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le plan 2011-2013 de lutte contre les violences faites aux femmes

Le troisième plan interministériel de lutte contre les violences faites aux femmes couvre la période de 2011 à 2013. Il s’inscrit dans la continuité des précédents en maintenant sur les questions de violences intrafamiliales, de mariages forcés et de polygamie une vigilance soutenue. Mais il aborde également la question des violences sexistes et sexuelles au travail, ainsi que le viol et les agressions sexuelles, et les liens entre la prostitution et la traite des êtres humains. Il conjugue trois orientations : protection, prévention et solidarité.

Protection : dans chaque département seront mis en place un accueil de jour en charge de préparer ou d’éviter le départ du domicile de la femme victime d’un conjoint violent, un « référent violences » coordonnateur de l’action publique et un lieu de rencontre familiale permettant que la femme victime de violences au sein du couple ne soit pas exposée lorsque le conjoint éloigné du domicile rencontre leurs enfants communs.

Prévention : un programme d’études permettra d’évaluer l’efficacité des politiques publiques sur l’ensemble des volets du plan. Des formations destinées à améliorer le repérage et la prévention des situations de violence seront dispensées à l’ensemble des professionnels : magistrats, policiers et gendarmes, travailleurs sociaux, professionnels de santé et aussi personnels des ambassades et des consulats et personnels de l’état civil.

Solidarité : les violences faites aux femmes engagent la responsabilité citoyenne des personnes témoins de ces violences, proches, voisins, ou collègues de travail. Trois campagnes d’information seront lancées à destination du grand public sur la dénonciation du viol, sur les violences sexistes et sexuelles au travail et sur les liens existant entre prostitution et traite des êtres humains.

Au lendemain de la grande cause nationale 2010 dédiée aux violences conjugales, ce plan témoigne que la lutte contre les violences faites aux femmes est au coeur des préoccupations du Gouvernement. Il mobilisera 31,6 millions d’euros sur trois ans, soit une augmentation de plus de 30 % par rapport au plan précédent

English translation by community member MESSA

The third inter ministerial plan on the fight against violence against women runs through 2011-2013. It considers previous points while elaborating on violence within the family, forced marriages and polygamy. It equally considers sexists and sexual violence at work, as well as rape and sexual harassments and the link between prostitution and human slavery. It centres around three main points: protection, prevention and solidarity.

Protection: it will be put in place in every department staff to welcome and cater for women who abandoned their homes because of violent partners. ‘reference to violence’, the coordinator of public action and a meeting point for families to make sure that women, victim of violence in their home should not be exposed when the partner moved away from their home meets their children.

Prevention: a programme will be put in place to evaluate public policies at every level. Trainings in view to ameliorate and sort out violence situations will be made to all professionals: magistrates, policemen and gendarmes, social workers, health professionals and embassy personnel, consulates and the civilian population.

Solidarity: civil responsibility is necessary to curb violence against women; witnesses of violence cases, family and friends, neighbours or work colleagues. Three information campaigns will be launched for the public to denounce rape, sexists and sexual works and the link between prostitution and human slavery.

Coming in force at the aftermath of the 2010 national plan centred on marital violence, this plan is a proof that protecting the woman against violence is a priority for the government. It will mobilise 31, 6 millions Euros within 3 years, which registers a 30% increase compared to the previous plan

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Comments

Bonjour Princesse,

C'est un plaisir de vous lire et de comprendre avec vous l'importance que votre gouvernement donne au phenomene de violences faites aux femmes. Qu'a cela ne tienne, je pense que le probleme en afrique n'est pas celui du manque des lois. Les lois louables existent concernant tous les domaines d'activites, mais sont ils mis en oeuvre? c 'est a ce niveau que se trouve tout le probleme.

Qu'a cela ne tienne, esperons que tu nous ferra parvenir les resultats de ce plan pour que nous nous en rejouissions aussi de son success le moment venu.

Merci de l'effort que vous faites pour denoncer et remedier le probleme de violences faites aux femmes. Beaucoup de courage dans vos entreprises.

Cordialement,
MESSA

Ghnadi un jour a dit, tout finira bien par s'arranger, et si tout ne s'arrange pas, ce que ce n'est pas encore la fin. Femme, garde espoir!!!!

Ghandi once said it will all get well at the end, and if it doesn't get well, then it is not yet the end.
Wo

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Merci ma soeur

je vous remercie pour votre sacrifice et courage ! notre gouvernement parle mais rien n'est mis en pratique!
femmes gardons l'espoir! restons en ligne ma très chère!

Princesse

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Translation

The third inter ministerial plan on the fight against violence against women runs through 2011-2013. It considers previous points while elaborating on violence within the family, forced marriages and polygamy. It equally considers sexists and sexual violence at work, as well as rape and sexual harassments and the link between prostitution and human slavery. It centres around three main points: protection, prevention and solidarity.
Protection: it will be put in place in every department staff to welcome and cater for women who abandoned their homes because of violent partners. ‘reference to violence’, the coordinator of public action and a meeting point for families to make sure that women, victim of violence in their home should not be exposed when the partner moved away from their home meets their children.
Prevention: a programme will be put in place to evaluate public policies at every level. Trainings in view to ameliorate and sort out violence situations will be made to all professionals: magistrates, policemen and gendarmes, social workers, health professionals and embassy personnel, consulates and the civilian population.
Solidarity: civil responsibility is necessary to curb violence against women; witnesses of violence cases, family and friends, neighbours or work colleagues. Three information campaigns will be launched for the public to denounce rape, sexists and sexual works and the link between prostitution and human slavery.
Coming in force at the aftermath of the 2010 national plan centred on marital violence, this plan is a proof that protecting the woman against violence is a priority for the government. It will mobilise 31, 6 millions Euros within 3 years, which registers a 30% increase compared to the previous plan

Ghnadi un jour a dit, tout finira bien par s'arranger, et si tout ne s'arrange pas, ce que ce n'est pas encore la fin. Femme, garde espoir!!!!

Ghandi once said it will all get well at the end, and if it doesn't get well, then it is not yet the end.
Wo

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