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Advocates for Human Rights, Domestic Violence in Bulgaria (1996).

 

Advocates for Human Rights, Domestic Violence in Moldova (2000).

 

Advocates for Human Rights, Domestic Violence in Poland (2002).

 

Advocates for Human Rights, Lifting the Last Curtain: A Report on Domestic Violence in Romania (1995).

 

Advocates for Human Rights, StopVAW.

 

Afghanistan, Don’t destroy the future of your children by forced marriages, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

al-Aous, Yahya, National Forum on Honor Crimes, AL-THARA (Syria).

 

Albania, Law on Measures against Violence in Family Relations, (2006).

 

Albania, Police Protocol on Domestic Violence (USAID 2006).

 

Albania, Judicial Benchbook Regarding Protection Orders (USAID 2006).

 

Armenia, Trainings on domestic violence for social workers, parent-teacher associations, and journalists, as part of the “Men against Violence” programme, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Australia, Coordinated Community Response to Domestic Violence (CCR) Wynnum Pilot Project (2000).

 

Australia, The National Plan to Reduce Violence Against Women: Immediate Government Actions (2009).

 

Austria, Information for the Special Rapporteur on violence against women (Letter from the Austrian Mission in Geneva, Oct. 2005).

 

Austria, Amendment to the Criminal Procedure Code 2006, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Avon Foundation, Press Release (March 11, 2010).

 

Bangladesh, Acid-Offences Prevention Act of 2002.

 

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

 

Battered Women’s Justice Project (USA), Domestic Violence Safety and Accountability Audit.

 

Belarus, UN Secretary-general’s database on violence against women.

 

Brazil, Law 11.340/2006 (Maria da Penha law) (2006).

 

Bulgaria, Bulgarian Law on Protection against Domestic Violence (Amended, 2009).

 

Cape Verde, Quebrar o Silêncio, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Caribbean Community, Model Legislation on Sexual Harassment (2009).

 

CEHAT (India), Establishing Dilaasa: Documenting the Challenges (2005).

 

Centre for Social Research (India), Press Release (2009).

 

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

 

Coordinated Community Response (National Center for Domestic and Sexual Violence (USA) 2010).

 

Costa Rica, Criminalization of Violence against Women Law (2007).

 

Croatia, Centre for Education, Counseling and Research Curricula.

 

Cyprus, Manual of Interdepartmental Procedures, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Cyprus, Mandatory reporting of family violence, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

Cyprus, Violence in the Family Law 212(I)/2004 (2004).

 

Czech Republic, National Strategy to Combat Trafficking in Human Beings 2008-2011.

 

Davis, Rachel et al., Sexual Violence and the Spectrum of Prevention (National Sexual Violence Resource Center (USA) 2006).

 

Denmark, Amendment to the Act of Social Service, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Denmark, Stop Violence Against Women – Break the Silence, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Denmark, Minister of Social Affairs and Gender Equality, Stop Violence Against Women – Break the Silence (brochure).

 

Diop, Nafissatou J. et al., The Tostan Program – Evaluation of a Community Based Education Program in Senegal (Population Council 2004).

 

Eritrea, Campaign Against Female Genital Mutilation, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Estonia, Victim Support Act.

 

Estonia, Handbooks for social workers and victim support officials for assisting victims of human trafficking, as well as for police, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

European Union, Daphne Project, An end to sexual harassment at work, Daphne Illustrative Case #6.

 

European Union, Daphne Project, Work as a safe place for woman - Information campaign against woman sexual harassment at work.

 

First Gender Justice and Local Government Summit Awards, Pambazuka.org (2010).

 

Ford, David A. & Susan Breall, Violence Against Women: Synthesis of Research for Prosecutors (National Inst. of Justice (USA), 2000).

 

Fowlie, Jonathan, B.C. to train police, prosecutors on domestic violence, Vancouver Sun, March 17, 2010.

 

France, Decree of 20 August 2007 regarding eligibility for social housing, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

France, UNEDIC Convention of 18 January 2006, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Gender Based Violence, Human Resources for Health.

 

Global Rights, Conditions not Conflict: Promoting Women’s Rights in the Maghreb through Strategic Use of the Marriage Contract (2008).

 

Goodman, Jill Laurie & Dorchen A. Leidholdt (eds.), Lawyer’s Manual on Domestic Violence (2006).

 

Greece, Code on Municipalities and Communities, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Guanzon, Rowena, Laws on Violence against Women in the Philippines (UN DAW Expert Paper, May 2008).

 

Guatemala, Law against Femicide and other Forms of Violence against Women (2006) (Spanish).

 

Helling, Julie A., Specialized Criminal Domestic Violence Courts (Battered Women’s Justice Project).

 

Honduras, Criminal Procedure Code (1984).

 

Human Rights Watch, World Report 2008 – Zambia (2008).

 

Human Rights Watch, Zambia: Curbing Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (2008).

 

Immigration & Refugee Board of Canada, Venezuela: Implementation and effectiveness of the 2007 Organic Law on the Rights of Women to a Life free of Violence (2008).

