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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Euro Parliament Demands End To Abuse of Women ..
عدد مرات القراءة 20882006-06-04

NEWS RELEASE
 From The Office Of Jean Lambert, London's Green MEP

2nd June 2006

EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT DEMANDS AN END TO VIOLENCE AND ABUSE OF WOMEN IN
ARMED CONFLICTS

The European Parliament today called on all states to ensure war crimes,
including those relating to sexual violence against women and girls, do
not go unpunished, when it adopted its report on the role of women in
armed conflicts.

Jean Lambert, Green MEP today welcomed the decision and said; “Violence
and abuse of women is a despicable aspect of all armed conflicts and I
welcome the Parliaments decision. The prosecution of war crimes against
women should now be a priority for all international courts.

“The making of war has been historically a male dominated activity but
the abuse of women is a factor in all armed conflicts that is rarely
discussed. Women’s voices must be heard and women who are victims of
sexual violence should be supported to play a key role in post-conflict
negotiations, as for example in the EU negotiations on the future status
of Kosovo. Regrettably Parliament missed the opportunity to take a
stronger stand by failing to agree to the introduction of quotas for
women’s participation in negotiations.

“I also welcome the Council’s operational paper on the implementation of
UN Security Council Resolution 1325 in the context of ESDP and stress
the importance of making gender-specific training an obligatory part of
all the Unions military and non-military missions.”






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