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European ministers adopt “Dublin Declaration” on preventing violence through equality

Council of Europe Dublin 30 september 2022
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European ministers adopt “Dublin Declaration” on preventing violence through equality

Thirty-eight member states have  backed a “Dublin Declaration” pledging a series of steps to promote gender equality in order to help prevent domestic, sexual and gender-based violence.

The declaration is inspired by the Council of Europe’s Istanbul Convention on violence against women, and expert findings how countries have implemented the convention so far. 


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European ministers adopt “Dublin Declaration” on preventing violence through equality


The European Convention on Human Rights forbids violence against women, including domestic violence and sexual violence.
See some examples of how the ECHR is working to protect women’s rights.


What is right to equality and freedom from discrimination and how is it protected under the European Convention on Human Rights? See some examples of how the ECHR works to promote equal rights.


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