Justice is a fundamental human right and an umbrella term bridging together such areas as gender equality, anti-discrimination and civil justice. In reality, discrimination and crime within the European Union are deeply gendered. Women and men continue to experience these phenomena differently; a gender-sensitive justice is a way to address problems like the under-reporting of gender-based violence.
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This report is based on a study commissioned by EIGE and carried out by the European Women’s Lobby i...
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Mainstreaming Gender into the Policies and the Programmes of the Institutions of European Union and ...