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In Uzbekistan, we now have a groundbreaking new law on violence against women and this provides an enabling environment for the UN system. We have seen a confirmed increase in the of cases of domestic violence during the pandemic, particularly during the period of tight lockdown.The Olivia and Helena Interview - The Crown S3
At the same time there is a deficit in data collection. From June to Julythere were, according to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, cases of crimes against women, 54 per cent of which concerns psychological violence, 44 per cent physical violence and the remaining cases economic violence. As in many countries, we consider that this is a ificant underreporting.Top 10 Women Oliver Queen has been with (HD)
Thanks to the new legal framework, we've also seen an increase in the support provided to survivors of gender-based violence. For example, in the period between February and 1 November8, As the UN family, we wanted to ensure that we don't go backwards on gender equality during this very challenging period.
We have put in place a of projects seeking to enhance services to survivors of gender-based violence and also enhanced data collection so that we have more evidence with which to ensure government can make good decisions. Because it provides us a hook with which to continue to put the issue of gender-based violence high on the political agenda. As soon as we received the information about the engagement strategy, we had a UN gender theme group meeting, not just with our UN family colleagues, but also with other like-minded development partners for whom gender equality and women's empowerment are important objectives, to build a coalition of support.
My role is to keep raising this issue on the agenda, keep building on that coalition of partners to push for a shift in policy, in practice, in societal norms and in services that are required for us to achieve our objective.
I am glad that in the country in which I'm serving, there is a positive trajectory to move this agenda forward and there is commitment at high level. She le the United Nations Country Team in Uzbekistan in support of national sustainable development priorities and Agenda InUzbekistan adopted two new laws on gender equality, to provide equal rights and opportunities for women and men, as well as protection of women from harassment and violence. During the COVID pandemic, the UN Country Team in Uzbekistan sustained service delivery for survivors of violence and accelerated comprehensive multi- sectoral responses to violence against women and girls.
The UN Country Team also prioritized socio-economic support to women, in particular rural women and young women, in terms of skills development to counter the negative impact of the pandemic. UN Women works as a member of the UN Country Team in Uzbekistan to advance international commitments on gender equality and women's empowerment.
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