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  • Beijing +25 policy brief: Area I - Human rights of women: under threat

    All EU Member States have obligations to eliminate discrimination against women and ensure that they fully enjoy their human rights. The long-standing Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women is the basis for this. Since 2013, there have been several developments within EU policy that are relevant to the human rights of women. First, the Istanbul...

  • Grey literature on justice

    It is essential that there is gender equality in the justice field. Access to justice is a fundamental human right and an integral aspect of the rule of law.

  • Police and justice sector data on intimate partner violence against women in the European Union

    Quality administrative data that are available and comparable are key to understanding the scale of intimate partner violence in the EU and monitoring progress in tackling it. Administrative data measure the response of governmental agencies (such as the police and justice sectors) to intimate partner violence, and their capacity to protect victims, prevent further violence and prosecute the perpetrators. Data...