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   Association for Emancipation, Solidarity and Equality of Women.




EU-EIGE - Combating Cyber Violence Against Women & Girls


Combating Cyber Violence against Women and Girls | European Institute for Gender Equality (

25 November 2022 - Digital platforms have often been celebrated for allowing equal opportunities for public self-expression, regardless of one’s identity and status.

Yet, not everyone is welcome in the cyberspace. The digital arena has become a breeding ground for a range of exclusionary and violent discourses and beliefs, expressed and disseminated in a context of anonymity and impunity.

Both women and men can be victims of cyber violence. However, evidence shows that women and girls are highly exposed to it. Not only are they more likely to be targeted by cyber violence; they can also suffer from serious consequences, resulting in physical, sexual, psychological or economic harm and suffering.

Women and girls often end up withdrawing from the digital sphere, silencing and isolating themselves and eventually losing opportunities to build their education, professional career and support networks.

The aim of this report is to provide an in-depth investigation into the phenomenon of cyber violence and to examine how it affects women and girls specifically.

Source: WUNRN – 06.01.2023






Women Health Workers: Ending Sexual Exploitation, Abuse & Harassment

Direct Link to Full 34-Page 2022 Report: WGH-Her-Stories-SEAH-Report_Policy-Report-Dec-2022.pdf (

This report is dedicated by the WGH movement to the millions of women in the health sector who work every day to keep us healthy and safe. We acknowledge their expertise, dedication, the value of their work and their right to work with dignity free from violence, sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment. As a movement, WGH advocates for a new social contract for all women health workers based on safe, decent and equal work, including equality in leadership and decision-making and fair pay. We call for an immediate end to work-related sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment and all forms of violence against women working in the health sector. We thank the women health workers from all over the world who shared their stories with us for this policy report. This is their story.

Source: WUNRN – 22.12.2022

Right to Food & Nutrition Watch: False Solutions to Hunger & Malnutrition

Direct Link to Full 32-Page 2021 Right to Food & Nutrition Watch Report:

rtfn_watch13-2021_eng_web.pdf (

Realizing a holistic human right to adequate food and nutrition can shift the conversation beyond food access and charity, and also uncover solutions that strike at the systemic root causes of hunger and poverty. In the same way that the causes of food insecurity were palpable long before the COVID-19 outbreak, the responses to the increased need for food and income during these times are also not ‚new‘. Grassroots organizations and their communities, and global social movements, have a long history of organizing and responding to the needs of those seeking food and income – from mutual aid to solidarity brigades, to increased household and community food production.

Source: WUNRN – 20.12.2022



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