Together Against Trafficking in Human Beings

Co-ordination Action on Human Rights violations

Co-ordination Action on Human Rights violations

Reference

CAHRV

Promoter

Coordinator: Universität Osnabrück 

http://www.cahrv.uni-osnabrueck.de/

Budget

650.000 EUR

Timeframe

Mai 2004 – April 2007

Partners

Universität Osnabrück, Universitat de Valencia, Stockholms Universitet, University of Sunderland, Dissens E.V., Göteborgs Universitet, Universität Bielefeld, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Medical University Vienna, Svenska handelshoegskolan, Masarykova Universita V Brne, Latvijas Universitate, Social Insight GmbH, Forshchung, Evaluation, Beratung; Lancaster University, London Metropolitan University, Aalborg Universitet, Institut National d'Études Démographiques, University of Warwick, Social Wyzsza Psychologii Spoleczne, Uniwersytet Warszawski, Verein Autonome Österreichische Frauenhäuser, Arbeidsforskningsinstitutttet

Objectives and results

CAHRV focused on interpersonal violence, centred conceptually and strategically within a human rights discourse, with the aims of integrating relevant strands of research. By comparing national representative studies across Europe, CAHRV confirmed that violence against women remained a major problem affecting the lives of one quarter to one third of all women in European countries.

Publications and other resources

*CAHRV Final Report (2008): Gendering Human Rights Violations: The case of interpersonal violence (pdf)   

*The justice system as an arena for the protection of human rights for women and children experiencing violence and abuse     

*Comparative reanalysis of prevalence of violence against women and health impact data in Europe - obstacles and possible solutions. Testing a comparative approach on selected studies      

*Agencies and evaluation of good practice: domestic violence, rape and sexual assault     

*Protective environmental factors securing Human Rights. A literature review    

*Protective environmental factors securing Human Rights. Structured map of literature      

*Methodological Framework Report   

*CAHRV findings on good practice (2007)     

*Perspectives and standards for good practice in data collection on interpersonal violence at European level                         

pdf at http://www.cahrv.uni-osnabrueck.de/reddot/190.htm

Further information

http://www.cahrv.uni-osnabrueck.de/

Carol Hageman-White: chageman@uos.de

Publication Date:
Monday, 12 December, 2011
Section EU Projects
Country France
Year 2011