Albania: Ending domestic violence in Albania: The next steps
Three years since the Domestic Violence Law was introduced, Amnesty International notes that some progress has been made in addressing domestic violence in Albania. More women now have the confidence to report domestic violence to the authorities. Yet, despite the growing number of petitions made for protection orders, the Albanian government needs to take further measures to implement the law and ensure the prevention of, protection from, and prosecution of domestic violence.
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