10 years of the Istanbul Convention – (Not) a reason to celebrate?

Beginning: Thu 18.11.2021 - 18.00
Ending: Thu 18.11.2021 - 20.00

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Panel discussion with:

KATHARINA OGUNTOYE
MARGARATE STOKOWSKI
EILEEN MORITZ
DR. DELAL ATMACA
CHRISTINA CLEMM
JEJA KLEIN

 

2011 – In Istanbul, 13 states sign the Council of Europe Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence against Women and Domestic Violence. As a groundbreaking legal instrument for the protection of violence and equality, the Istanbul Convention represents a milestone on the path to equality. In 81 articles it is bindingly stated – discrimination leads to violence. Only in a world with equal rights can life without violence become a reality.

2021 – What has happened since the ratification of the Convention? Which of the 81 articles have been implemented so far and which have not? Has there been fundamental progress in the areas of protection, prosecution and combating the causes? Where are there gaps and where is further action needed?

Experts from the various fields will discuss these and other questions in dialogue with the audience.

 

 

The event takes place in German and will be translated into sign language (DGS).

 

 

The 3-G-rule currently applies to this event (vaccinated, recovered, tested). This must be proven in a suitable form.

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This is an event organized by the women’s and equal opportunities officer of the Spandau district office in cooperation with:

 

 

Image rights:
Katharina Oguntoye © Carolyn Gammon
Margarete Stokowski © Rosanna Graf
Eileen Moritz © Sabine Häcker
Dr. Delal Atmaca © DaMigra e.V.
Christina Clemm © Sybille Baier
© Jeja Klein
Graphic design: Claudia Sauerstein