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EU agrees first law combatting violence against women

  • The European Union has reached an agreement on its first rules to address violence against women, including measures to criminalize cyberviolence and protect against forced marriages and female genital mutilation.
  • A definition of rape was not included in the legislation due to opposition from some EU countries, but member states will aim to raise awareness of non-consensual sex as a criminal offense.
  • The EU will periodically assess the need to update the rules and report every five years. The directive reflects an ongoing effort to address violence against women requested by women and girls across the EU for over 30 years.
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