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General Recommendation No. 35 on Gender-Based Violence against Women, Updating General Recommendation No. 19

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Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women

Gender-based violence against women occurs in all spaces and spheres of human interaction, whether public or private, including in the contexts of the family, the community, public spaces, the workplace, leisure, politics, sport, health services and educational settings, and the redefinition of public and private through technology-mediated environments, such as contemporary forms of violence occurring online and in other digital environments. In all those settings, gender-based violence against women can result from acts or omissions of State or non-State actors, acting territorially or extraterritorially, including extraterritorial military actions of States, individually or as members of international or intergovernmental organizations or coalitions, or extraterritorial operations of private corporations. General recommendation No. 35 provides States parties to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women with further guidance aimed at accelerating the elimination of gender-based violence against women.


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