Title Greece: 1. Please provide information on the type and level of state protection available to women against domestic violence in Greece. What branches of government, specific government departments, institutions and organisations provide assistance to female victims of family violence? 2. What specific laws and policies are in place to protect women against family violence? 3. Is police protection withheld from women because of their gender? 4. Has the level of protection available to women been affected by Greek's economic downturn? 5. Does the child of a Syrian national have a legally enforceable right to enter and reside in Syria? Does a child of a female Syrian citizen have the right to Syrian citizenship or permanent residency under Syrian law? 6. Does Greek law allow for dual citizenship?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 1 May 2012
Country Greece | Syrian Arab Republic
Topics Domestic violence | Multiple nationality | SGBV | State protection
Citation / Document Symbol GRC40214
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Greece: 1. Please provide information on the type and level of state protection available to women against domestic violence in Greece. What branches of government, specific government departments, institutions and organisations provide assistance to female victims of family violence? 2. What specific laws and policies are in place to protect women against family violence? 3. Is police protection withheld from women because of their gender? 4. Has the level of protection available to women been affected by Greek's economic downturn? 5. Does the child of a Syrian national have a legally enforceable right to enter and reside in Syria? Does a child of a female Syrian citizen have the right to Syrian citizenship or permanent residency under Syrian law? 6. Does Greek law allow for dual citizenship?, 1 May 2012, GRC40214, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/50f942782.html [accessed 23 October 2014]
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