Query : derecho de las mujeres a una vida libre de violencia
- Cecilia Ivonne Narváez-Zurita2
- Claudia Hasanbegovic2
- Juan Carlos Erazo-Álvarez2
- Alan Jair García Flores1
- Alejandra Paniagua Bonilla1
- Alta Hooker Blandford1
- Elena Martínez García1
- Enrique Eugenio Pozo-Cabrera1
- Gabriela Ivette Herrera Valdez1
- Irene Casique Rodríguez1
- Jesús Omar Pérez Luna1
- José Luis Vázquez-Calle1
- Macías Vázquez, Ma. Carmen1
- María Auxiliadora Moreno Valenzuela1
- María Elisa Franco Martín del Campo1
- Pérez Contreras, María de Montserrat1
- Rossi Fabiola Peñafiel-Bermeo1
- Sandra Araya Umaña1
- Viviana Leonor Maldonado-García1
- Viviane Monteiro Santana García1
- Gender Studies12
- Architecture and Space Management1
“Between text and reality”. Are international human rights standards useful to women?
some authors (Lagarde, 2013, Facio, 2011) suggest that in the 90s several years of feminist fighting against patriarchy were reflected in international human rights standards. Other scholars (Segato, 2017) argue that these rules would not have improved women’s lives, in particular as regards their r...
A ceiling for women. Safe housing for a life free from violence
Access to safe housing means that women are able to leave a violent relationship, and the absence thereof, brings women into violence or leaves them on the streets. This article presents the analysis of 135 documents produced on four continents exploring housing solutions for women escaping domestic...
Gender perspective in judicial actions and decisions against violence against women
Judges should apply the gender perspective, in cases where violence against women becomes a transformative role, given that they play a transformative role in the face of formal, material and structural inequality at the time of hearing the proceedings. When judging, they are agents of change in the...
Misoginia in public space, non-intimate femicide and criminal evidence
Despite the existence of public policies aimed at preventing violence against women in public space, such as street bullying, work-related or school/academic harassment, the invisibility of femicides committed in this context, known as non-intimate femicide, persists. Despite the legal provision, th...
The right to non-violence against women: the Costa Rican State is complicit in its failure to comply with
This article summarises the tension between the rights of the child and of women who are victims of violence in the so-called special procedures for the protection of children at administrative level, investigated by means of a case study in Costa Rica between 2017 and the first quarter of 2018. The...
The Migration Law and its alignment with the General Law on Women’s Access to a Life Free of Violence in the case of migrant girls and adolescents
This work analysed the General Law on Migration in order to identify whether it is harmonised with the General Law on Women’s Access to a Life Free of Violence and consequently sets out differentiated actions for the protection and care of migrant girls and women who are victims of crimes in and dur...
Approximation to the issue of the challenges for advancing access to equality, non-discrimination and a life free from violence for rural women under the universal human rights system
This work brings an approximation of the challenges for advancing access to equality, non-discrimination and a life free of violence for women in rural areas. Lack of access to these rights and behaviour of discrimination and violence that violate them together with other implicit human rights preve...
The warning mechanism for gender-based violence in Mexico: the existence of a protective regulatory design?
femicide violence is a serious problem that demonstrates to the Mexican State due to its complexity and unquestionable need for immediate attention, through ad hoc mechanisms that show effective action to safeguard the human right to a life free from violence for women. From the legal and dogmaid pe...
Economic and property violence. Access to a life free from violence against women
This research article considers that there is a lack of protection under Ecuadorian law for the economic and wealth violence suffered by women, and therefore a reform of the Comprehensive Criminal Organic Code is proposed, seeking to equip human and gender rights in Ecuador. The starting research me...
Guaranteeing women’s human right to a life free from violence. It combats impunity in the Constitutional Courts of Latin America (Mexico and Colombia)
This article analyses two judgments of constitutional courts in Latin America that apply the Belem do Pará Convention as part of the method of judging gender, and how this international treaty plays an essential role in effectively guaranteeing in the judicial sphere the human right of women to a li...
New responses to marital violence in Mexico?
in this work we explore whether, following the enactment of the Law on Women’s Access to a Life Free of Violence in 2007, changes are being made to the search for the exit of violent marital relationships through increased use of authorities or separation between Mexican women. On the basis of data...
Women in political spaces with a concerted agenda within the framework of regional autonomy
It is important to create this 25-year space for reflection following the adoption of the Statute of Autonomy of the two regions of the Atlantic coast of our country. This is basically underpinned by theoretical and practical international advancement of the individual and collective human rights of...
The duties of the State in the PROTECTION OF THE RIGHTS OF THE VÍCTIMAS DE VIOLENCIA DE GÉNERO AND THE GARANTEE OF ACCESS TO JUSTICE
The CEDAW, the DEDAW and the Istanbul Convention establish a catalogue of obligations ranging from the protection of victims of gender-based violence to the content of public policies, laws and actions to prevent, detect, protect and punish acts of violence against women. This set of service obligat...