Violence Against Women by Country

Violence against women is a problem in almost every country throughout the world, whether it comes in the form of domestic violence, human trafficking, sexual assault, and harassment, or harmful traditional practices. Use the sidebar or click on the map or a flag below  to find information on violence against women and women's rights related to specific countries, with a special focus on Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, the Balkans, the South Caucasus, Mongolia, Turkey, Afghanistan, the United States, and Morocco.

 
United States Morocco Czech Republic Poland Lithuania Latvia Estonia Belarus Slovakia Hungary Montevideo Kosovo Albania Macedonia Serbia Bosnia & Herzegovina Croatia Slovenia Bulgaria Romania Moldova Ukraine Turkey Georgia Armenia Azerbaijan Kazakhstan Uzbekistan Turkmenistan Afghanistan Tajikistan Kyrgyzstan Mongolia Russia
Afghanistan Albania/ Republika e Shqipris Azerbaijan/ Azarbaycan Respublikasi Armenia/ Hayastani Hanrapetutyun Belarus Bosnia and Herzegovina/ Bosna i Hercegovina Bulgaria/ Republika Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic/ Ceska Republika
Estonia/ Eesti Vabariik Georgia/ Sak'art'velos Respublika Hungary/ Magyar Kztrsasg Kazakhstan Kosovo Kyrgyzstan/ Kyrgyz Respublikasy Latvia Lithuania/ Lietuvos Respublika Macedonia
Moldova/ Republica Moldova Mongolia Montenegro/ Montegro Morocco Poland/ Rzeczpospolita Polska Romania Russian Federation/ Rossiyskaya Federatsiya Serbia Slovakia/ Slovenska Republika
Slovenia Slovenia Turkmenistan Ukraine/ Ukrayina Uzbekistan United States