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KADINA YÖNELİK ŞİDDET VE AYRIMCILIK ( 2. Uluslararası Suç ve Ceza Film Festivali )

KADINA YÖNELİK ŞİDDET VE AYRIMCILIK ( 2. Uluslararası Suç ve Ceza Film Festivali )



Sayfa Sayısı
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713
Kitap Ölçüleri
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16x24
Basım Yılı
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2014
ISBN NO
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978-605-146-493-0

91,80 TL









PREFACE


Dear Passengers of Law and Cinema,
We are so happy to have successfully accomplished the II. International Crime and Punishment Film Festival, which brings together the world of academia and cinema, with the ideal of achieving justice for all and building a more just world. During the 2013 edition of the Film Festival, academics, NGO representatives, public officials and participants from the world of cinema discussed -Juvenile Justice-. While addressing the legal and socio-economic aspects of the main theme, we also tried to understand the issues involved and find solutions from the perspective of cinema, as a medium in which true society is reflected. The First International Crime and Punishment Film Festival in 2011 had as its main theme -The Period of Coups and Confronting the Past- and as such addressed an important concept. Throughout the Festival, we watched films presenting the great sufferings caused by Coups and also discussed, with the creators of those films and academics, what should be done to prevent them from happening again.
Gathering great attention in Turkish and International Media in its first year, in its second year, in 2012, our Festival addressed one of the major problems of mankind. We chose that problem, namely -Violence and Discrimination against Women, - as our main theme of the Festival. We do believe that in a society where women’s rights have not become a reality, the improvement of human rights and democracy, in general, will not be possible. The magnitude of the problem in our society is well-known. However, before we find effective ways to tackle this societal problem, a number of issues need to be addressed first.
There have been great developments regarding criminal law in Turkey. The decision in 1999 on Turkey’s candidate status for European Union membership has paved the way for Turkey to adopt numerous important Constitutional and legal reforms intended to ensure democracy, the rule of law and the protection of human rights. Many of these reforms have related directly to the functioning of the Turkish judicial system. Turkey has shown great commitment in progressing the pace of legal reforms that have brought considerable changes to the political and legal system. It has also taken important steps to ensure their effective implementation, in permitting Turkish citizens to enjoy the basic freedoms and human rights in line with universal standards. The fight against violence and discrimination, human trafficking, drug trafficking and human rights are the very issues that play a crucial role in solving the criminal problems Turkey faces today.
An important Act has been promulgated in order to protect women, children, family members and victims of stalking who are exposed to violence or the threat of violence. This Act, on the protection of the family and the prevention of violence against women, gained force on the 20th of March 2012. This Act defines domestic violence as physical, sexual, psychological and economic violence which occurs in the family and in the home, or between people who are considered as a part of family, even if the victim and the perpetrators of violence do not share the same home. This definition can be regarded as a new approach, in that violence is not only understood as physical but also psychological violence. Previously, violence was only understood as a physical concept in Turkey. A second important new approach in the Act regards the expansion of protection to women, not only from persons with whom they are in a legal relationship, but also other persons. The Act further provides for many protective and preventive measures for combatting violence against women. As a protective measure, the Act regulates that women should be provided with a home. As a preventive measure, women are also protected against acts such as defamation, inhuman treatment and stalking. Further, the Act has a special provision regarding -reporting, - in article 7 thereof. Pursuant to this provision, every individual is entitled to report a case to the authorities in every instance of the violence or the threat of violence. Also, in terms of crime, the Turkish criminal code stipulates reporting comprehensive and renders reporting mandatory. In the past, the issue of domestic violence against women was seen as a family matter, to be kept secret and in which the state should not intervene.
In brief, through the reform of the criminal law and the adoption of a new Act which focuses women and family issues, Turkey has achieved significant important developments regarding violence and discrimination against women. What has huge importance now is that the measures be implemented in a manner that women are indeed effectively protected. The issue of violence and discrimination against women cannot be dealt with only through judicial aspects, but must also be addressed from the political, sociological, economical and artistic planes.
As during previous years, this year our discussions also addressed the socio-economic and economic aspects of the main theme. We tried to understand the problems of child delinquency and juvenile justice and find solutions from the perspective of law and cinema. Within the academic program which lasted for five days, academics, NGO representatives, activists, writers, cinema artists and press members had the opportunity to express their ideas.
We are in the opinion that, to detect the problems and find solutions can be possible by comparing this with the other countries. For this reason, I would like to thank those who came from other countries and from Turkey to share valuable ideas and those who contributed to the organization of the 2nd Crime and Punishment Film Festival. Also I would like to express my gratefulness those ensuing publication of long version of papers which have been presented within the framework of the 2nd Crime and Punishment Film Festival in 2012.
Best regards, Prof. Dr. Adem SözüerDirector of Crime and Punishment Film Festival

