The first stage of this campaign is promoting the recently launched toll-free hotline for victims of domestic violence.
The Government of Belarus commits to develop a comprehensive national system of response to gender violence, which will include increased number of crisis rooms and improved medical, social and legal services for survivors and measures to combat male aggressive behaviour.
The State encourages women and girls, by means of its competent structures and on the basis of the promulgated legal framework, to denounce abuse and resort to justice for protection and reparation.
Belarus commits to combat trafficking in persons and domestic violence Belarus commits to implement a new law to combat trafficking in persons and provide financial assistance to civil society organizations providing assistance to survivors of trafficking.Under the Fourth State Programme on Combating Trafficking in Persons, Illegal Migration and Related Criminal Activities, Belarus will focus on prevention of trafficking in persons, prosecution of perpetrators and implementation of measures to ensure the fundamental right of victims of trafficking to live free of violence.Argentina commits to improve support services, raise awareness about existing laws and gather national statistics on violence against women The State of Argentina commits to take the following national measures to end violence against women.It will establish a national hotline for victims of domestic violence, and consolidate gender mainstreaming in public policymaking.It will pay attention to the prohibition of discrimination as well as include legislative and other measures to prevent violence against women and domestic violence and to protect and support victims.
The Strategy will provide a mechanism for monitoring the implementation of the Convention.The fight against intimate partner violence and other forms of domestic violence requires an integrated approach.Belgium commits itself to carry on the development of strategies of coordinated and integrated intervention and to continue to support the official national bodies responsible for the coordination, implementation, follow-up and the evaluation of relevant policies.A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | L | M | N | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | Afghanistan commits to proper implementation of laws and accountability of State actors to end violence against women The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan commits to ensuring the laws of the country are not misapplied and only those found guilty of defined crimes are punished, and that Government actors, including police and prosecutors, are held responsible for the correct application of laws.Albania commits to implement laws, make justice accessible for survivors and engage men and boys in prevention efforts The Government of Albania commits to implement the criminal code, introduce further amendments and ensure sensitization and training of members of the judiciary, to address violence against women and girls.Algeria COMMITS to roll out comprehensive plan of action to end violence against women and girls Algeria is committed to continue efforts to collect, analyse and regularly disseminate national data on the prevalence of violence against women and girls, its causes and consequences.