European Parliament Resolution of 2 February 2006 on the Current Situation in Combating Violence against Women and any Future Action (P6_TA (2006) 0038)
By adopting this resolution the European Parliament calls on the Member States to establish partnership schemes between the law-enforcement authorities, NGOs, and other appropriate authorities and to intensify cooperation to ensure the effective implementation of laws aimed at combating men’s violence against those women and girls who become victims of human trafficking for sexual exploitation.
The European Parliament calls on Member States to make use of the Daphne II Programme(12) in order to combat honour crimes in the Member States, to build and maintain more shelters for women who are victims of violence, and to train experts who specialise in dealing with honour crime victims. The Parliament urges the Commission to devise a comprehensive strategic approach at EU level, with the aim of putting an end to the practice of female genital mutilation in the EU.
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