SILENCE IS VIOLENCE

On Saturday, 15 August 2020, women will go together to the street to send a strong signal against femicides. Femicides are the most excessive, deadly form of male violence against girls and women.Together with 50 women, FEMEN and Dr. Kristina Wolf (initiator of the petition #savexx on change.org) will demonstrate with full physical effort to finally make their request heard.Although in Germany at least every second day in the meantime awoman must pay for the male excesses of violence with her life,the Federal Government refuses to implement the Istanbul Conventionconsistent.It rejects the term femicide without alternative (* p.3). This means that we lack as a society already has the vocabulary that a uniform understandingto the same grievance. After more than two and a half years.The Istanbul Convention is not even valid for Germanybinding nomenclature defined.Instead, ALL four responsible ministries (* p.5) refuse to fulfill their obligations.After more than two and a half years of validity of the Istanbul Conventionthe BMFSFJ continues to develop an overall national strategy to combatviolence against women, even cuts the corresponding budget by a substantial amount of 18% on.The BMJV ignores the mandate of the judiciary according to Article 15 of the Istanbul Convention (** p. 10 ), the same applies to the BMG (public health) and the BMI (executive).There are far too few shelters for women affected by violence.In dubio pro reo is increasingly turning into “In doubt againstKilled”. The press reports with “family tragedy” at the structuralproblem over. The police crime statistics are in their insufficient significance. The Federal Government is failing to fulfill its core mandate”Contraception” complete.We take this state of affairs, which Germany instead of as a legal andwelfare state, as a European focus of violence.Especially not in view of the current, frightening developments in Hungary, Poland and Turkey.We call for a consistent implementation of the Istanbul Convention. Stop the killing of women! (*) https://dip21.bundestag.de/dip21/btd/19/040/1904059.pdf(**) https://rm.coe.int/1680462535

On Saturday, 15 August 2020, women will go together to the street to send a strong signal against femicides.  Femicides are the most excessive, deadly form of male violence against girls and women. Together with 50 women, FEMEN and Dr. Kristina Wolf (initiator of the petition         #savexx on change.org) will demonstrate with full physical effort to finally make their request heard. Although in Germany at least every second day in the meantime a woman must pay for the male excesses of violence with her life, the Federal Government refuses to implement the Istanbul Convention consistent. It rejects the term femicide without alternative (* p.3). This means that we lack as a society already has the vocabulary that a uniform understanding to the same grievance. After more than two and a half years. The Istanbul Convention is not even valid for Germany binding nomenclature defined. Instead, ALL four responsible ministries (* p.5) refuse to fulfill their obligations. After more than two and a half years of validity of the Istanbul Convention the BMFSFJ continues to develop an overall national strategy to combat violence against women, even cuts the corresponding budget by a substantial amount of 18% on. The BMJV ignores the mandate of the judiciary according to Article 15 of the Istanbul Convention (** p. 10 ), the same applies to the BMG (public health) and the BMI (executive). There are far too few shelters for women affected by violence. In dubio pro reo is increasingly turning into "In doubt against Killed". The press reports with "family tragedy" at the structural problem over. The police crime statistics are in their insufficient significance.  The Federal Government is failing to fulfill its core mandate "Contraception" complete. We take this state of affairs, which Germany instead of as a legal and welfare state, as a European focus of violence. Especially not in view of the current, frightening developments in Hungary, Poland and Turkey. We call for a consistent implementation of the Istanbul Convention.  Stop the killing of women!  (*) https://dip21.bundestag.de/dip21/btd/19/040/1904059.pdf (**) https://rm.coe.int/1680462535

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