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For LGBTIQ+ people who are low-income, young, disabled, Black, Indigenous, or people of colour, such threats to bodily autonomy are experienced in conjunction with other forms of discrimination and marginalization. (...) A key avenue for this is the Generation Equality Action Coalition on Bodily Autonomy and Sexual and Reproductive Health, which reaffirms a multilateral commitment to LGBTIQ+ bodily autonomy.
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Score: 1056610.4 - https://www.unwomen.org/en/new...intersexphobia-and-transphobia
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Number of female victims for the specified criminal acts, criminal act committed in a relationship: (former) spouse or intimate partner, jan-nov 2020 Article Description of classification violation Age Injury Number of victims 115 Manslaughter over 64 aggravated bodily harm 1 death 1 122 Actual Bodily Harm over 64 actual bodily harm 3 123 Aggravated Bodily Harm 54-64 aggravated bodily harm 1 over 64 aggravated bodily harm 1 191 Family Violence 54-64 actual bodily harm 6 over 64 actual bodily harm 4 How to submit your written contribution?
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Score: 1056477.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ia-submission-older_women.docx
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Forced psychiatric interventions as gendered invasion of bodily integrity, violation of bodily autonomy, and subordination to the will of others Women who have experienced both violations compare forced psychiatric medication and forced electroshock to rape. (...) Such measures of physical subjection render women and girls vulnerable to rape and other sexual abuse, and remind women and girls of their social position as victims of male violence powerless to defend their bodily autonomy. Typical restraints place the woman in a spread-eagle position on a bed with her legs spread open, unable to move her arms or legs. (...) All women and girls have the right to bodily autonomy and integrity including freedom from forced or nonconsensual psychiatric interventions.16 States are obligated to end all forms of gender-based violence against women and girls, including violence based on both gender and disability.
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Score: 1053392.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...nd_Survivors_of_Psychiatry.pdf
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Accomplishments: Assessment of institutional development needs of the National Centre for Judicial Expertise, Police Forensic Centre, Centre for Legal Medicine completed; Support in implementation of strategic planning practices within the forensic institutions and training of management and staffers relevant for the process delivered; Analysis of the Law on the Judicial Expertise and the Status of Judicial Expert and connected normative acts conducted and findings and recommendations developed; 180 titles of specialised literature provided to the forensic institutions to expand the knowledge base and support access to updated scientific materials; Modern software, mass and spectral libraries provided to the Centre for Legal Medicine and the Police Forensic Centre that boost timely and accurate laboratory investigation capacities; 45 forensic experts (22 women and 23 men) enhanced knowledge and understanding of ISO 9001 and ISO 17025 requirements, relevant for the forensic expertise activity and 87 forensic experts (39 women and 48 men) enhanced knowledge and understanding of ISO 17020 and ISO 9001 standards requirements, relevant for the forensic expertise activity; 42 forensic experts (24 women and 18 men) enhanced their skills in internal and external communication, engagement with mass media and outreach and visibility by means of using the on-line communication; The Centre for Legal Medicine certified for ISO 9001 on quality management; Functional analysis of the national forensic institutions system launched; Interaction of forensic institutions with the demanders of forensic services reviewed and roadmap for enhancing the interaction based on the findings of deficiencies and opportunities developed; New Logo and Visual Identity Guidelines (Brand book) for the National Centre for Judicial Expertise, the Forensic and Judicial Expertise Centre and Centre for Legal Medicine developed; Vision Document, Technical Concept and Technical Specifications and Regulatory Impact Assessment of the Forensic Case Management System developed; Internal policies and regulations of the forensic institutions in the area of integrity, and ethics dimensions in institutions’ operations reviewed; New functionalities for online submission of legal aid requests and the use of electronic signature in the solicitation process developed and incorporated with the National Legal Aid Council Information System: 66,53% of legal aid requests during 2021 have been submitted online using the electronic signature; Legal hackathon on access to justice, which brought together 40 participants from legal and IT areas organised. Three solutions developed by the participants; 28 young people (22 girls and 6 boys) participated in the summer camp for young people on access to justice; Dialogue Platforms on Access to Justice established in the four project intervention regions work to enhance the cooperation between the national institutions and local actors in the justice sector; Four NGOs from project intervention regions selected and engaged in a tailored institutional capacity building program; Justice professionals from four project intervention regions completed 9 modules (time management; emotional intelligence; stress management; public speaking, efficient communication, personal leadership, teamwork, conflict management, project writing and management) of a tailored training programme on soft skills; Four local initiatives implemented in the project interventions regions to address the barriers in accessing justice at local level: a special hearing room for audio and video recording; installation of an access ramp at a local court; a legal library with literature in Romanian within a local court in the security zone; training sessions for strengthening the multidisciplinary approach in GBV cases; Standard Operating Procedure on response of the Forensic Medicine Centre to cases of domestic violence, including as a form of violence against women developed; Review of Regulation on Medical Forensic Assessment of the Severity of Bodily Injuries from a gender perspective and elaboration of amendments in order to increase the access to justice of victims of GBV and to ensure the prosecution and effective punishment of perpetrators.
