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Tens of thousands march for ban on abortions in Slovakia

Category: Gender in the world 

2019-09-23

In Slovakia, on-demand abortions are legal up until 12 weeks of a pregnancy while abortions for health reasons are allowed until 24 weeks

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Women to head top EU institutions for first time

Category: Gender in the world 

2019-07-03

Two women have won the backing of the EU’s leaders to head the European commission and European Central Bank, breaking with more than 60 years of male dominance

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Croatia pushes treaty on violence against women despite protests

Category: Gender based violence 

2018-03-22

The Croatian government urged parliament to ratify a European treaty designed to combat violence against women despite opposition within the ruling party

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Slovakia rejects treaty combating violence against women

Category: Gender based violence 

2018-02-23

Slovakia will not ratify a European treaty designed to combat violence against women, Prime Minister Robert Fico said bowing to opposition from junior coalition partner and religious groups

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Gender equality best in Sweden, worst in Greece

Category: Gender in the world 

2017-10-17

Sweden and Denmark top the EU in terms of gender equality in society, while Greece and Hungary rank at the bottom.

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Britain’s Celebrities Urge Government to Admit More Child Refugees

Category: Gender in the world 

2017-02-15

Only 200 unaccompanied children have been accepted under the nine-month plan. Another 150 will be admitted in the next few weeks before it is closed

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UN registered 99 sex crime allegations against its staff in 2015

Category: Gender based violence 

2016-03-04

There were 99 new allegations of sexual exploitation or sexual abuse against United Nations staff members across the U.N. system last year

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Violence, hostility slow Europe's progress on LGBTI equality - rights group

Category: Gender in the world 

Kieran Guilbert
2015-05-11

Azerbaijan, Russia and Armenia are the worst countries in Europe for LGBTI rights, but violence against LGBTI people remains rife across the continent

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Convention raises bar for Europe to combat violence against women

Category: Gender based violence 

Joseph D'Urso
2014-08-05

The convention was adopted in 2011 by all 47 Council of Europe members, which includes western and central European states as well as Turkey and some countries in the former Soviet Union

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Prime Minister of Georgia Calls for Ban of Same-Sex Marriage on Constitutional Level

Category: Gender in the world 

2014-03-31

The Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Garibashvili announced the initiative to define “family” as union between a man and a woman in the Georgian Constitution

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