20 avr. 2023
The thematic paper on the digital dimension of violence against women, as addressed by the EDVAW Platform, is published in FrenchStrasbourg 20/04/2023
Published on 29 November 2022, the thematic paper on the digital dimension of violence against...
13 avr. 2023
Call for Expressions of Interest for international consultancy services in the areas of gender equality and combating violence against women
The Council of Europe’s (CoE) Gender Equality and Violence Against Women Divisions are launching...
9 mars 2023
Serbia submits its reporting form on the implementation of recommendations issued by the Committee of the PartiesStrasbourg 09/03/2023
The Serbian authorities have submitted their reporting form on the implementation of...
Joining forces around the 10th anniversary of the Istanbul Convention! Explore the dedicated website.
Information on the Conference "Gender equality and the Istanbul Convention: a decade of action" that took place on 11 May 2021.
The Platform of Independent Expert Mechanisms on Discrimination and Violence against Women (EDVAW Platform) gathers seven United Nations and regional independent expert mechanisms on violence against women and women’s rights operating at the international and regional levels, including GREVIO.
13th meeting of the Committee of the Parties and Conference “Joining forces: applying the cybercrime frame to digital violence against women” (5-6 December 2022)
The 13th meeting of the Committee of the Parties to the Istanbul Convention took place in Strasbourg from 5 to 6 december. Among other issues the Committee discussed its recommendations on Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus, Estonia, Georgia, Iceland, Norway, Romania and Switzerland.
The Conference “Joining forces: applying the cybercrime frame to digital violence against women” took take place on 6 December, from 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm (CET), see dedicated webpage.
Pause, take stock and capitalise on the wealth of observations and findings that have been issued by GREVIO in its baseline evaluation reports: this is the achievement of the mid-term horizontal review
Infographics and brochure on the four pillars of the Istanbul Convention: prevention, protection, prosecution and co-ordinated policies.