İÇİNDEKİLER


    Binnaz TOPALOĞLU
    LA LUTTE CONTRE LES VIOLENCES FAITES AUX FEMMES ET AUX VIOLENCES AU SEIN DU COUPLE-357
    Alberto Alonso RIMO
    THE FIGHT AGAINST GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE IN SPAIN: LIGHTS AND SHADOWS-377
    Ana Lucia SABADELL
    Dimitri DIMOULIS
    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN BRAZIL: SOCIAL PROBLEMS AND LEGISLATIVE INTERVENTIONS-389
    Zolt SZOMORA
    THE LEGAL AND INSTITUTIONAL APPROACH TO VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN HUNGARY-407
    V. S. Elizabeth
    COUNTRY REPORT- INDIA-429
    Byung-Sun CHO
    LAW AND PRACTICE IN SEXUAL VIOLENCE Sema Kendirci UĞURMAN
    HUKUKİ EŞİTSİZLİKLERE KARŞI MÜCADELE VE KAZANIMLAR-1
    Berrin SONMEZ
    KADINA YONELİK ŞİDDET VE AYRIMCILIKLA MÜCADELEDE ULUSLARARASI OLUMLU ORNEKLER-7
    Deniz TUNA
    YARGI, KADININ SIRTINDAN SOPAYI, KARNINDAN SIPAYI EKSİK ETMİYOR-15
    Gülsen ÜLKER
    CİNSİYET EŞİTLİĞİ SAĞLANMADIKÇA ŞİDDETİ ONLEMEK MÜMKÜN OLMAYACAK!-25
    Nursuna MEMECAN
    CHAIR OF THE TURKISH DELEGATION TO THE PARLIAMENTARY ASSEMBLY OF THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE-31
    Gülay Arslan ONCÜ
    KADINA KARŞI ŞİDDETLE MÜCADELEDE BİR ENSTRÜMAN OLARAK KADINLARA KARŞI HER BİÇİMİYLE AYRIMCILIĞIN ORTADAN KALDIRILMASI SOZLEŞMESİ-35
    A. Caner YENİDÜNYA
    TÜRK CEZA KANUNUNDA KADININ CİNSEL İSTİSMARINA YONELİK SUÇ TİPLERİ-53
    Sertaç IŞIKA
    CİNSEL SUÇLARDA DEĞİŞEN PERSPEKTİF-61
    Fatma BENLİ
    KADIN HAKLARI LEHİNE DEĞİŞEN YASALARIN YARGI KARARLARINA YANSI(YAMA)MASI-65
    İzzet DOĞAN
    YARGI KARARLARINDA KADIN HAKLARINA BAKIŞ-109
    Philip KUNIG
    DER SCHUTZ VON FRAUEN IM VOLKERRECHT NORMEN, DEFIZITE, PERSPEKTIVEN-119
    Elke GURLIT
    DER RECHTSRAHMEN FÜR DIE AUSÜBUNG DER PROSTITUTION: EIN DEUTSCH-TÜRKISCHER VERGLEICH-131
    Şeyda EMEK
    GESETZGEBERISCHE AKTE ZUM SCHUTZ DER OPFER VON HAUSLICHER GEWALT IN DEUTSCHLAND-137
    Sigrid BOYSEN
    HUMAN TRAFFICKING A CASUALTY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW?-145
    Hakan HAKERİ
    FUHUŞ AMACIYLA İNSAN TİCARETİ SUÇU-157
    Liane WORNER
    ZWISCHEN STRAFBAREM SCHWANGERSCHAFTSABBRUCH UND ABBRUCHSNOTIGUNG- ZU DEN (NEUEN) GRENZEN DER VERFÜGUNGSBEFUGNIS AM EIGENEN (SCHWANGE-REN) KORPER -183
    Mahmut KOCA
    TÜRK CEZA HUKUKUNDA TORE SAİKİYLE OLDÜRME-199
    Erol POHLREICH
    CAN -HONOUR- BE A REASON FOR THE KILLING OF A WOMAN?-207
    Salvador MILLALEO
    VIOLENCE AND DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN IN CHILE-209
    Seyma Genc ISIK- Ümmügülsüm DEVECI
    LANDERBERICHT OSTERREICH-229
    Hiba Hadi BAKİR
    IRAK’TA KADIN HAKINDA KISA BİR DEĞERLENDERME-243
    Adem SOZÜER
    Abdullah Batuhan BAYTAZ
    Tuba KELEP PEKMEZ
    A BRIEF SUMMARY FOCUSING THE -PROTECTION OF THE FAMILY AND PREVENTING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ACT--251
    Adem SOZÜER
    Abdullah Batuhan BAYTAZ
    Tuba KELEP PEKMEZ
