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Monday, 21 January 2013

National Conf on Protection of women from Domestic Violence on Jan 21

National Conf on Protection of women from Domestic Violence on Jan 21

 (News posted on: 21 Jan 2013)






By Amrit Pal Brar Bathinda, January 20: The National Mission for Empowerment of Women (NMEW) in collaboration with the Lawyers Collective Women's Rights Initiative (LCWRI), supported by UN Women is holding the Sixth National Conference on implementation of PWDVA, 2005 on 21st January 2013. Krishna Tirath, Minister for Women and Child Development will inaugurate the conference. The Chief Justice of India, Altamas Kabir will also be present at the conference this was disclosed by Manmeet Singh Sidhu Advocate.
The Sixth Monitoring and Evaluation Report titled Staying Alive: Evaluating Court Orders will be released at the National Conference along with the release of the Best Practices Manual on the implementation of PWDV Act 2005' and a Resource Tool for Monitoring & Evaluation of PWDV Act 2005'. The Minister of Women and Child Development, Smt. Krishna Tirath, will release the Best Practices Manual PWDV Act 2005 & Resource Tool Monitoring and Evaluation PWDV Act 2005. The Hon'ble Chief Justice of India, Shri Altamas Kabir will release the 6th Monitoring & Evaluation Report titled Staying Alive: Evaluating Court Order'.
The Best Practices Manual sets out to acknowledge the exemplary efforts of some States in implementation of PWDV Act. The Resource Tool builds a normative framework which can be used by state and central nodal agencies to comply with obligations under the PWDVA. The Monitoring & Evaluation Report documents implementation of the Act and evaluates its functioning by analyzing the judgments and orders passed. It also presents the attitudes, knowledge and practice of stakeholders under the Act.
This meeting will be attended by representatives from the State governments, representatives from Ministries, protection officers, representatives from civil society organizations/ women's groups, UN officials and representatives from the press added Mr Manmeet Singh Sidhu.


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By Amrit Pal Brar Bathinda, January 20: The National Mission for Empowerment of Women (NMEW) in collaboration with the Lawyers Collective Women's Rights Initiative (LCWRI), supported by UN Women is holding the Sixth National Conference on implementation of PWDVA, 2005 on 21st January 2013. Krishna Tirath, Minister for Women and Child Development will inaugurate the conference. The Chief Justice of India, Altamas Kabir will also be present at the conference this was disclosed by Manmeet Singh Sidhu Advocate.
The Sixth Monitoring and Evaluation Report titled Staying Alive: Evaluating Court Orders will be released at the National Conference along with the release of the Best Practices Manual on the implementation of PWDV Act 2005' and a Resource Tool for Monitoring & Evaluation of PWDV Act 2005'. The Minister of Women and Child Development, Smt. Krishna Tirath, will release the Best Practices Manual PWDV Act 2005 & Resource Tool Monitoring and Evaluation PWDV Act 2005. The Hon'ble Chief Justice of India, Shri Altamas Kabir will release the 6th Monitoring & Evaluation Report titled Staying Alive: Evaluating Court Order'.
The Best Practices Manual sets out to acknowledge the exemplary efforts of some States in implementation of PWDV Act. The Resource Tool builds a normative framework which can be used by state and central nodal agencies to comply with obligations under the PWDVA. The Monitoring & Evaluation Report documents implementation of the Act and evaluates its functioning by analyzing the judgments and orders passed. It also presents the attitudes, knowledge and practice of stakeholders under the Act.
This meeting will be attended by representatives from the State governments, representatives from Ministries, protection officers, representatives from civil society organizations/ women's groups, UN officials and representatives from the press added Mr Manmeet Singh Sidhu.


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