 

India, Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act.

 

India, Violence Against Women (Breakthrough 2010).

 

International Association of Chiefs of Police, Police Response to Violence Against Women.

 

International Association of Women Judges, Jurisprudence of Equality Program.

 

International Federation of Social Workers, International Policy on Women (2005).

 

International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, Best Practice Manual for the Investigation and Prosecution of Sexual Violence Crimes in Situations of Armed Conflict (2008).

 

International Planned Parenthood Foundation, Improving the Health Sector Response to Gender-based Violence: A Resource Manual for Health Professionals in Developing Countries (2004).

 

Inter News, Global Issues – Women and Media.

 

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

 

Ireland, Department of Justice, National Action Plan to Prevent and Combat Trafficking of Human Beings in Ireland 2009-2012.

 

Ireland, Department of Justice, Press Release: Human Trafficking Bill Published (Oct. 11, 2007).

 

Ireland, Submission to the National Action Plan to Prevent and Combat Human Trafficking (Immigrant Council of Ireland 2007).

 

Ireland, Submission to the Proposed National Action Plan to Prevent and Combat Human Trafficking (Migrant Rights Centre Ireland 2007).

 

Israel, Government Resolution No. 2670 of December 2, 2007, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Israel, Official Medal of Honor for the Fight Against Trafficking, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Israel, Prevention of Family Violence Law.

 

Italy, Law n. 38/2009 (2009) (Italian).

 

Japan, Act on the Prevention of Spousal Violence and the Protection of Victims (Act No. 31 of 2001) (2001).

 

Japan, Training Institute for Correctional Personnel, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Jubb, Nadine et al., Regional Mapping Study of Women’s Police Stations in Latin America (CEPLAES (Ecuador) 2008).

 

Kelly, Liz & Jo Lovett, What a Waste: The Case for an Integrated Violence Against Women Strategy (Women’s National Commission (UK) 2005).

 

Kenya, Sexual Offences Act (2006).

 

Kithaka, Anne, Enforcement of the Sexual Offences Act in Kenya, Pambazuka News (2008).

 

Kosovo, Women’s Safety and Security Initiative, Fact Sheet (UNDP 2008).

 

Kyrgystan, Law No. 170 on the protection of the rights of witnesses, injured parties and other participants in criminal proceedings dated 16 August 2006, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Littel, Kristin et al., Assessing the Justice System Response to Violence Against Women: A Tool for Communities to Develop Coordinated Responses (Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse, 1998).

 

Littel, Kristin, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Programs: Improving the Community Response to Sexual Assault Victims (U.S. Dept. of Justice Office for Victims of Crime 2001).

 

Mexico, Law on Access of Women to a Life Free of Violence (2006) (Spanish).

 

Mongolia, Law on Combating Domestic Violence (1999).

 

Mushota, Rebecca, Emergency pill for victims of rape, defilement, Times of Zambia (2005).

 

Myanmar, Anti-Trafficking in Persons Law (2005).

 

National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (USA), The Greenbook (1999).

 

National Judicial Education Program (USA), Intimate Partner Sexual Abuse (online training course).

 

SART Sexual Assault Response Teams (National Sexual Violence Resource Center (USA)).

 

Nepal: Fast-Track Courts Ordered for Cases Involving Women, Children (Library of Congress News & Events, Feb. 23, 2010).

 

Newmark, Lisa et al., Specialized Felony Domestic Violence Courts: Lessons on Implementation and Impacts from the Kings County Experience (Urban Institute (USA) 2001).

 

New Mexico Judicial Education Center (USA), Handling Domestic Violence Cases: An Online Course.

 

New Mexico Judicial Education Center (USA), Stalking and Harassment (online training course).

 

Nevala, Sami, Expert Paper: International Violence Against Women Survey (IVAWS) (UN Division for the Advancement of Women 2005).

 

Pakistan, Society for the Advancement of Community, Health, Education, and Training, Fight Against Dowry.

 

Pakistan, Fight Against Dowry, Communication Initiative Network.

 

Paraguay, Trainings on Gender, Violence, and Law 1600, UN Secretary General’s database on violence against women.

 

Philippines, Anti-violence Against Women and their Children Act of 2004: Implementing Rules and Regulations (NCRFW 2004).

 

Philippines, Factbook on Global Sexual Exploitation (1999).

 

Philippines, Rape Victims Assistance Act (1998).

 

Philippines, Republic Act 9262.

 

Philippines, Department of Health, Women & Children Protection Units & Health Services: Performance Standards and Assessment Tools (2008).

 

Philippines, Department of Justice, Prosecution Services: Performance Standards and Assessment Tools (2008).

 

Philippines, Department of the Interior and Local Government, Services of Local Government Units: Performance Standards and Assessment Tools (2008).

 

Philippines, Performance Standards and Assessment Tools for Services Addressing Violence Against Women in the Philippines, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Preda Foundation, Philippines – Trafficking in Persons (2009).

