Feminicide publications

Feminicide: A Global Phenomenon - From Santiago to Brussels

Published: 28 May 2015

Feminicide/femicide is the most extreme form of violence against women. It is not a matter of “…isolated incidents that arise suddenly and unexpectedly, but rather the ultimate act of violence which is experienced in a continuum of violence" against women.

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Feminicide: A Global Phenomenon

Published: 13 March 2014

The purpose of this publication, the third in the series “Feminicide: A Global Phenomenon”, is to identify the content to be included in this new space for bi-regional dialogue on gender issues with regard to violence against women and the importance of the participation of defenders of women’s rights in this area.

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Feminicido: Un Fenomeno Global - De Lima a Madrid

Published: 3 December 2013

Feminicides refer to cases in which the victims women, after experiencing continuous discrimination throughout their lives, are killed because they are. Going beyond the emblematic cases in Mexico and Guatemala, this publication offers a regional perspective on feminicide in Latin America. It gives voice to prominent women activists, academics, human rights defenders and civil society.

Feminicidio - De México a Lima

Published: 31 March 2004

A big obstacle in the struggle against Feminicide is the impunity of these crimes. This stems from an often-weak institutional framework and from a general apathy laced with pejorative stereotypes and victim-blaming

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