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On Tuesday, the committees on Civil Liberties and Women’s Rights demanded legislation to fight gender-based cyber violence.

On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the EP will hold an inter-parliamentary meeting on this topic on Tuesday.

On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women (25 November), Women’s Rights committee Chair, Evelyn Regner (S&D, AT), made the following statement:

A year after the Polish Constitutional Tribunal’s ruling, MEPs are calling on the government to lift the ban on abortion that puts women’s lives at risk.

MEPs from the Women’s Rights and Gender Equality Committee travelled to Reykjavik to discuss Iceland’s experience with pay transparency measures and closing the gender pay gap.

Evelyn Regner and Petras Auštrevičius express their deepest concerns about the human rights' situation of women and girls in Afghanistan.

Five Women’s Rights and Gender Equality MEPs will participate to this three-day mission to Reykjavik that will focus on pay transparency measures and the elimination of the gender pay gap.

The EU and its member states must propose concrete measures to uphold women’s rights and reduce gender inequalities in the EU, MEPs say.

EP committees and delegations will hold a series of discussions and public hearings on topics related to gender equality.

MEPs say child custody disputes constitute a form of gender-based violence when used by violent partners to continue to harm their victims.