The International Office for Human Rights Action on Colombia

Femicide is the killing of women based on gender. Civil society organisations urge the EU and CELAC to demonstrate political will to end femicide.

For the International Women’s Day, the Greens / EFA Group in the European Parliament with the support of civil society, ALOP, CIFCA, Oidhaco and Groupo Sur and together with the Heinrich Boell Foundation, organised a day dedicated to finding solutions to end femicide in Europe and  in Latin America at the European Parliament in Brussels. It is the seventh conference of this kind, which has been organised jointly since 2006.

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