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Score: 1045986.1 - https://www.undp.org/moldova/p...ncy-and-access-justice-moldova
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.  9 locations in Serbia  Conducted as a part of PIN’s regular psychosocial support activities  150 refugees and asylum seekers took part  Interviews lasted for one hour and fifteen minutes on average  Interviews were conducted by psychologists and trained interpreters  Questionnaires used in this study:  Profiling Questionnaire, developed during study in 2014 - Exploring demographics  Harvard Trauma Questionnaire (HTQ) - adapted for working with refugees in Serbia during a study in 2014 _ Exploring traumatic experiences in country of origin, PTSD and negative self perception of functioning (NSPF)  Hopkins Symptom Check List (HSCL) - Exploring depression and anxiety  Questionnaire on traumatic experiences during travel, also developed in 2014. (...) It is very important • Ensure psychological first aid • To empower benefitiaries – through control reinitiation, focus on strengths, understanding and support • Fight against stigmatization and discrimination Take care of service providers’ well-being and prevention of secondary traumatization 39,5% 26,3% 25,0% 41,6% PTSD NSPF anxiety depression % of refugees with scores exceeding cut-off values on the scales of PTSD, negative self-perception of functioning, anxiety and depression EVALUATION OF SUPPORT SYSTEM EVALUACIJA SISTEMA PODRŠKE Evaluation of support systems in Serbia through the lense of refugees and service providers We explored refugees’ and service providers’ assessments of the quality and efficiency of support systems in Serbia. (...) As a result significant number of them are struggling with PTSD (39.5%), anxiety (25.0%), depression (41.6%), and negative self-perception of functioning (26.3%). In addition, numerous refugees travel alone thus lack social support (52.4%).  Majority of refugees (74.6%) finds psychological support beneficial in overcoming hardships and improvement of life quality.  Overall, refugees positively evaluate help and support provided in Serbia, but see the room for improvement when it comes to efficiency of registration system, administration and organization of aid distribution as well as improvement of hygiene conditions.  Finally, those who consider staying in Serbia, have a need to actively participate in social life and willingness to be productive member of society.
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Score: 1040714.6 - https://www.unhcr.org/rs/wp-co...-MENTAL-HEALTH-OF-REFUGEES.pdf
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Decree 14/2/01 establishes that socio-sanitary assistance for people requiring health care or social services is based on personalized projects drafted on multidimensional evaluations: psychophysical functions; nature of the activity of the person and his/her limits; modes of participation to social life; environmental and family context factors. (...) The projects represent the best synthesis between the expectations of the beneficiary and the multidimensional assessment: all types of bodily and functional limitations, the environment, the risk of multiple discrimination and the gender perspective are considered through the multi-dimensional evaluation for the integrated action supports, services, benefits, transfers: PWD directly participate with their aspirations. (...) Please elaborate on how these services respond to the specific needs of persons with disabilities throughout their life cycle (infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood and older age) and how is service delivery ensured in the transition periods between life cycle stages There are the multidimensional Individual Educational Plan of the pupils and student (PEI) and the individual project for social-health interventions: all types of bodily and functional limitations, the environment, the risk of multiple discrimination and the gender perspective are considered for the integrated action supports, services, benefits, transfers.
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Score: 1040714.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...isionSupport/States/Italy.docx
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The Ombudsman Act, 1977 also governs the functions and procedures of Office. The Ombudsman investigates complaints made by individuals concerning administrative acts or decisions of Government agencies. (...) Challenges According to section 93 of the Constitution, the principal function of the Ombudsman is to investigate any decision or recommendation made, including any advice given or recommendation made to a Minister, or any act done or omitted by any department of Government or any other authority to which this section applies, or by officers or members of such a department or authority, being action taken in exercise of the administrative functions of that department or authority. (...) The role and functions of the Ombudsman are set out in section 93(1) of the Constitution, which reads as follows: “The principal function of the Ombudsman is to investigate any decision or recommendation made, including any advice given or recommendation made to a Minister, or any act done or omitted by any department of Government or any other authority to which this section applies, or by officers or members of such a department or authority, being action taken in exercise of the administrative functions of that department or authority.” 9 The Equal Opportunity Commission The Equal Opportunity Commission (EOC) was established in 2000.
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Score: 1040262.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...States/Trinidad_and_Tobago.pdf
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Muzhda comforted Roqia by telling her that her menstruation cycle is a normal bodily function for adolescent girls and women, as well as a sign of maturity.
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Score: 1038406.1 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/stories/breaking-taboos
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