Towards Gender-Responsive Criminal Justice: Good practices from Southeast Asia

DATE

December 31, 2018

GUEST AUTHORS

Eileen Skinnider

YEARS

2018

POLICIES

Gender-Based Violence + Violence Against Children

Towards Gender-Responsive Criminal Justice: Good practices from Southeast Asia

This research report reviews the wide range of good practices that countries in Southeast Asia have been undertaking in order to ensure that women subjected to violence in Southeast Asia have access to gender-responsive criminal justice processes and obtain effective justice, protection and redress. Using the international instrument – the United Nations Updated Model Strategies and Practical Measures to Eliminate Violence against Women in the Field of Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice – as a guiding framework, the criteria for identifying good practices include that they are human rights-based and victim-survivor-centred, and that they have an offender accountability approach.

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Eileen Skinnider

Senior Associate

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