International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

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Violence against women is a daily occurrence that affects women all over the world, coming from all social and economic backgrounds. It is a social problem, not a women’s problem and we have to combat it together as a society.

To celebrate this important day, Rights! has chosen to offer you a selection of articles written throughout the years by different authors coming from different parts of the world. From France to the US, from South Asia to Turkey, they discuss women’s rights from different perspectives and suggest context-based solutions against violence and discrimination.

#womensrightsarehumanrights #InternationalDayfortheEliminationofViolenceagainstWomen

Reflecting on the Black and White Campaign in Turkey and the Country’s Long Overlooked Problem of Femicide

Yes, we still need the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

Dignity and Privacy: The Twin Cannons for De-criminalising Adultery in South Asia

Liberté, égalité, laïcité: How French secularism leads to the violation of human rights

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