|Name:||Assaulted and Accused. Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in Tunisia.|
2015, 84 pages
This report from Amnesty International examines the state of violence against women and looks at people who experience violence because of their gender identity or sexual orientation in Tunisia, often considered the Arab world’s most progressive state for women’s rights and gender equality.
The report features interviews with survivors of sexual assault, rape, domestic violence and sexual harassment providing a comprehensive picture of the ongoing violence that continues to pervade Tunisian society.
The report also assesses existing laws which are failing to protect survivors of such violence, despite some positive steps taken by the authorities to promote gender equality and combat sexual and gender-based violence.
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|Created On:||06/23/2016 09:09|
|Last updated on:||06/23/2016 09:11|