The Istanbul Convention.
|William Collins provides a brief on some legislation originating in Europe. Currently implemented in over 20 countries and set to be part of over 40 country's laws.
Enjoy. (You won’t).
A brief description of the bureaucratic structure of the European Union (EU) and the Council of Europe (CoE) is available as a seperate post.
The Istanbul Convention is essentially a further deepening of 'Violence Against Women' (VAWG) policies. It does not explicitly make anti-feminism illegal (for that, see the second part of this article) but it does make many aspects of feminism obligatory in law. It is a collection of guidelines complete with taxpayer-funded compliance inspectors which embodies radical feminist ideals, and will infringe on, if not remove entirely, many of the individual human rights of male European citizens. Bluntly put, it is anti-male fascism.
The Istanbul Convention is a product...