Furthermore, following the General Recommendation 19 of the CEDAW Committee and the Universal Periodic Review of Belgium adopted by the United Nations Human Rights Council, Belgium committed itself to extend its NAP to all forms of violence against women and girls.A working group has been created in order to prepare the integration of a section on “sexual violence” in the following long-term NAP for 2014-2018.Australia commits to a zero tolerance approach to domestic violence and sexual abuse The Australian Government is committed to a zero tolerance approach to domestic violence and sexual abuse, under the current National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children.
Belgium commits to carry on sensitization of the general public and specific groups such as young people.
It commits to fully implement the new National Action Plan (2012-2014) to fight against human trafficking, which includes developing an integral and integrated approach to address human trafficking, legislative and regulatory aspects, prevention and protection of the victims, research and prosecution.
Finally, Algeria undertakes to strengthen the empowerment of women to better reduce the effects of economic insecurity, which often leads to discrimination and violence against women.
The relevance of the action draws its substance in the primary socialization, in the education, in the training of skills, in the detection of know-how and its encouragement, and also in all measures that are likely to guarantee the respect of the human dignity, at all times and at all moments.
Belgium will pay particular attention to the protection of women and girls against gender-based violence in conflict and post-conflict situations, and commits to adopt a new national action plan "Women, Peace and Security".
Bosnia and Herzegovina commits to implement the Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence (CAHVIO) and to implement the UN Security Council Resolution 1325 Bosnia and Herzegovina commits to implement the Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence (CAHVIO).
Argentina commits to improve support services, raise awareness about existing laws and gather national statistics on violence against women The State of Argentina commits to take the following national measures to end violence against women.
It will establish a national hotline for victims of domestic violence, and consolidate gender mainstreaming in public policymaking.
Algeria COMMITS to roll out comprehensive plan of action to end violence against women and girls Algeria is committed to continue efforts to collect, analyse and regularly disseminate national data on the prevalence of violence against women and girls, its causes and consequences.
The national action plan rolled out to this effect will be sustained with the cooperation of all partners involved in the process of combating violence, developed since 2006, by rewarding actions at all levels, principally in prevention, where the family and school play a preeminent role.
In order to ensure a comprehensive and coordinated approach to preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence, a Strategy to implement the Convention will be developed.