DUE DILIGENCE PROJECT


Due Diligence Project Reports!



Electronic copies of the reports are available here.



  Also available online: Arabic Translation

of the MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA REGIONAL REPORT ON DUE DILIGENCE AND STATE ACCOUNTABILITY TO ELIMINATE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN



THE DUE DILIGIENCE PRINCIPLE AND

THE ROLE OF THE STATE:

DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN

IN FAMILY AND CULTURAL LIFE


Submission to the United Nations Working Group on

Discrimination Against Women in Law and Practice

Available Soon!

Indonesian translation

of the report on

DUE DILIGENCE FRAMEWORK:

STATE ACCOUNTABILITY FRAME WORK FOR ELIMINATING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

National Application

and Instrumentalisation of the

DUE DILIGENCE FRAMEWORK


  NEW  

Available online: Spanish Translation

of the

Due Diligence Framework:

State Accountability to Eliminate Violence against Women


DDP Statement

on UN Special Rapporteur, Dubravka Šimonović's, Report regarding Online VAW

Special Rapporteur on Violence against Women to Prioritize Looking Into Online Violence against Women

The Due Diligence Project's

UPCOMING EVENT


Eliminating Violence Against Women:

Due Diligence Framework and the Role and Responsibilities of the State and Civil Society to Women

Date: December 20 - 23, 2016

Kathmandu, Nepal


The Due Diligence Project, together with UN Women and Women's Rehabilitation Center (WOREC Nepal) will convene workshops and focus group discussions with government, civil society and relevant stakeholders on instrumentalizing and applying the Due Diligence Framework to eliminate discrimination and violence against women. Facilitators will work with stakeholders on understanding the due diligence principle and integrating the Due Diligence Framework into cases of discrimination and violence against women to facilitate the incorporation of the due diligence principle on state responsibility in compliance with the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW).

Participants will include executive, judicative and legislative bodies, representatives of the National Human Rights Council, advocates, lawyers, police and non-governmental organizations.