Women in the City; On Violence and Rights

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Presentation, Ana Falú / Violence and Discrimination in Cities, Ana Falú / Current Debates on Safety: a Women’s Human Rights Approach, Giulia Tamayo / Gender-based Violence: Clues for Analysis, Virginia Vargas / The Responsibility of Local Government in the Prevention of Violence against Women in Cities, Susana Chiarotti / Safety, Gender, Mainstreaming and Gender–based Programmes, Caroline Moser / Violence and the Fragmented City, Rod Burgess / Without Violence against Women, Would Cities Be Safe for All?, Lia Zanotta Machado / Regaining Trust, Recovering the City, Marta Román Rivas / Coexisting in Diversity: Public Space from a Gender Perspective, Olga Segovia / A Contribution to the Debate on the City, Public Space, and Safety from a Feminist Perspective, Liliana Rainero. This book is published by the Latin American Women and Habitat Network and Ediciones SUR, with the support from the Regional Program ‘Cities Without Violence against Women, Safer Cities for Everyone’, coordinated from the office of the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) for Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay; and with financial support provided by the Spanish Agency of International Cooperation for Development (AECID).

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