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... raising (Article 13) ...
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... raising (Article 13) 29. Article 13 of the Istanbul Convention requires the UK to promote or conduct awareness raising campaigns. ...
Context 3
... (Article 14) 47. Article 14 of the Istanbul Convention specifies that teaching material on issues of violence against women and girls is included in formal curricula at all levels of education. ...
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... that community liaison officers be trained in this work so that they can explain these rights where necessary. (Paragraph 91) 15. We commend the supermarket chains, Tesco and Waitrose, for responding to a campaign to remove the images and headlines from certain newspapers from the eye-line of children and call on others to follow this lead. ...
Context 5
... welcome the ring-fencing of funds for support services and we recommend that the Government issue guidance to all local authorities on the correct application of the law on equality to the services required under the Istanbul Convention. (Paragraph 113) 18. We are very concerned that the number of refuge spaces per head in local authority areas is unknown and we are unclear as to how local authorities can claim that there does not seem to have been a reduction in "the number of bed spaces available". ...
Context 6
... recommend that the Local Government Association be given the resources to analyse and monitor the number of refuge spaces to ensure adequate provision across the country which fulfils the positive obligations of the Istanbul Convention. (Paragraph 114) 19. The Government argues that the localism agenda enables local authorities to determine and provide for the needs of that area. ...
Context 7
... Government should collate data on the national coverage of specialist services and take responsibility for ensuring that specialist support services remain available to all, regardless of their area. (Paragraph 125) 21. We recommend that the Government should exclude sanctuary scheme properties from the size criteria of the Spare Room Subsidy. ...
Context 8
... urge the Government to consider the use of an awareness-raising campaign and a review of training for the criminal justice professions to accompany any change in legislation. (Paragraph 140) 23. We welcome the provision that those who can provide evidence of domestic violence continue to have access to legal aid for civil cases because this enables access to the family and other civil courts. ...
Context 9
... recommend that before the proposed new offence of coercive control comes into force the Ministry of Justice review the requirements for evidence of domestic violence for access to legal aid. (Paragraph 150) 24. At a time when the Home Office is keen to raise awareness of coercive control, and noting the requirement of the Istanbul Convention for coercive control to be criminalised and victims protected, we recommend the Government look again at the payment of Universal Credit to couples. ...
Context 10
... a time when the Home Office is keen to raise awareness of coercive control, and noting the requirement of the Istanbul Convention for coercive control to be criminalised and victims protected, we recommend the Government look again at the payment of Universal Credit to couples. (Paragraph 156) 25. In our December 2011 Report we recommended that the Welfare Reform Bill, now the 2012 Act, 'be amended to allow payments for children to be labelled as such and be paid to the main carer'. ...
Context 11
... also recommend that all relevant Department for Work and Pension officials be given domestic violence training so that they are better placed to handle sensitively situations of known or suspected domestic violence. (Paragraph 159) 27. We welcome the stance of the Government in tackling these crimes and attitudes. ...
Context 12
... Constables should also urgently address concerns that specialised units are not adequately resourced. (Paragraph 175) 30. Immediate response and risk assessment and management are the responsibilities of the Chief Constables. ...
Context 13
... view of these legal developments, claims against the police for compensation for negligence might be more likely to succeed in the Courts if the police's response to requests to deal with an allegation of domestic violence, rape or other serious allegations of violence against women does not sufficiently improve. (Paragraph 182) 31. We recommend that judicial training for judges who participate in violence against women cases should include the application of Section 41 of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999, which protects complainants in proceedings involving sexual offences by restricting evidence or questions about their previous sexual history, subject to exceptions. ...
Context 14
... believe that this demonstrates the need for better coordinated domestic and international policies across Government department on asylum and immigration processes. (Paragraph 201) 34. We also recommend that the Government address the issue of who bears responsibility for providing refuge space for women and girls who are victims yet may not be entitled to benefits. ...
Context 15
... also recommend that the Government ensures that sufficient financial provision is given to supporting these victims. (Paragraph 201) 35. Despite the Minister's assurances, we are disturbed by the evidence we received that the routine use of male interpreters, the operation of fast-track detention system and the reported culture of disbelief within the Home Office all result in victims suffering further trauma whilst seeking asylum or immigration to the UK. ...
Context 16
... the nature of the concerns raised during our inquiry by NGOs and the medical profession regarding the detention of victims, we are concerned that those who allege that they are victims of violence against women and girls are being detained through the fast-track process and recommend a review of the screening process for this as a matter of urgency. (Paragraph 221) 37. We recommend the Government amends the guidance for interviews to raise the importance of making female interpreters available for cases of violence against women and girls. The current state of using them when 'operationally possible' is not satisfactory and means that their provision is not high enough a priority. ...
