under-reported and stigmatised, meaning that what actually gets reported is only a fraction of the reality. In Belgium, 77 % of the population tend to trust the police. In EIGE’s Gender Equality Index 2015 it was found that where people tend to have more trust in justice institutions, levels of disclosed violence are higher. It is estimated that in Belgium, 36 % of women have experienced violence, which is 3 % higher than in the EU overall.

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Infografic on femicides 2014 in Latin America and the Caribbean | ECLAC

According to official data from the region’s countries compiled by the Gender Equality Observatory for Latin America and the Caribbean of ECLAC, 1903 women were murdered because of their gender in 15 Latin American countries and 3 Caribbean nations
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Nov 16, 2015
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Recommendations:
- Improve administrative records to learn the real number of femicides in all the region’s countries
- Foster programs to prevent all forms of violence against women to avoid femicide
- Allocate economic resources to preventing violence and providing reparations to victims

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Administrative data collection on violence against women: Good practices | EIGE

Overview of national systems for administrative data collection efforts on VAW, including femicide, in the EU
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Dec 31, 2016
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Violence against women (VAW) is a violation of human rights. Its very nature deprives women of their ability to enjoy fundamental freedoms.

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Administrative data collection on rape, femicide and intimate partner violence in EU Member States | EIGE

Administrative data collection on rape, femicide and intimate partner violence in EU Member States | EIGE
Assessment of data collection efforts of European countries including major gaps
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May 5, 2017
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Administrative data comprises information collected by institutions such as the police, justice system, health and social services and other agencies that come into contact with cases of violence against women (VAW). The police and the justice systems are the most advanced in the availability, quality and comparability of administrative data on violence against women.

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Germany: BKA Criminal Statistics for 2016 about violence in domestic partnerships

First-ever analysis of data in Germany: Women 43,7% murder victims, men only 5,1%
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Nov 22, 2016
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Heute (Dienstag) haben Bundesfrauenministerin Manuela Schwesig und der Präsident des Bundeskriminalamtes (BKA) zum ersten Mal Zahlen vorgestellt, die einen Einblick darüber bieten, in welchem Umfang und mit welchen Ausprägungen Gewalt in Paarbeziehungen bei der Polizei bekannt wird. Erstmals liegt eine detaillierte Aufbereitung vor, die zeigt, in welcher Beziehung Täter und Opfer stehen, welche Delikte passieren. Leider wird deutlich: Mord und Totschlag, Sexualdelikte, Körperverletzungen und Stalking kommen nicht selten in Beziehungen vor.

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Datos estadísticos del Poder Judicial sobre: Femicidios 2015

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May 7, 2017

Introducción -- Desde el año 2015, la Corte Suprema de Justicia de la Nación asume la labor de elaborar un Registro Nacional de Femicidios de la Justicia Argentina. A tal efecto, la Vicepresidenta, Dra Elena Highton de Nolasco, en su calidad de Ministra a cargo de la Oficina de la Mujer
y de la Oficina de Violencia Doméstica requirió la colaboración de todas las jurisdicciones del país.

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Argentina
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Datos estadísticos del Poder Judicial sobre: Femicidios 2014

Introducción
El 4 de junio de este año, la Corte Suprema de Justicia de la Nación encomendó a la Oficina de la
Mujer la elaboración del primer Registro Nacional de Femicidios de la Justicia Argentina. A tal efecto,
la Vicepresidenta, Dra Elena Highton de Nolasco, en su calidad de Ministra a cargo de la Oficina de la
Mujer y de la Oficina de Violencia Doméstica, requirió la colaboración de todas las jurisdicciones del país.
Se carecía de una palabra para expresar la forma más extrema de violencia contra las mujeres, producto

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Argentina
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UNODC: Global Study on Homicide

The Global Study on Homicide 2013 seeks to shed light on the worst of crimes - the "unlawful death purposefully inflicted on a person by another person."
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In 2012, intentional homicide took the lives of almost half a million people. The study of intentional homicide is relevant not only because it is the study of the ultimate crime, whose ripple effect goes far beyond the initial loss of human life, but because lethal violence can create a climate of fear and uncertainty. Intentional homicide also victimizes the family and community of the victim, who can be considered secondary victims, and when justice is not served, impunity can lead to further victimization in the form of the denial of the basic human right to justice.

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