solutions

 
International Organizations
Resolutions and Declarations

 

CEDAW Committee. 2017. General Recommendation No. 35 on Gender Based Violence against Women, Updating General Recommendation No. 19. Geneva: CEDAW Committee.

Convening Committee. 2019. Declaration of Principles Guidelines on Integrating Gender Considerations in International Observation, including Violence against Women in Elections. Washington, DC: NDI.

Inter-American Commission of Women. 2015. Declaration on Political Harassment and Violence against Women. Washington, DC: OAS. ES

Inter-Parliamentary Union. 2016. Resolution on the Freedom of Women to Participate in Political Processes Fully, Safely, and Without Interference. Geneva: IPU.

International Labor Organization. 2019. Convention Concerning the Elimination of Violence and Harassment in the World of Work. Geneva: ILO.

Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe Ministerial Council. 2018. Decision 3/18: Safety of Journalists. Milan: OSCE.

Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe Representative on Freedom of the Media. 2018. #SOFJO: Safety of Female Journalists Online. Vienna: OSCE.

United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean. 2007. Consenso de Quito. Santiago: ECLAC.

United Nations General Assembly. 2011. Resolution 66/130: Women and Political Participation. New York: UN.

United Nations General Assembly. 2013. Resolution 68/181:  Protecting Women Human Rights Defenders. New York: UN.

United Nations General Assembly. 2018. Resolution 73/148: Intensification of Efforts to Prevent and Eliminate All Forms of Violence against Women and Girls: Sexual Harassment. New York: UN.

Compendiums of Best Practices (see also Book)

Inter-American Commission of Women. 2017. Inter-American Model Law on the Prevention, Punishment and Eradication of Violence against Women in Political Life. Washington, DC: OAS.

Palmieri, Sonia. 2011. Gender-Sensitive Parliaments: A Global Review of Good Practice. Geneva: Inter-Parliamentary Union.

Šimonović, Dubravka. 2018. A/73/301: Report of the Special Rapporteur on Violence against Women, Its Causes and Consequences on Violence against Women in Politics. New York: UN.

Šimonović, Dubravka. 2020. A/HRC/44/52: Report of the Special Rapporteur on Violence against Women, Its Causes and Consequences on Combating Violence against Women Journalists. New York: UN.

UN Women, Office of the High Commissioner on Human Rights, and UN Special Rapporteur on Violence against Women. 2018. Violence against Women in Politics: Expert Group Meeting Report and Recommendations. New York: UN Women and Office of the High Commissioner on Human Rights.

Governments & Political Parties
Legal Reforms

Ley N° 243: Contra el acoso y violencia política a las mujeres (stand-alone law, Bolivia, 2012)

Decreto N° 520: Ley especial integral para una vida libre de violencia para las mujeres (in violence against women legislation, El Salvador, 2011)

Ley Nº 82:  Medidas de prevención contra la violencia en las mujeres y reforma el código penal para tipificar el femicidio (in violence against women legislation, Panama, 2013)

 

Ley N° 5777: Protección integral a las mujeres, contra toda forma de violencia (in violence against women legislation, Paraguay, 2016)

 

Loi organique n° 2017-58 du 11 août 2017, relative à l’élimination de la violence à l’égard des femmes (in violence against women legislation, Tunisia, 2017)

 

Protocols

Protocolo para la atención de la violencia política contra las mujeres en razón de género (Tribunal Electoral del Poder Judicial de la Federación, Mexico, 2017)

Protocolos de Atención de la Violencia Política contra las Mujeres en razón de Género en los Partidos Políticos (Mexico, 2017-)

Official Reports

Anti-Harassment, Equality, and Access Panel. 2018. Advancing Women in Politics and Addressing Sexual Harassment in Political Campaigns. Springfield: AHEA Panel.

Committee on Standards in Public Life. 2017. Intimidation in Public Life. London: CSPL.

Cox, Laura. 2018. The Bullying and Harassment of House of Commons Staff Independent Inquiry Report. London: House of Commons Commission.​

White, Gemma. 2019. Bullying and Harassment of MPs’ Parliamentary Staff Independent Inquiry. London: House of Commons.

Civil Society

For more civil society strategies, see Book.

Manifestos

Amar, Cécile et al. 2015. “Nous, Femmes Journalistes Politiques et Victimes de Sexisme…” Libération, May 4.  

Bagshaw, Sally, M. Lorena González, Lisa Herbold, Debora Juarez, and Kshama Sawant. 2016. “Don’t Let Hateful Voices Intimidate You into Silence or Inaction.” Seattle Times, May 11. 

Bianchi, Dorina et al. 2016. “Basta Con gli Insulti alle Donne in Politica.” La Repubblica, March 18. 

Le Collectif “Levons l’omerta.” 2016. “Harcèlement et Politique: ‘Pour que l’Impunité Cesse.’” Libération, May 9. 

Iwu, Adama et. al. 2017. "We Said Enough." Los Angeles Times, October 16.

Solidarity Campaigns

Parity Bot. Account on Twitter.

Documentation

 

Women Human Rights Defenders International Coalition. 2015. Gendering Documentation: A Manual For and About Women Human Rights Defenders

 
Security Strategies

International Federation of Journalists. 2017. Byte Back: A Journalist’s Guide to Combat Cyber Harassment in South Asia. Brussels: IFJ.

TrollBusters: Online Pest Control for Women Journalists

Tadros, Mariz. 2015. “Contentious and Prefigurative Politics: Vigilante Groups’ Struggle against Sexual Violence in Egypt (2011-2013).” Development and Change 46(6): 1345-1368.

Self Care

Barry, Jane with Jelena Đorđević. 2007. What’s the Point of Revolution if We Can’t Dance? Boulder, CO: Urgent Action Fund.

Barry, Jane with Vahida Nainar. 2008. Insiste, Resiste, Persiste, Existe: Women Human Rights Defenders’ Security Strategies. Ottawa: Urgent Action Fund, Front Line, and Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation.

Cárdenas, Ana María and Nallely Guadalupe Tello Méndez. 2017. “Self-Care as a Political Strategy.” Sur 14(26): 171-180.

IM-Defensoras. 2013. “A Feminist Alternative for the Protection, Self-Care, and Safety of Women Human Rights Defenders in Mesoamerica.” Journal of Human Rights Practice 5(3): 446-459.

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