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News on the work of the Committee on Equality and Non-Discrimination of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
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PACE_Equality Sep 21
On the eve of , , 's rapporteur on , calls for the official recognition of sign languages at national level to help their promotion & protection
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PACE_Equality Sep 21
Official recognition of can facilitate access to public life, education and employment for deaf people and be a step towards more societies
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PACE_Equality Sep 20
Time to move from rhetoric to action in combating , implementing , concludes Chair Elvira Kovács
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PACE_Equality Sep 20
Forced marriage & are incompatible w/ human rights. Listen to survivors & work with civil society to combat such
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Liliane Maury Pasquier Sep 20
Replying to @PACE_President
4/ « C’est pourquoi, j’ai fait de la lutte contre cette inégalité l’une des priorités politiques de ma présidence à l’APCE ».
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Liliane Maury Pasquier Sep 20
Replying to @PACE_President
3/ « Hélas le n’épargne pas le monde politique. Tant que l’inégalité entre les femmes et les hommes persiste, aucune femme n’est à l’abri de la violence et du harcèlement », a souligné Liliane Maury Pasquier.
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Liliane Maury Pasquier Sep 20
Replying to @PACE_President
2/ ... la présentation le 16 octobre à Genève d’une étude sur le , le harcèlement et la violence à l’égard des femmes dans les parlements en Europe.
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Liliane Maury Pasquier Sep 20
1/ A l’occasion du 2ème Forum féminin eurasien à Saint-Petersbourg, la Présidente de l’APCE et la Présidente de l’Union Interparlementaire, Gabriela Cuevas Barron, ont annoncé...
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PACE_Equality Sep 20
To tackle effectively we also have to overcome structural violence against women, stresses
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PACE_Equality Sep 20
Il est temps que la honte change de camp, rappelle
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PACE_Equality Sep 20
Even States not parties can use as a blueprint for national law, policy and strategies to combat , says
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Liri Kopaci-Di Miche Sep 20
.: we need to ensure comprehensive approach when implementing @ on . Indeed the convention calls for involvement of all relevant state agencies & services so that & are tackled in coordinated way on basis of protocols 4 cooperation.
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PACE_Equality Sep 20
Domestic violence is a gendered issue & the is the single most important tool to keep women safe, says
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Liri Kopaci-Di Miche Sep 20
Claims that is against “traditional family values” “ideologically biased” “forcing multiple genders » are unfair, untrue & dangerous. Convention provides essential tools 2 uphold fundamental of women 2 live life .
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Liri Kopaci-Di Miche Sep 20
Legally speaking, on & is the most substantial move that has been made by the international community to combat & girls ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ Rapporteur on implementation of Convention
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PACE_Equality Sep 20
Lively discussion on achievements and challenges in implementing on today with MPs from Jordan Morocco & Palestine
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PACE Sep 19
It’s time to end discrimination against families, says the Committee, urging for all, regardless of sexual orientation, in a text approved today. Plenary debate and final vote due 10 October.
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PACE_Equality Sep 19
Official recognition of can increase political participation of deaf persons, ensure access to information and facilitate access to public services, M. Wheatley
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PACE_Equality Sep 19
Official recognition of can prevent marginalisation of deaf persons &have a great impact. As an example, in Luxembourg, parents of children get 100 hours of language teaching so as to be able to communicate with their children, M. Wheatley
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