Ressources pour l'application des lois

American Bar Association (États-Unis), Standards of Practice for Lawyers Representing Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking in Civil Protection Order Cases.


Battered Women’s Justice Project (États-Unis), Domestic Violence Risk Assessment Bench Guide.


Commonwealth Secretariat, Guidelines for Police Training on Violence Against Women and Child Sexual Abuse (1999).


Inter Press Service, Reporting Gender-based Violence (2009).


National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (États-Unis), The Greenbook (1999).


Praxis International, Essential Skills in Coordinating Your Community Response to Battering: An E-Learning Course for CCR Coordinators.


Praxis International, Safety and Accountability Audit Logistics Guide.


Praxis International, Blueprint for Safety.


Ptacek, James, Battered Women in the Courtroom: The Power of Judicial Responses (1999).


Religions for Peace, Restoring Dignity: A Toolkit for Religious Communities to End Violence Against Women (2009).


UNIFEM, Domestic Violence: Legislation and its Implementation (2009).


UNIFEM, Picturing a Life Free from Violence: Media and Communications Strategies to End Violence Against Women.


UNFPA, Programming to Address Violence Against Women: 10 Case Studies (2007).


UNFPA, Programming to Address Violence Against Women: 8 Case Studies, vol. 2 (2008).


UNIFEM, A Life Free of Violence is Our Right! (2007).


USA, St. Paul Blueprint for Safety (2009).


USA, The Duluth Model (Domestic Abuse Intervention Programs).


USAID, Annual Report on Good Practices, Lessons Learned, and Success Stories (2006).


USAID, A Call to Act: Engaging Religious Leaders and Communities in Addressing Gender-based Violence and HIV (2009).


USAID, Mobilizing Religious Communities to Respond to Gender-based Violence and HIV: A Training Manual (2009).


U.S. Dept. of Justice, Practical Implications of Current Domestic Violence Research: For Law Enforcement, Prosecutors and Judges (2009).


Women’s Justice Center (USA), Tips for Social Workers, Counselors, Health Workers, Teachers, Clergy, and Others Helping Victims of Rape, Domestic Violence, and Child Abuse.


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