Gender equality provisions should be implemented in the taxation and social security laws, protesters said, and Parliament should adopt the draft law protecting women against domestic violence.
What does WADV stand for?
WADV stands for Women Against Domestic Violence
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NNA - Women Against Domestic Violence, staged a march between the ministry of the Interior and Parliament building in Nijmeh(Star) Square, to demand an immediate end to violence meted to women within the social familial context.
We must support men as well as women against domestic violence.
The Ministry has asked all the State Governments to appoint more protection officers for the effective implementation of the Protection of Women against Domestic Violence Act and setup more shelters and short stay homes for the victims of the violence, she said.
For years, Glendale has repeatedly shown its commitment to reducing the intrinsic horror of domestic violence," said Assistant Majority Leader Paul Krekorian, who worked as a pro-bono lawyer protecting women against domestic violence prior to his 2006 election to the state Assembly.
The Protection of Women Against Domestic Violence Act 2005 brings under its purview every kind of violence - physical, mental, emotional and sexual - committed against women by their husbands, in-laws or other family members.
Ebadi has defended the rights of women against domestic violence, "honor killings," arbitrary male initiated divorce, and for child custody and compensation after divorce.
Participating in programs to help educate young drivers and protect women against domestic violence is all part of our corporate commitment to safety throughout the nation.