The OSCE talked face-to-face with more than 15,000 women to assemble information in the prevalence of sexual, real and mental physical violence in southeastern and eastern European countries. The outcome showed a “grim image.”
The corporation for Security and Co-operation in European countries (OSCE) posted Wednesday the “grim” link between a large-scale survey on physical violence against feamales in eight various nations in eastern and southeastern European countries.
The representative report surveyed around 15,000 females aged 18-74 in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia, Moldova, Ukraine and Kosovo, asking them about their experiences of physical violence and punishment considering that the chronilogical age of 15. Continue reading “physical Violence against females rife in eastern European countries, claims OSCE research”