L. 15 January 2021, n. 4 (Ratification and execution of the International Labor Organization Convention No. 190 on the Elimination of Violence and Harassment in the Workplace, adopted in Geneva on 21 June 2019 during the 108th session of the General Conference of the same Organization)
The GREVIO’s Evaluation Report on Italy: Where We Are in the Implementation of the Istanbul Convention
The contribution (in Italian language) analyses the assessment of the implementation of the Istanbul Convention in Italy by the Group of experts on Action against Women and Domestic Violence (GREVIO), focusing on critical issues and actions suggested to the Italian authorities to tackle with gender violence in a more effective way.
The Contribution of the ICC to the Characterization of Forced Marriage as an Autonomous Crime Against Humanity: the Conviction of Dominic Ongwen
International Criminal Court, Trial Chamber IX, 4 February 2021, The Prosecutor v. Dominic Ongwen
The issue of gender-based violence in recent years has characterized the public debate and the recent period of criminal law reform. The so-called conversion treatments, which we are discussing here, require dealing with the same topic from a different point of view. To what extent therapies aiming at modifying someone’s sexual orientation are to be considerate as legitimate? And which safeguards must a legal system put in place in order to protect rights such as freedom of self- determination, gender identity and the dignity of the individual in relation to such behaviours? The aim of the work is to address those questions, by looking at the experience gained in other legal systems traditionally close to ours, which teach us that, under certain conditions, criminal law must also play a role in the fight against those phenomenons.
What Crime and Helpline Data Say About the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Reported Violence Against Women and Girls
Published the UNODC research brief on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on violence against women and gender-related violence
After having reconstructed the specific regulatory framework for the protection of women against acts of gender- based violence, the paper focuses on the effective deterrent capacity of the innovations introduced in the Italian criminal code by l. n. 119/2013 and l. n. 69/2019 (so-called Red code) as well as the possible case of "femicide"; or whether it is no longer profitable to enhance the path of prevention. Finally, it is taken into consideration, from a perspective of resocialization of the offender, the hypothesis of recourse to paradigms other than the punitive one, always integrated with it