EVAWElimination of Violence against Women
EVAWEnding Violence Against Women (Project)
EVAWEncyclopedia of Vernacular Architecture of the World (Emerald Group Publishing Limited)
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Such outcomes directly contradict the spirit and letter of the EVAW Law."
EVAW says new victims of sex offenders Max Clifford, Ray Teret and Stuart Hall came forward after they were identified.
On the other hand, despite the EVAW decree, only a small percentage of reports of violence against women are registered with the judicial system, and about one-third of those proceed to trial.
The Elimination of Violence Against Women (EVAW) Law would be passed and education reform introduced, he concluded.
Afghanistan has taken measures to address violence against women, particularly through the adoption of the Elimination of Violence Against Women (EVAW) law and the establishment of provincial commissions on for
Number of steps can be taken like - Reinforce and expand efforts to implement the Elimination of Violence Against Women (EVAW law), including protections against child marriage and domestic violence.
Professor Liz Kelly from the Violence against Women's Coalition (EVAW) and head of Women and Child Abuse Studies and Research Unit at London Metropolitan University said:
President Karzai passed the Elimination of Violence against Women (EVAW) law by decree in 2009.
Just three days ago parliament cut short a debate on the Elimination of Violence against Women (EVAW) law, which was passed by presidential decree in 2009, after traditionalist MPs complained it was un-Islamic.
The Elimination of Violence against Women (EVAW) law, which was passed by a presidential decree in 2009, is seen as a benchmark piece of legislation marking progress since the fall of the Taleban regime nearly 12 years ago.
Anti-war MP George Galloway has been named Sexist of the Year in a poll carried out by the pressure group End Violence Against Women (Evaw).
Platform 51 will partner End Violence Against Women (EVAW) and use the pounds 37,500 grant from Rosa to work with young women in Knowsley, challenging the portrayal of women as "nothing more than sex objects in the music video industry".