Find: Violence against Women and Girls (Documents)

Find: Violence against Women and Girls (Documents)

Tackling violence against women and girls strategy (easy read version)

Crimes of violence against women and girls include rape and other sexual offences. Stalking, . . . domestic abuse, ‘honour-based’ abuse (including female genital mutilation, forced marriage and ‘honour’ killings), ‘revenge porn’, ‘upskirting’ and many others.
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Tackling violence against women and girls strategy

Violence against women and girls is an unacceptable, preventable issue which blights the lives of . . . millions. Crimes of violence against women and girls are many and varied. They include rape and other sexual offences, stalking, domestic abuse, ‘honour- based’ abuse (including female genital mutilation and forced marriage and ‘honour’ killings), ‘revenge porn’ and ‘upskirting’, as well as many others. While different types of violence against women and girls have their own distinct causes and impacts on victims and survivors, what these crimes share is that they disproportionately affect women and girls.
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