Context 17
... raising (Article 13) ...
Context 18
... raising (Article 13) 29. Article 13 of the Istanbul Convention requires the UK to promote or conduct awareness raising campaigns. ...
Context 19
... (Article 14) 47. Article 14 of the Istanbul Convention specifies that teaching material on issues of violence against women and girls is included in formal curricula at all levels of education. ...
Context 20
... that community liaison officers be trained in this work so that they can explain these rights where necessary. (Paragraph 91) 15. We commend the supermarket chains, Tesco and Waitrose, for responding to a campaign to remove the images and headlines from certain newspapers from the eye-line of children and call on others to follow this lead. ...
Context 21
... welcome the ring-fencing of funds for support services and we recommend that the Government issue guidance to all local authorities on the correct application of the law on equality to the services required under the Istanbul Convention. (Paragraph 113) 18. We are very concerned that the number of refuge spaces per head in local authority areas is unknown and we are unclear as to how local authorities can claim that there does not seem to have been a reduction in "the number of bed spaces available". ...
Context 22
... recommend that the Local Government Association be given the resources to analyse and monitor the number of refuge spaces to ensure adequate provision across the country which fulfils the positive obligations of the Istanbul Convention. (Paragraph 114) 19. The Government argues that the localism agenda enables local authorities to determine and provide for the needs of that area. ...
Context 23
... Government should collate data on the national coverage of specialist services and take responsibility for ensuring that specialist support services remain available to all, regardless of their area. (Paragraph 125) 21. We recommend that the Government should exclude sanctuary scheme properties from the size criteria of the Spare Room Subsidy. ...
Context 24
... urge the Government to consider the use of an awareness-raising campaign and a review of training for the criminal justice professions to accompany any change in legislation. (Paragraph 140) 23. We welcome the provision that those who can provide evidence of domestic violence continue to have access to legal aid for civil cases because this enables access to the family and other civil courts. ...
Context 25
... recommend that before the proposed new offence of coercive control comes into force the Ministry of Justice review the requirements for evidence of domestic violence for access to legal aid. (Paragraph 150) 24. At a time when the Home Office is keen to raise awareness of coercive control, and noting the requirement of the Istanbul Convention for coercive control to be criminalised and victims protected, we recommend the Government look again at the payment of Universal Credit to couples. ...
Context 26
... a time when the Home Office is keen to raise awareness of coercive control, and noting the requirement of the Istanbul Convention for coercive control to be criminalised and victims protected, we recommend the Government look again at the payment of Universal Credit to couples. (Paragraph 156) 25. In our December 2011 Report we recommended that the Welfare Reform Bill, now the 2012 Act, 'be amended to allow payments for children to be labelled as such and be paid to the main carer'. ...
Context 27
... also recommend that all relevant Department for Work and Pension officials be given domestic violence training so that they are better placed to handle sensitively situations of known or suspected domestic violence. (Paragraph 159) 27. We welcome the stance of the Government in tackling these crimes and attitudes. ...
Context 28
... Constables should also urgently address concerns that specialised units are not adequately resourced. (Paragraph 175) 30. Immediate response and risk assessment and management are the responsibilities of the Chief Constables. ...
Context 29
... view of these legal developments, claims against the police for compensation for negligence might be more likely to succeed in the Courts if the police's response to requests to deal with an allegation of domestic violence, rape or other serious allegations of violence against women does not sufficiently improve. (Paragraph 182) 31. We recommend that judicial training for judges who participate in violence against women cases should include the application of Section 41 of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999, which protects complainants in proceedings involving sexual offences by restricting evidence or questions about their previous sexual history, subject to exceptions. ...
Context 30
... believe that this demonstrates the need for better co- ordinated domestic and international policies across Government department on asylum and immigration processes. (Paragraph 201) 34. We also recommend that the Government address the issue of who bears responsibility for providing refuge space for women and girls who are victims yet may not be entitled to benefits. ...
Context 31
... also recommend that the Government ensures that sufficient financial provision is given to supporting these victims. (Paragraph 201) 35. Despite the Minister's assurances, we are disturbed by the evidence we received that the routine use of male interpreters, the operation of fast-track detention system and the reported culture of disbelief within the Home Office all result in victims suffering further trauma whilst seeking asylum or immigration to the UK. ...
Context 32
... the nature of the concerns raised during our inquiry by NGOs and the medical profession regarding the detention of victims, we are concerned that those who allege that they are victims of violence against women and girls are being detained through the fast-track process and recommend a review of the screening process for this as a matter of urgency. (Paragraph 221) 37. We recommend the Government amends the guidance for interviews to raise the importance of making female interpreters available for cases of violence against women and girls. The current state of using them when 'operationally possible' is not satisfactory and means that their provision is not high enough a priority. ...