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12 Top 26 Preliminary Findings Manifestations of online violence 1 Nearly three quarters (73%)7 of our survey respondents identifying as women said they had experienced online violence. 2 Threats of physical violence (identified by 25% of survey respondents) including death threats, and sexual violence (identified by 18%) also plagued the women journalists we interviewed. And these threats radiated: 13% of survey respondents and many interviewees said they had received threats of violence against those close to them, including children and infants. 3 One-fifth (20%)8 of survey respondents identifying as women said they had been attacked or abused offline in connection with online violence they had experienced. A similar proportion of our interviewees also experienced offline abuse associated with online attacks, including the subjects of both of our big data case studies. 4 Racism, religious bigotry, sectarianism, ableism9, homophobia and transphobia intersect with misogyny and sexism to produce significantly heightened exposure and deeper impacts for women experiencing multiple forms of discrimination concurrently, as evidenced by our survey respondents and interviewees, and detailed in our big data case study on Maria Ressa. 5 Black, Indigenous, Jewish, Arab and lesbian women journalists participating in our survey and interviews experienced both the highest rates and most severe impacts of online violence. 6 Online violence against women journalists verges from large-scale attacks or extreme threats at a moment in time, through to the slow burn of networked gaslighting, which involves constant lower level abuse. 7 Expressed as a percentage of 625 woman-identifying respondents who answered this question. 8 Expressed as a percentage of 596 woman-identifying journalists who responded to the question. 9 Discrimination in favour of able-bodied people i.e. those who do not have disabilities. 13 Impacts of online violence 7 Physical threats associated with online violence caused 13% of women survey respondents to increase their physical security; 4% said that they had missed work due to particular concerns about the attacks moving offline and resulting in physical violence.
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Score: 620835.16 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...t/files/the-chilling_top26.pdf
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A staggering 1 in 3 women have experienced physical and/or sexual abuse in their lifetime. (...) According to the National Representative Survey on the prevalence of violence against women and girls conducted in 2014, at least 22% of women in the age between15-49 have experienced at least one form of physical or sexual violence in their lifetime.   (...) UNFPA data shows that 19% of women and girls have experienced some type of SGBV. Women constitute overwhelming majority of the registered victims of offences of sexual nature 91% of rape survivors and 74% of domestic violence survivors.
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Score: 620835.16 - https://www.unhcr.org/ua/en/13...nd-violence-against-women.html
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“WHO is committed to supporting Ukraine in addressing gender-based violence as an urgent public health matter and ensuring that those experiencing violence receive high-quality, survivor-centred care.”  (...) According to current estimates, 2 of every 3 Ukrainian women have experienced psychological, physical, or sexual violence in their lifetime and 18% of women and girls aged 15–49 have experienced intimate partner violence. (...) “Currently more than 90% of women who have experienced violence do not contact the police,” said Yefimenko Olena Volodymyrivna, Director of the Health Department of the Kyiv Oblast State Administration.
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Score: 620835.16 - https://www.who.int/europe/new...-violence-survivors-in-ukraine
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Some diculties have persisted: Respondents reported some diculties or major diculties in regard to: accessing food products (18%, compared to 26% in November 2020) 27% did not know where to seek help and support when experiencing domestic violence (30% of women, 27% of men). More respondents had witnessed illness of a family member in March 2021 (28%), compared to November 2020 (16%) and May 2020 (5%), or experienced physical illness themselves (15% round 3, 11% round 2 and 2% round 1). health services (17%, compared to 24% in November 2020).
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Score: 620808.84 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...b4d4da5899ec9c710b89792601.pdf
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Score: 620808.84 - https://www.fao.org/global-soi...rtunities/detail/ar/c/1599557/
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Only a few countries experienced an increase in collective bargaining coverage between 2000 and 2016 (such as Belgium, France and Italy), or experienced almost no change (eight among the 28), while all other countries saw their collective bargaining coverage decline (almost all countries being below the zero horizontal line in Figure 1). Moreover, almost all countries have experienced a 10 per cent or more decline in union membership, with many countries experiencing a decline above the 50 per cent mark: the results indeed show an overall weakening of industrial relations among the EU28. (...) The countries that experienced some weakening of their industrial relations systems during the crisis have also experienced the most substantial decline in their labour and social indicators.
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Score: 620433.3 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_629066.pdf
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Only a few countries experienced an increase in collective bargaining coverage between 2000 and 2016 (such as Belgium, France and Italy), or experienced almost no change (eight among the 28), while all other countries saw their collective bargaining coverage decline (almost all countries being below the zero horizontal line in Figure 1). Moreover, almost all countries have experienced a 10 per cent or more decline in union membership, with many countries experiencing a decline above the 50 per cent mark: the results indeed show an overall weakening of industrial relations among the EU28. (...) The countries that experienced some weakening of their industrial relations systems during the crisis have also experienced the most substantial decline in their labour and social indicators.
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Score: 620433.3 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_629066.pdf
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Sexual violence against girls and boys: Worldwide, around 15 million adolescent girls aged 15 to 19 have experienced forced sexual intercourse or other forced sexual acts in their lifetime. Only 1 per cent of adolescent girls who had experienced sexual violence said they reached out for professional help. In the 28 countries with data, 90 per cent of adolescent girls who had experienced forced sex, on average, said the perpetrator of the first incident was known to them.
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Score: 620433.3 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam...lk-millions-children-worldwide
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Findings from Ghana show that about 22 million people, making up about two-thirds of the population, experienced a decrease in household income because of the pandemic. (...) An increase in prices is the most common shock experienced by households. In Ghana, 73.4% indicated that the prices of major food items consumed have increased. (...) The report notes that prior to COVID-19, one in six children worldwide – 356 million – experienced extreme poverty, where household members struggled to survive on less than $1.90 a day.
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Score: 620433.3 - https://www.unicef.org/ghana/p...ost-income-during-pandemic-new
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Across the 13 countries surveyed, 2 in 3 women report that they or a woman they know has experienced violence at some point in their lifetime. (...) Among women whose partner has no earnings, 4 in 5 report that they or a woman they know has experienced at least one form of violence. Food insecurity is also a factor: women who say domestic violence is very common are more likely to be food insecure than those who say it is uncommon, as are women who have experienced or know someone who has experienced violence when compared to those who have not. (...) Full-time unpaid caregivers are more likely to report they or a woman they know has experienced violence, as compared to employed women, unemployed women and students.
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Score: 620146.6 - https://www.unwomen.org/en/new...t-women-what-the-data-tells-us
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