Femicides: Belgium is still lagging behind in data collection

Last summer, Belgium adopted a pioneering European law on femicide, which aims to make up for lost time in collecting data on gender-based violence. However, feminist associations fear that it will not be enough to effectively curb the problem.

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The feminicide continuum: ‘A war machine directed against women’. Interview with Christelle Taraud

To name things is to write their history. It also gives them an existence. An interview with historian Christelle Taraud, on the difference between "feminicide" and "fémicide": the history of a word that is born in Brussels in the 1970s, bears witness to the murders of women in 1980s Mexico, and returns with #MeToo.

By , |2024-03-13T16:02:16+01:00March 13th, 2024|Tags: , |Comments Off on The feminicide continuum: ‘A war machine directed against women’. Interview with Christelle Taraud

How was EUTF money used?

As 2021 drew to a close, so too did the EUTF project, a “trust fund for Africa” created by the EU in order to address the causes of illegal immigration. Analysis shows that a large proportion of this funding was dedicated to border externalisation. 

By |2023-07-26T10:31:26+01:00May 4th, 2022|Tags: , |Comments Off on How was EUTF money used?
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