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Co-ordination Action on Human Rights Violations

The Co-ordination Action on Human Rights Violations (CAHRV) addresses human rights violations in the context of interpersonal relationships.
Major goals of the project are to integrate parallel research discourses on violence; unify the theoretical and empirical basis for policy; stimulate new, interdisciplinary and transnational research; and support practitioners, policy-makers, and scientists by facilitating the dissemination of knowledge and expertise.
CAHRV is a collaborative effort of research institutions, policy networks, and individual researchers. Four central thematic areas are:



CAHRV Flyer        List of CAHRV members

letzte Änderung: 28-Sep-2007
geändert durch: Unknown
verantwortlich für den Inhalt: S. Bohne


January 2012

On behalf of the European Commission a team with Carol Hagemann-White, Liz Kelly, Thomas Meysen and Renée Römkens as lead researchers carried out a feasibility study to map national legislation on violence against women, violence against children and sexual orientation violence in all 27 EU-Countries. For more information see "Publications".