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Tuesday, 8 October 2013 - Strasbourg Revised edition

Convention on preventing and combating violence against women (Istanbul convention) (debate)
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  Lívia Járóka (PPE), in writing. – The Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence has so far only been ratified by five countries and only two EU Member States. The Convention could contribute to the development of a comprehensive framework to protect women against all forms of violence, which is necessary to fulfil the same priority of the European Union. The provisions of EU Directive 2011/36 on preventing and combating trafficking in human beings must also be fully transposed, in particular in strengthening the identification, protection and assistance to victims and with a special emphasis on children. Member States must address all forms of violence against women, with special regard to Roma women, and support victims of domestic violence by ensuring proper resources for related public services and by providing assistance also through mainstream services, such as health, employment and education.

 
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