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This is a living document that summarizes principles and recommendations to those planning to embark on data collection on the impact of COVID-19 on violence against women and girls (VAWG). It was informed by the needs and challenges identified by colleagues in regional and country offices and has benefited from their input. It responds to the difficulties of adhering to methodological ethical and safety principles in the context of the physical distancing and staying at home measures imposed...
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This report analyses the peculiarities of sexual violence in the Republic of Moldova by connecting the national legislation in the area of prevention and combating sexual violence (SV) with international standards.
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The United Nations Joint Global Programme on Essential Services for Women and Girls Subject to Violence, a partnership by UN Women, UNFPA, WHO, UNDP and UNODC, aims to provide greater access to a coordinated set of essential and quality multi-sectoral services for all women and girls who have experienced gender based violence.
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This report contains original ideas, suggestions, experiences and knowledge shared by numerous individuals through their work in the field of women’s political participation, eliminating violence against women and electoral assistance.
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The study ”Services provided to migrant women, especially to returnee women, and the creation of a dialogue platform for migrant women” revealed the following:- Returnees are not acquainted with services available neither how to access them;- Local public authorities and non-governmental organizations are not really acquainted with other services provided at the local level besides their services.
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This simplified version of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) was developed together with survivors of violence from Moldova. The guide contains only some CEDAW articles selected by women survivors of violence and are described from their point of view in order to help other women improve their knowledge and stand for their rights.
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In Moldova, violence against women is widespread and systemic phenomenon. According to the research undertaken by the National Bureau of Statistics there are more than 63 percent of women and girls aged 15-65 who have experienced at least one form of violence during their lifetime.
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Gender responsive budgeting (GRB) means gender mainstreaming in the budget process, which involves regular assessment and analysis of the budget impact on women and men, corroborated by the analysis and adjustment of relevant policies to reduce gender disparities. This type of budgeting promotes greater accountability on the performance of governments in using public resources by purpose in correlation with the needs of beneficiaries, women and men, girls and boys, and applies the gender mainstreaming in all public policies in accordance with international treaties and national development strategies.
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The purpose of the profiles is to inform the public, based on evidences/data, about the advantages, capacities and potential that belong to the analyzed groups of women and the contribution they can make to the development, their environments of interaction, the opportunities they benefit from or which they lack, the limitations and the obstacles they face.
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This brief provides guidance on the elaboration of policies, including the effects of migration, on development strategies from gender perspective, and is intended for professionals responsible for implementing diaspora policies in ministries and other central administrative authorities (migration focal points, technical level) concerned by this problem.
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Gender on the Move: Working on the migration-development nexus from a gender perspective
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The significant progress obtained in addressing the issue of family violence in the Republic of Moldova is a real fact. Nevertheless, a number of legal, institutional, and policy gaps still persist and need to be tackled. In this context, it is very important to have data and evidence on the prevalence of violence against women, the factors determining this phenomenon, as well as the impact of violence on the health and well-being of women and on the family in general.