 

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

 

RAINN (USA), International Sexual Assault Resources.

 

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

 

Republic of Korea, Act on Punishment of Sexual Crimes and Protection of Victims, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Republic of Korea, Act on the Prevention of Domestic Violence.

 

Republic of Korea, Korean Institute for Gender Equality, UN Secretary General’s database on violence against women.

 

Sack, Emily, Creating a Domestic Violence Court: Guidelines and Best Practices (Family Violence Prevention Fund (USA) 2002).

 

Sadusky, Jane, Working Effectively with the Police (Battered Women’s Justice Project, 2001).

 

Serbia, Family Law, UN Secretary-generals’ database on violence against women.

 

Southern African Development Community, Protocol on Gender and Development (2008).

 

Spain, Organic Act 1/2004 of 28 December on Integrated Protection Measures against Gender Violence (2004).

 

Sweden, Act Prohibiting Discrimination and Other Degrading Treatment of Children and School Students (2006).

 

Sweden, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Switzerland, City of Zurich, The Project “Domestic Violence – perception – intervention” in the Maternité Women’s Clinic, City Hospital, Triemli, Zurich (2008).

 

Switzerland, Canton de Zurich: formation des professionnels de la santé / Zurich: training of health professionals, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Switzerland, Law On Assistance for Victims of Crime (2007) (French).

 

Syria, National Conference on Honor Crimes, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Tanzania, Say No To Violence Against Women Campaign, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Tanzania, NGO Thematic Shadow Report on Older Women’s Rights in Tanzania (HelpAge International 2007).

 

Tanzania, TAMWA Model Campaign with the Media (Stop FGM/C 2004).

 

Thailand, Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act (2003).


Thailand, Training of Immigration Officers on Trafficking, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Thomas, Cheryl, Judicial Response and Demeanor in the Domestic Violence Court (WATCH (USA) 2001).

 

Thomas, Cheryl, Domestic Violence, in 1 Women and International Human Rights Law 219, 225 (Kelly D. Askin & Dorean M. Koenig eds., 1999)

 

Timor-Leste, Training Manual on Domestic Violence for Police, UN Secretary General’s database on violence against women.

 

Turkey, Municipality Law No.5393, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

UK, Crown Prosecution Service, Policy for Prosecuting Cases of Domestic Violence (2009).

 

UK, Dept. for Children, Schools and Families, Violence Against Women and Girls: Advisory group final report and recommendations (2010).

 

UK, Guidance on Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education (2007).

 

UK, Guidelines on Supporting Women Who Have Been Affected by Violence and Abuse, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

UK, National Probation Service Interim Domestic Abuse Policy, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

UK, Together We Can End Violence against Women and Girls: A Strategy (2009).

 

UK, Training of Prosecutors, UN Secretary General’s database on violence against women.

 

United Nations, Handbook for Legislation on Violence Against Women (2009).

 

United Nations, Secretary-General’s In-depth Study on all Forms of Violence Against Women (2006).

 

UNFPA, Programming to Address Violence Against Women: 8 Case Studies vol. 2 (2009).

 

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

 

UNFPA, A Practical Approach to Gender-Based Violence (2001).

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

UNODC, Model Law against Trafficking in Persons.

 

Uruguay, Law 17.514 (2002) (Spanish).

 

USA, American Bar Association, Comprehensive Issue Spotting: A Tool for Civil Attorneys Representing Victims of Domestic & Dating Violence, Sexual Assault & Stalking (2008).

 

USA, American Bar Association, Standards of Practice for Lawyers Representing Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking in Civil Protection Order Cases (2007).

 

USA, About the CCRC (Santa Fe Coordinated Community Response Council).

 

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

 

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

 

USA, Family and Medical Leave Act (2010).

 

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

 

USA, Dept. of Justice, Minimum Standards for Creating a Coordinated Community Response to Violence Against Women on Campus (2008).

 

USA, Dept. of Justice, OVW Grant Programs.

 

USA, Department of State, Trafficking in Persons Report (2008).

 

USA, Department of State, Trafficking in Persons Report (2009).

 

USA, Minnesota Statute Ch. 518B.

 

USA, Minnesota, Domestic Abuse Service Center.

 

USA, Office for Victims of Crime, Directory of International Crime Victim Compensation Programs (2005).

 

USA, Office for Victims of Crime, Implementing SANE Programs in Rural Communities.

 

USA, Violence Against Women Act (2005).

 

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, Gender-Based Violence: A Collection and Review of Existing Materials for Training Health Workers (2006).

 

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

 

Venezuela, Training of civil servants, UN Secretary-General’s database on violence against women.

 

Women Against Violence Europe (WAVE) Network, More Than a Roof Over Your Head (2002).

 

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.

 

World Association for Christian Communication, Mission Possible: A Gender and Media Advocacy Toolkit.

 

Zambia, An Act to amend the Zambia Police Act (1999).

 

Ztimuki, Tova, Combating Human Trafficking, ynet news.com (2007).