Rights and equality
Femicide in Serbia: Crime and Lesser Punishments
Over the past ten years, more than 300 femicides have occurred in Serbia. Many of those who kill women also commit suicide. The remaining families of the murdered persons look for justice in court, but CINS’s investigation reveals that they often do not find it there.
The undeclared war on women in Europe: Trapped in the maze of domestic violence
The story of Eleni, who went through a nightmare at the hands of her self-appointed "partner", highlights the institutional gap in support for victims in Greece. What happens to women in Greece when they seek a way out of the abusive environment in which they are trapped?
The undeclared war on women in Europe: A systemic failure to prevent femicides
Is there anything more that authorities can do to protect women?
What is the EU doing to stop femicide?
EUrologus presents a brief summary of the legislative measures taken by the European Union in recent years to combat the issue of femicide.
Greece: IVF for all, but not for LGBTI people
Greece's assisted-reproduction industry has been actively promoting its services domestically and internationally, and offers hope to thousands of infertile people – as long as they are not lesbian couples, gay men or intersex people.
Reflections of an innocently convicted person: prison time changes personality irreversibly
As part of EDJNet’s investigation on the abuse of preventive detention in Europe , EUrologus made an insightful interview with a innocent convict who was wrongly sentenced.
Kyiv’s street names are being heavily de-russified
About 500 streets in Kyiv have been renamed since 2014 – many of them changed their name after the military agression by Russia in 2022. Ukrainian and Western history and figures have now taken the place of Soviet or Russian ones.
In Italy, femicides are not decreasing like homicides
Compared to the rest of Europe, the number of homicides in Italy is low and the number of male victims has decreased sharply over the years. But the same cannot be said of women. Meanwhile, at the European level, the heterogeneity of homicide classifications makes counting femicides difficult.
Femicide and Covid-19: an epidemic of violence against women
An exclusive data analysis by 19 media outlets reveals another dark side to the pandemic: a marked increase in murders of women, and violence against women, at the hands of domestic partners. The investigation also highlights serious flaws in the way institutions monitor this type of abuse.