Finally, Algeria undertakes to strengthen the empowerment of women to better reduce the effects of economic insecurity, which often leads to discrimination and violence against women.The relevance of the action draws its substance in the primary socialization, in the education, in the training of skills, in the detection of know-how and its encouragement, and also in all measures that are likely to guarantee the respect of the human dignity, at all times and at all moments.The Government commits to strengthen legal measures in order to guarantee a protective environment for women and children who are the victims of violence.
Belgium commits to align its policies to the Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and expand its National Action Plan The Government of Belgium commits to take the following steps to end violence against women and girls: Belgium commits itself to ratifying the Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence, and to align its policy in accordance with the provisions in the Convention.
Through the new National Action Plan (NAP), Belgium commits to implement more than 120 new measures to fight against various forms of violence, including intimate partner violence, forced marriages, honour-related violence and female genital mutilation.
A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | L | M | N | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | Afghanistan commits to proper implementation of laws and accountability of State actors to end violence against women The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan commits to ensuring the laws of the country are not misapplied and only those found guilty of defined crimes are punished, and that Government actors, including police and prosecutors, are held responsible for the correct application of laws.
Albania commits to implement laws, make justice accessible for survivors and engage men and boys in prevention efforts The Government of Albania commits to implement the criminal code, introduce further amendments and ensure sensitization and training of members of the judiciary, to address violence against women and girls.
The first stage of this campaign is promoting the recently launched toll-free hotline for victims of domestic violence.
The Government of Belarus commits to develop a comprehensive national system of response to gender violence, which will include increased number of crisis rooms and improved medical, social and legal services for survivors and measures to combat male aggressive behaviour.The NAP has been updated in collaboration with the different stakeholders with new measures.Belgium will stay committed to implement its action plan to end violence against women.Australia commits to a zero tolerance approach to domestic violence and sexual abuse The Australian Government is committed to a zero tolerance approach to domestic violence and sexual abuse, under the current National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children.Australia has released the National Implementation Plan and key initiatives include the following: Austria commits to ratify and implement the Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against women Austria commits to ratify the Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence (CAHVIO) by the end of 2013 and use gender responsive budgeting practices when developing national budgets, including for justice and security sectors.Furthermore, under the current National Plan for Gender Equality and the Law on Crime Prevention, Belarus will implement concrete measures to address and prevent domestic violence and develop a new law to counter domestic violence.