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  • Due diligence and States’ responsibility to eliminate violence against women: some country cases (Nepal, India, Afghanistan, Italy)

    This article stems from observations made over 12 years in various countries around the world on the phenomenon of male violence against women and girls, and on the policy and legislative responses given in the various Member States. This analysis is based on the experience gained during the work ca...

  • The current situation of the Anti-Violence Centres: in balance with possible

    The direct observatory of an Anti-Violence Centre in a city of Emilia Romagna proposes a reflection on the experience of anti-violence centres and their methodological foundations. A brief analysis of the forms of organisation, national and regional, anticipates the underlying view of the article: t...

  • Male violence and feminicide: introduction

    The contributions presented in this monograph of the scientific journal ‘M@gm @’ on violence and feminicide are due to women who for years have been confronted for political and professional reasons with a hard and difficult theme and who have worked for male violence to get out of the shadow cone t...

  • The violence we do not mention

    The roots of the violence are in patriarchal culture, which still informs itself about school and university structures and curricula, the choices to evaluate the resources needed by humanity and the institutions that regulate the relationship between women and men in relation to the reproduction of...

  • What kind of law?

    the recent decree-law on femicide originates in a climate, especially the media, in which violence against women is read as an ‘emergency’. This key to understanding the phenomenon presents a number of risks: first, to re-propose a model of public intervention focusing mainly on the repressive appro...

  • The ‘feminicide’ law

    The ‘feminicide’ law (Law 119/2014) is analysed in its criminal policy law scope and as a first (supposed) legislative step towards a comprehensive, articulated and funded intervention to prevent and combat gender-based violence against women. We criticise the choice of the Decree-Law and analyse th...

  • Share knowledge to change the world: networking against violence against women

    In the past twenty years, we have experienced an increasing focus on male violence against women in Italy. Media attention, political attention, people’s and communities’ attention. The practice of listening to and dealing with women in difficulties as a result of violence that began in the second h...

  • Women: the freedom suffered

    Exite. I look at their full cheaks, the eyes coated, the careful expression, and I cannot speak. I don’t know where to start. I wonder whether it is appropriate to do so. How do I tell Lorraine Cultraro to these boys and girls with sweet and serious expression? How do I say that it has been raped an...

  • Femicide: for information that goes beyond the relegitimisation of the media

    Changing culture means changing the way of thinking, with awareness and knowledge that makes it possible to trace stereotypes and hidden roles in the deep folds of society, and so rooted in our way of being, that they are almost invisible. Stereotypes that are an integral part of our way of life, pl...

  • UDI STOP Femminicide

    The UDI, the Union of Women in Italy, collaborated with the Observatory of Communications Processes on a monograph of the scientific journal M@gm @ entitled ‘Men and Femicide Violence’. The monograph number aims to make available the analysis, experience and history of our and our interlocutors, as...

  • Feminist dialogues on image violence

    Two feminists with different backgrounds and specialisations, a scholar and activist involved in radical social movements and the head of the largest women’s association in Italy (UDI) opened a dialogue on symbolic violence of sexually explicit advertising, particularly on the use of forms of sexual...

  • Femicide and women’s movement

    The institutional structure is based on inequality and asymmetry between men and women in the enjoyment of freedoms, while showing flexibility and benefits towards women in declarations of principle by both progressives and conservatives. The political and social opposition voiced by the women’s mov...

  • Femicide, i.e. murder without any amorphous passion

    Under the Istanbul Convention, violence against every woman must be regarded as violence against women, made possible because sexual discrimination against women has not been eradicated. In order to tackle the criminal phenomena of violence against women and, above all, to prevent them, action is ne...

  • In your opinion, who killed Mrs Altieri?

    the article opens with an overview of data and facts on femicides and gender-based violence in Switzerland which shows that these phenomena are unfortunately extremely topical. A discussion is then proposed on how schools should play a key role in combating violence against women, on the particular...

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