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Combating Violence Against Women in Central Asia: New Laws, Old Practices
Location of production | Year of production | Running time: 
Astana | 2021 | 1:58:43
Corporate author: 
PaperLab (Public policy research)
Asia and the Pacific
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The problem of violence against women is still acute in Central Asian countries. According to the UN, 18% of women from the countries of this region reported that they had personally experienced domestic violence and discrimination. At the PaperLab online discussion platform, experts and researchers, together with representatives of civil society and government agencies, discussed the topic of combating gender-based violence in the context of legislative and programmatic measures that are being implemented in Central Asian countries.

Resource Type: 
Conference and programme reports
Multimedia materials
Human rights
Level of education: 
Non-formal education