gender-based

gender-based

(jen′dĕr-bāst″)
Pert. to individuals of only one sex, i.e., only to women or only to men, but not to both.
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The announcement was made here and in this regard, Saudi Pak Tower turned orange in colour to mark the 16th Day of Activism against gender-based violence.
Under the scope of the global campaign "16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence" the OSCE Mission to Montenegro had supported training course for multi-disciplinary teams in Pljevlja, Herceg Novi, Cetinje, Berane and Podgorica between 30 November and 9 December 2015.
rd], 2015 by providing students with a global platform to generate personal and action-oriented solutions on how to address gender-based violence on universities.
The figures are alarming: one in three women in the European Union has experienced some form of gender-based violence in their lives.
The set of guidelines, created by the Inter-Agency Standing Committee in 2005, was meant to reduce refugee women and children's risk against gender-based violence.
To promote gender equality in India, Mission India takes a systematic approach, focusing on programs that counter gender-based violence and promote women's economic inclusion, and on cultural programs that target opinion leaders, policymakers and youth.
JERUSALEM, 13 April 2015(WAFA)The Government of Japan Monday donated $848,000 to United Nations Women for a project to support increased access of female victims of gender-based violence in Gaza to protection services, with a particular focus on internally displaced women and girls and those living in overcrowded households.
Kyrgyzstan is completing its participation in 16 days of activism to end gender-based violence.
Interest in sexuality, domestic violence, and gender inequities in South Asia has surged over the past 15 years, partly due to several high-profile cases of rape and other gender-based violence.
AGROUP of Assembly Members has backed calls for a proposed law on gender-based violence to be toughened up.
The Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) is the first international instrument expressly to include various forms of sexual and gender-based crimes--including rape, sexual slavery, enforced prostitution, forced pregnancy, enforced sterilisation, and other forms of sexual violence--as underlying acts of both crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in international and noninternational armed conflicts.
Gender equality in Cyprus still faces many obstacles: domestic violence and trafficking in women, gender-based stereotypes as to the role of women in their family, and low level of representation at the decision-making levels (both in the private and the public sectors).

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