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|Papers from the 3rd European Conference on Domestic Violence (ECDV Oslo)
European Conference on Domestic Violence Oslo
|Violence against women is increasingly animating policy debates across the globe. UNODC (2013) reports that such violence(s) impact upon 35% of women worldwide. The United Nation's Strategic Development Goals now include Goal 5 on the elimination of gender inequality with Target 5.2 focusing on all forms of violence against women and girls in the public and private spheres. Whilst there are national and regional variations on the nature, extent, and impact of such violence(s) it is nevertheless the case that over the last 40 years criminological research has been engaged in exploring these issues and the policy interventions they have generated. These articles from across the world, and freely available from the British Journal of Criminology, provide some basis for thinking about the wide range of violence(s) experienced by women on a routine daily basis from men they know as well as those they do not know. This work points to the endemic nature of such violence(s) and why the discipline along with campaigning voices still have much to do.
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