Economic Gender-Based violence happens all over the world, although the response by law, administrations and general societies differ depending on the country
Economic gender violence has been studied in different countries, ranging from those with a well developed welfare state to others where it is non existent. In this post, we will analyse studies from Sweden, New Zealand and Ghana, representing three different continents
There are different indexes and scales to detect and measure Gender Based Violence, some from which include economic abuse.
In the last months, the coronavirus disease (COVID19) outbreak has extended all around the world, with consequences already known such as the high mortality rates, the collapse of health services, and the suspension of many economic activities.
Economic abuse (EA) against women during and after the divorce or separation locks women within the loop of violence and domination undermining the higher interests of the child, which are being jointly considered by the project along with all women’s rights Also, EA is hard to identify because it is Read more…