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Digital Violence Against Women in Algeria: Legal and Institutional Context

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This study examines the legal and institutional framework pertaining to digital violence against women in Algeria by conducting an extensive review of all pertinent Algerian laws and institutions. It reveals the lack of a specific legal framework that addresses this emerging issue: the results indicate the absence of current legislation and the inadequacy of existing institutions in effectively dealing with digital violence against women and girls.

In light of these findings, the study proposes a set of recommendations aimed at establishing a legal and institutional system capable of confronting this phenomenon and safeguarding women and girls from this new form of violence. The recommendations aim to fill the gaps in the legal and institutional system, to ensure a more effective response to the challenges posed by digital violence against women, and to create a safer environment for women and girls in the digital space.