Since 2017, the government has been mobilized on all fronts, with all actors working on the ground on a daily basis, to Protect women everywhere in the region.
5 years of work…
This commitment is specifically embodied through a contract Grenelle Domestic Violence was launched on September 3, 2019
From the creation of an inter-ministerial unit to combat violence against women and girls, to the development of a risk assessment network, the round table made it possible to adopt 54 measures, of which 46 are effective and 8 are under implementation.
Concretely, this represents in 2022:
- 4 laws have been passed since 2017 to provide more protection for victims of domestic violence
- 60 1,000 police and gendarmerie trainedes In order to better receive and support the victims
- 416 social workers in police and gendarmerie stations
- More than 9,300 places to stay Dedicated to women victims of violence: +80% since 2017
- 4367 dangerous phones have been deployed so far and 3,183 awarded in September 2022
- Approximately 900 anti-compromise bracelets Active as of September 1, 2022
- Developing complaints handling in hospitals Signing 266 agreements to facilitate the submission of complaints and simplify talking about the victims
- Developing the process of gathering evidence without filing a complaint at the hospital : 3,363 checks were carried out as part of evidence collection without complaint between 1 January and 30 June 2022 (40% increase compared to 2021).
To succeed in curbing this scourge, the government is working to further strengthen its commitment to combating violence against women:
- 11 000 seats“heResidence to me I“Horizon 2023 : 10,000 places ready by the end of the year in the region and an additional 1,000 open in 2023 to better equip certain regions
- The Prime Minister established a Parliamentary Mission to assess and improve the handling of this violence
- – Strengthening the police presence on the street and the number of specialized investigators
- increase in The number of social workers in gendarmerie and police stations by 2025
- Sexual contempt will be criminalised In the most serious cases, the fine will be tripled.
- Trial launch of a new “Start Pack” device, beginning in 2023 To facilitate leaving the house for women benefiting from protection measures.
- 3919 listeners Providing the first reception for all women who are victims of violence within the family, which is biased on the basis of sex and sexuality. When necessary, directs the operator towards national or local partner associations, who are able to provide the most appropriate response.
- Associations and gatherings Spread psychological and material aid and support to victims across the country.
Christophe Magnan has worked for many years at La Caravelle, an association that welcomes women victims of domestic violence. Last year, he co-created Îlot, an emergency housing solution for women in immediate danger.
Talking about it is the first step
Victims of France, Women’s Rights Information Center, National Union of Women’s Solidarity … Find local associations that can provide information, support and assistance to victims, their families and professionals.
On the occasion of the International Day against Violence against Women, the Prefecture of Ile-de-France, Prefecture of Paris presents an awareness video about the violence that is still bad for the general public, the system of prostitution and trafficking. in humans for the purpose of sexual exploitation.
The regional conservancy is particularly involved in combating this phenomenon, highlighting in this video the support work of the associations and the Path Out of Prostitution (PSP).
Supported by the state, this system offers victims wishing to leave prostitution comprehensive support provided by an approved association and grants specific rights such as financial assistance. Discover in this video presented by Marc Guillaume, Prefect of the Ile-de-France, Prefect of Paris, the testimony of Joy, a victim of prostitution who has followed a path out of prostitution.
Next, Gilles Baden, executive director of the “Aux Captifs, la Liberation” association, who has returned to the work of smuggling networks.
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Let’s stop the violence: https://arretonslesviolences.gouv.fr/
Violence against women: get information, help, report: https://www.gouvernement.fr/les-actions-du-gouvernement/securite/violences-faites-aux-femmes-je-m-informe-j-aide-je-signale