Another sentence of the Edu Court that condemns Italy for the "inhuman and degrading treatment" of a woman: the authorities did not act to protect her from the violent ex-husband. Once again, magistrates prove inadequate in dealing with situations of domestic violence.
Ukraine Emergency / World Refugee Day: UNHCR-UNICEF's action continues in partnership with ARCI, D.i.Re, Save the Children and Stella Polare in response to people on the run
A little more than 100 days after the start of the conflict and in two months of activity, the two blue dots - safe spaces dedicated to women, children and people with specific needs, opened in Friuli Venezia Giulia by UNHCR and UNICEF in partnership with ARCI, D.i.Re, Save the Children and Stella Polare, have already reached 2600 people.
Nothing new, from the news. Two other women killed: mother and daughter killed in Modena after the woman reported her husband for mistreatment. The case was closed.
The non-recognition of violence continues to claim victims. Yet another feminicide free to act her violence
We find ourselves commenting, for the umpteenth time, on the chronicle of an announced death, or rather of two announced deaths. In Vicenza, Zlatan Vasiljevic murdered his ex-partner, Lidia Miljkovic with whom he had two children, and Gabriella Serrano with whom he had an affair.
Starting from Saturday 8 April, cultural operators and mediators of the national anti-violence network D.i.Re they are engaged in the UNHCR / UNICEF Blue dots located in the border areas of Fernetti (TS) and Tarvisio (UD).
D.iRe actively participates in welcoming Ukrainian women arriving at the border crossings of Fernetti (Trieste) and Tarvisio (Udine), in Friuli-Venezia-Giulia. Thanks to the multi-year collaboration with UNHCR, D.i.Re it is present in the Blue Dot of UNHCR itself and of UNICEF, with expert operators and cultural mediators of the anti-violence centers of the Network, to give concrete support to women and girls fleeing the war.
Italian state inadequate in the protection of women who report. Another conviction in a case of domestic violence for Italy by the European Court of Human Rights.
Today is the sentence of the Edu Court in the Landi v. Italy case which again condemns our country in a case of domestic violence in which a child lost his life at the hands of his father. Once again the Edu Court notes the inadequacy of the Italian state in protecting women who report domestic violence and their children.
In a very participatory assembly, for the first time in attendance after two years of pandemic, D.i.Re – Donne in Rete contro la violenza it renewed the members of the elected bodies, which will coordinate the organization of the Association for the next three years. Antonella Veltri, former President of D.i.Re since 2019, it has been unanimously confirmed and will be assisted by the Board of Directors, which is composed of: Anna Agosta, Elena Biaggioni, Cinzia Marroccoli, Francesca Maur, Ersilia Raffaelli, Nadia Somma, Manuela Ulivi, Mariangela Zanni. To complete the bodies of the Association, Ethel Carri, Federica Lucchesi, Francesca Vuaran were elected as members of the College of Guarantors of D.i.Re.
The latest news stories tell us about the death of Carol Maltesi, dismembered and thrown away, found more than two months after the femicide; and the killing of another woman, killed by her husband who then shot himself with the same murder weapon. Two other femicides add to the long list of women who died at the hands of a man they trusted. Male violence against women and feminicides must be countered with systemic actions and with continuity.
The Court of Cassation reiterates that parental alienation must be banned by the courts and affirms that minors must always be heard in proceedings concerning them. It is an important day for the fight against the re-legitimization of women. With the ordinance n. 286/2022, the Court of Cassation accepted the appeal presented by Laura Massaro against the provision which declared her forfeiture of parental responsibility and which ordered the transfer of the child to a family home.
The webinar WOMEN'S HUMAN RIGHTS ONLINE EVENT THE FAMILY COURTS will be held online on March 22, 2022, with the participation of Shazia Choudhry, Professor of Law, Faculty of Law Fellow in Law at Wadham College University of Oxford. The presentation of an approach based on the human rights of women in family law proceedings. A perspective that puts human rights back at the center and imposes reflections and strategies.