Farah Gaddas

Researcher in private law at the Faculty of Legal, Political and Social Sciences in Tunis and a member of the Tunisian Association of Children with Leukemia.

Violence against women: between ideal laws and the terrifying reality

Cases of violence against women have increased considerably in recent years, including the rate of femicides[1]. There are calls for the law to be revised and for victims to be better protected. The state has a responsibility to protect its citizens; this includes a responsibility to defend women through measures that tackle the root of the problem.

By Yasmine Fendri Farah Gaddas | 21 September 2021