Date : 15/11/2022

 Place : Helsinki, Finland

  Language : English and French

 Organisers: Council of Europe  and the   Ministry of Foreign Affairs of  Finland

 

Article 10 – Co-ordinating body

1. Parties shall designate or establish one or more official bodies responsible for the coordination, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of policies and measures to prevent and combat all forms of violence covered by this Convention. These bodies shall co-ordinate the collection of data as referred to in Article 11, analyse and disseminate its results.

2.  Parties shall ensure that the bodies designated or established pursuant to this article receive information of a general nature on measures taken pursuant to Chapter VIII.

3. Parties shall ensure that the bodies designated or established pursuant to this article shall have the capacity to communicate directly and foster relations with their counterparts in other Parties.

                                                                            

 

                                  

 

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Draft Programme

Welcome words

Krista Oinonen, Director, Unit for Human Rights Courts and Conventions, Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland

Opening of the meeting

Pekka Haavisto, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Finland

Marja Ruotanen, Director of Democracy and Human Dignity, Council of Europe

Marie Fontanel, President of the Committee of the Parties, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of France to the Council of Europe

Keynote speech: GREVIO’s findings in relation to national co-ordinating bodies

Iris Luarasi, President of the Council of Europe Group of Experts on Action against Violence against Women and Domestic Violence (GREVIO)

Sharing experiences on the functioning of co-ordinating bodies set up pursuant to Article 10 of the Istanbul Convention

Taina Riski, Secretary General of the Committee for combating violence against women and domestic violence (NAPE), Finland

Matilde Almandoz Rios, Head of Violence against women Unit, Government of Spain

 

Multi-agency co-operation and an integrated approach to implementing the Istanbul Convention: trends and challenges

Sari Laaksonen, Women against Violence Europe (WAVE): The role of women’s specialist support services in multiagency co-operation on violence against women

Johanna Nelles, Executive Secretary of the Istanbul Convention: GREVIO’s findings in the area of multiagency co-operation

Experiences from state parties:

Katriina Bildjuschkin, Senior specialist, MA, midwife, SERI Support Center for Victims of Sexual Assault, Finland

Stefania Chiru, European and International Affairs Office, Directorate General for Social Cohesion, Ministry of Solidarity/Ministry of Equality

Evaluation and data collection on measures to combat violence against women under Article 10 of the Istanbul Convention

Experiences from state parties:

Ross X. Wynne, Department of Justice, Ireland : Domestic, Sexual and Genderbased Violence in Ireland : An Audit of DSGBV Structures and Building on its Recommendations

Marta Silva, Commission for Gender Equality and Citizenship, Portugal : Data collection on violence against women in Portugal

Learning from each other: designing national action plans and strategies on the basis of the Istanbul Convention

Experiences from state parties:

Gian Beeli, Head of Section Violence, Federal Office for Gender Equality (FOGE), Federal Department of Home Affairs, Switzerland

Anna Collins Falk, International Coordinator and Senior Advisor, Swedish Gender Equality Agency

Closing remarks

Nina Nordström, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Finland to the Council of Europe and former President of the Committee of the Parties

Johanna Nelles, Executive Secretary of the Istanbul Convention