Theorien, Methoden und Politiken der Chancengleichheit. London: London Metropolitan University , European Commission co-author : Feasibility study to assess the possibilities, opportunities and needs to standardize national legislation on violence against women, violence against children and sexual orientation violence.
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Luxembourg: Analytical study of the results of the third round of monitoring the implementation of Recommendation Rec 5 on the protection of women against violence in Council of Europe member states. Hagemann-White et al. The two projects were closely linked.
In an instrument was developed for mapping legislation and institutional regulations for all forms of violence against women and violence against children. This extensive questionnaire was filled out by regional consultants and their expert contacts for 38 European countries EU member states, candidates, EFTA states and the Western Balkans.
In the course of this work, patterns of convergence in legal frameworks became visible, as did the differences in implementation and impact due to the diversity of traditions, legal and institutional cultures. Continuation of the Realising Rights project in permitted exploring the diversity in selected countries for three thematic case study areas.
Through these two studies, the need for research towards a deeper understanding of the cultural underpinnings of the differing guiding principles and practices that shape implementing legal norms, as well as issues around the ethics of intervention became evident and were a major driving force towards developing new research with a focus on these questions.
Through the research in these projects a broad foundation of factual and structural information has been built up, allowing the subsequent four-country CEINAV study to direct its full attention to philosophical and cultural issues, and to examine in depth the the commonalities and differences in intervention systems and experiences. Onwuegbu, Obed I. Onwuegbu Ph.
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