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UN Human Rights Council Resolution on Violence Against Women (June 2011)

Publication Date: 
June, 2011
Source: 
UN Human Rights Council

At the 17th Session of the UN Human Rights Council in June 2011, the following states put forth a draft resolution on Accelerating efforts to eliminate all forms of violence against women: ensuring due diligence in protection;

Albania*, Armenia*, Australia*, Austria*, Belgium, Benin*, Bolivia (Plurinational State of)*, Bosnia and Herzegovina*, Cambodia*, Canada*, Chile, Colombia*, Costa Rica*, Croatia*, Cyprus*, Czech Republic*, Denmark*, Ecuador, Estonia*, Finland*, France, Germany*, Greece*, Guatemala, Honduras*, Hungary, Italy*, Jordan, Latvia*, Liechtenstein*, Lithuania*, Luxembourg*, Mexico, Montenegro*, Netherlands*, New Zealand*, Norway, Panama*, Peru*, Poland, Portugal*, Republic of Moldova, Romania*, Serbia*, Slovakia, Slovenia*, Spain, Sweden*, Switzerland, Thailand, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia*, Ukraine, Uruguay, Viet Nam*.

* Non-Member State of the Human Rights Council. 

Read the Resolution here.