Event Report Human Rights and Gender


Homophobia, discrimination and social exclusion are part of the day-to-day life of LGBTI persons in Honduras due to cultural background, religious fundamentalism and impunity. The event report examines if the European Union can help to overcome impunity of crimes against human rights defenders and LGBTI activists.


Feminicide and Violence against women in Latin America and the European Union: The 8th Conference on Feminicide "The Duty of Due Diligence to Eradicate Feminicide" examined what has been done in the framework of the EU-CELAC since the adoption of 2013-2015 Action Plan on gender.


Could the European Neighbourhood Policy and other EU foreign policy initiatives contribute to the improvement of the LGBTI rights situation in the region?


Find here the comprehensive report of our capacity building 'Europe, Let’s Speak Out for LGBTI Rights in Africa'.

What are the effects and consequences of the media treatment of violence against women on feminicide?

Feminicide, is the killing of a woman because she is a women. As the most extreme form of violence against women it is the manifestation of Gender inequality and men’s power over women.

“Gender-related killings of women” is the expression that Rashida Manjoo, United Nations Special Rapporteur (UNSR) on Violence Against Women (VaW), has chosen for her 2012 report to name the most “extreme manifestation of existing forms of VaW”.

The European Parliament resolution on ‘The murder of women (feminicide) in Mexico and Central America and the role of the European Union in fighting the phenomenon’ (2007/2025(INI)), is an instrument that, if properly applied, can serve as an appropriate means to fight against this phenomenon.