Sara De Vido Associate Professor Ca Foscari University
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Sara De Vido, Associate Professor, Ca’ Foscari University, Venice 1 Complying with the Istanbul Convention in times of a pandemic
Ø The pandemic and the “Gender crisis”. Ø The continuum of violence. Ø Intersectionality of the effects of the pandemic and of the measures in response to it. Ø Data and the Istanbul Convention. Ø Gender-based violence against women during the pandemic: a multifaceted violence. 2 QUESTION 1
3 DATA ON VIOLENCE: AN EXAMPLE FROM ITALY
QUESTION 2 Ø Key issue: the pandemic has drawn out existing shortcomings and gaps in the implementation of the Istanbul Convention. Ø The Convention and the pandemic: some examples of gaps. Ø The response to the pandemic – international human rights law. Ø Obligations of the Istanbul Convention do not suspend in times of a 4 pandemic – identification of «core elements» .
QUESTION 3 Ø Important issues in the transition phase Ø Gender perspective in all policies, disruption of patterns of discrimination, intersectional approach, online violence. Ø Emergency measures as temporary measures. Ø Ratification of the Istanbul Convention, including by the EU (and its 5 potential effects on EU law).
THANK YOU! Ø Sara. [email protected]. it Ø @saradevido 6 Ø https: //manchesteruniversitypress. co. uk/9781526124975/