New roadmap in combating violence against women Steps to be taken to combat violence against women entered the Presidential Annual Program of 2021. Accordingly, it will cover the period 2021-2025 ‘4. A National Action Plan for Combating Violence Against Women will be prepared. The infrastructure for the dissemination of the "electronic clamp" application across the country will be completed. Women's shelters will be specialized.
Combating violence against women has entered the Presidential Annual Program of 2021. To cover the 2021-2025 period ‘4. A National Action Plan for Combating Violence Against Women will be prepared. In the program, it was stated that within the scope of the 2021 goals, social awareness-raising efforts to prevent violence against women, forced marriages at an early age and all kinds of abuse will be accelerated, and the effectiveness and capacity of protective and preventive services will be increased. In this context, the legal and technical infrastructure studies that will serve as a basis for the expansion of the technical follow-up (electronic clamp) application across the country will be completed.
FAMILY "DIGITAL RISK" TRAINING
The capacities and inter-institutional coordination of institutions and organizations that provide services for victims of violence and perpetrators will be increased. Studies on the specialization of women's shelters will be spread throughout the country. In cooperation with the Ministry of National Education, women who receive service from women's shelters will be given trainings via the Distance Education Center (UZEM) to strengthen their relations with their children.
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In the program, significant developments have been made in the field of child policies, but existing socioeconomic and regional inequalities, crime, violence against children, sexual abuse and child marriage, smoking, alcohol and drug addiction, problematic use of technology, etc. It was pointed out that it continued. The steps to be taken in this regard are as follows: Programs and practices will be developed to prevent neglect, abuse and violence against children. Measures will be taken to protect children from addictive behavior and substances. Training will be provided within the scope of protecting children from digital risks. It will be ensured that experts who can convey information about the development of family communication will be included in daytime television programs. Studies will be conducted to raise the awareness of young people about the negative effects of drug addiction, smoking and alcohol on health. Educational, social, cultural, sports projects and activities and volunteering activities will be carried out in penal institutions and children's education centers across the country.
JUSTICE OF CHILDREN WILL BE REPAIRED
Programs will be implemented to strengthen the mental health of young people. Juvenile justice system will be restructured with a restorative justice approach, and conciliation procedures specific to children will be developed. A model for postponing the filing of a public lawsuit will be created for children driven into crime. First instance trial and legal remedies