The treaty explicitly states that no legislation can be passed to prevent or discourage women from reporting abuse — specifically immigration laws that restrict women from reporting violence. Retired judge Saviona Rotlevy, formerly deputy president of the Tel Aviv District Court, presided over the proceedings. According to Paskay, her organization asked the PIA for access its records back in , in accordance with the Freedom of Information Law. Shortly after that, I realized I made the greatest mistake of my life. But unfortunately, without my papers, all I can do is dream. At the end of the hearing, a detailed demand was formulated, listing the actions necessary to stop this systemic failure and protect the lives and well-being of the most overlooked women in Israeli society. As time went by, Lena met another man who offered her to live with him, but once she got pregnant he also became abusive. The groups further demanded that the hearings be properly recorded and that their protocols become part of public record. The study further showed that mothers deprived of legal status in Israel have an impeded ability to properly parent their children.
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