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Of particular concern was the situation of women human rights defenders, especially those defending land and natural resources, women in violent conflict, indigenous women, migrant workers, sex workers, women in prison, women with disabilities, and lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex women.There was a concern that the draft Act on Family Members Welfare Protection, set to replace the Domestic Violence Victim Protection Act of 2007, contained a contradiction between promoting family integrity and supporting women to access justice since it did not intend to protect women’s rights and benefits, and focused on a mediation process instead.Italian law allowed doctors to refuse, on grounds of personal conscience, to take part in abortion procedures; at the same time, the law imposed explicit legal duty on the authorities to guarantee women’s access to services in practice by ensuring the availability of non-objecting doctors.However, regional authorities routinely failed to comply with this duty, and the proportion of doctors refusing to provide legal abortion had risen to 70 per cent.Italy was a party to the Arms Trade Treaty, but in spite of those requirements, and the European Union Code of Conduct on Arms Exports, Italy had not established a specific mechanism to prevent arms sales from having an impact on gender-based violence in recipient countries.Centre for Reproductive Rights spoke about barriers many women in Italy faced in accessing legal abortion services due to serious failures to effectively regulate and respond to wide-spread conscience-based refusals.Doctors openly boasted in the media about a large increase in surgeries, while the national institutions openly advocated the practice.
A representative of Stop provided the testimony of a person exposed to intersex genital mutilation as a child and said that all forms of intersex genital mutilation persisted in Italy, paid for by the State.
Speakers from non-governmental organizations in Romania described problems women faced in that country, including the gaps between the legislation and policy in the realization of the principle of gender equality, noting that Romania ranked last in the European Union and seventy-fifth in the world.
Sexual education was not mandatory in schools and as a result, the percentage of young people who used contraception at first sexual intercourse was very low leading to the highest teenage pregnancy rate in the European Union.
When the Committee reconvenes in public on Tuesday, 4 July at 10 a.m., it will begin its consideration of the seventh periodic report of Italy (CEDAW/C/ITA/7).
Statements by Non-Governmental Organizations Italy A speaker for Platform CEDAW Work in Progress Coalition spoke about the absence of a structural gender approach in removing discrimination and said that despite the law decree 5/2010, gender mainstreaming was not taken into consideration in laws, policies and actions at all levels.