July 24, 2023. The National Association D.i.Re published the report on the 2022 data. "Anti-violence centers continue to be a fundamental point of reference for thousands of women who decide to embark on their path to exit violence, in Italy" declares Antonella Veltri, president D.i.Re
July 13, 2022. The National Association D.i.Re – Donne in Rete contro la violenza has published the new report on data referring to 2021. For 15 years, D.i.Re carries out the collection of data on the activities of member organizations, which makes it possible to achieve three objectives: illustrate the characteristics of the organizations that are part of it, the services and resources they offer, collect data on women received and on the violence suffered, collect information on the perpetrator of violence.
Over 20.000 women supported in 2020, new accesses drop by about 7% due to the protracted lockdown due to Covid19. For the rest, the data confirm the structural nature of violence: it is mainly carried out in intimate relationships, by partners or ex, mainly of Italian nationality.
A new survey released today by D.i.Re confirms how - in civil and juvenile courts - the Istanbul Convention is not applied, domestic violence and witnessed violence are not recognized, and the reports of the expert witnesses are practically transformed into sentences that revitimize women. The voice and experience of the advocates of the anti-violence centers.
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Samira. For a competent and timely reception of women and girls in situations of violence and trafficking in Italy
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