OH, POOR WOMEN! a month of fight against female poverty.
On International Women's Rights Day, D.i.Re launches an awareness and information campaign on a theme that is still too little debated and only marginally addressed: women's poverty.
Cutro massacre, state massacre.
“Too many responsibilities, too many faults in the umpteenth announced tragedy of Cutro. All within the design of a policy that closes the borders, renders helpless the NGOs who desperately try to rescue people on hellish journeys to seek protection” declares Antonella Veltri, president D.i.Re – Donne in Rete contro la violenza.
Saman Abbas case: the Network associations D.i.Re admitted as a civil party
"The civil plaintiff admission of the Trame di Terra and NonDaSola associations - which are part of the national network of anti-violence centers D.i.Re – has great value because they are the guardian of women's freedom from male violence in every area. The role of anti-violence centers is fundamental and must be supported and recognized because anti-violence centers make a difference in women's lives"
Still discounts for Genovese
“The Cartabia reform has offered Genovese an opportunity presented on a silver platter, that of further reducing a sentence that had already been generously contained, with the result that it is the offended people who are waiting to obtain adequate compensation, with the concrete risk that the defendant will be released sooner than they will be compensated"
Afghanistan: universities closed for women. We open the doors of Italian universities. Appeal of D.i.Re to the rector and rectors
A further, last squeeze on the freedom of women in Afghanistan: the absolute ban on university attendance, which comes less than three months after thousands of girls and women have sat the university entrance exams across the country. Last spring, the Taliban had already banned female students from attending school beyond the sixth grade, the equivalent of our sixth grade.
Wishing rape is a crime. Mayor Camiciottoli condemned and the role of anti-violence associations recognized.
The Court of Appeal of Genoa upheld the sentence [...]