    TÜRK CEZA HUKUKUNDA KADIN VE TÜRKİYE’DE KADINA YONELİK ŞİDDETİN 6284 SAYILI KANUN BAĞLAMINDA DEĞERLENDİRİLMESİ-255
    Helene SILVERBERG
    SEXUAL AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE LAWS IN THE UNITED STATES-287
    Monika KOCAQI
    COUNTRIES REPORTS: ALBANIA & KOSOVO-305
    Almas JIWANI
    ADDRESSING VIOLENCE AND DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN: LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE CANADIAN EXPERIENCE-325
    Maliheh DADKHAH
    IRANIAN WOMEN, VICTIMS OF IRANIAN JUSTICE REVIEW OF GENDER-INEQUALITY IN IRANIAN DOMESTIC LAW AND CULTURAL STEREOTYPES-351
    CRIMES AND SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN SOUTH KOREA-431
    Wtodzimierz WROBEL
    DISCRIMINATION AND VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN. POLAND NATIONAL REPORT. -449
    Sofia GIOVANOGLOU
    -VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN GREECE- NATINONAL REPORT-459
    Romania Perspective
    Madalina AVRAM (VOICAN)
    DECENTRALIZATION AND DELEGATION OF POWER TOWARD LOCAL AUTHORITIES TO FIGHT AND PREVENT OF VIOLENCE AND/OR DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN. -475
    Anna ALEKSEYEVA
    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION-495
    Matjaz AMBROZ-Katja FILIPCIC
    PREVENTION OF FAMILY VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN SLOVENIA-505
    Andre Lamas LEITE
    VIOLENCE AND DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN: PORTUGUESE REPORT-513
    Sara Perez KASPARIAN
    THE SITUATION OF VIOLENCE AND DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN IN MEXICO. -541
    Lily SPRANGERS
    COUNTRY REPORTS OF THE NETHERLANDS-553
    Vittorio MANES
    SEXUAL VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN ITALY-555
    Stephen C. THAMAN
    -THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE ELEMENTS OF THE CRIME OF RAPE AND THE PROCEDURAL PROTECTIONS OF RAPE VICTIMS IN THE U. S. AS RESULT OF THE FEMINIST INSPIRED REFORM MOVEMENT--565
    Dorothy M. EHRLICH
    PROTECTING THE CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS OF WOMEN IN THE U. S. : THE ACTIVITIES OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION (ACLU) -577
    Mohamed AKIDA
    LES CRİMES D-HONNEUR RAPPORT NATİONAL D-EGYPTE-583
    Patricia OLAMENDI
    FEMICIDE IN MEXICO-591
    William LOCKE
    THE TREATMENT OF MEN AND WOMEN WHO KILL THEIR MATES IN ANGLO-AMERICAN LAW: -601
    Tatjana JOSIPOVIC
    CROATIAN MATRIMONIAL REGIMES -AN EXAMPLE OF THE NON-DISCRIMINATORY POSITION OF WOMEN IN CROATIAN FAMILY LAW--623
    Füsun SOKULLU-AKINCI
    ŞİDDETİN NORMALLEŞTİRİLMESİ SÜRECİ VE AİLE İÇİ ŞİDDET-651
    Fatmagül BERKTAY
    CAN THERE BE ANY EXCUSE FOR VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN?-663
    Hilal ELVER
    HUKUKTA ÇİFTE STANDART: KADINA YONELİK ŞİDDETİN ONLENMESİ YASASI VE AYRIMCILIK-671
    Selma AKDOĞAN
    TÜRKİYE’DE İSTİHDAM ALANINDA VE İŞ HAYATINDA KADIN-677
    Nilüfer PEMBECİOĞLU
    MEDYADA KADIN DOSYASI KAPANIR MI?-685