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Europe free from violence against women must become reality – Dalli Minister for Social Dialogue, Consumer Affairs and Civil Liberties Helena Dalli said that the issue of violence against women was one of the two main areas of equality that will be highlighted during the Maltese EU Presidency in 2017, at a conference on violence against women organised by the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE). Dalli explained how violence against women is, amongst other things, the result of a power imbalance in our societies. “The importance for women to gain their economic independence to be able to live a stable life, in equal and fair relationships is therefore highlighted by this horrible reality,” Dalli said.  She added that women should be free to work and seek employment free from the burdens of violence in their home, or the risk of harassment at the place of work. “It is only then that women will gain the right conditions to become fully free to prosper.” Dalli referred to the ratification of the Istanbul Convention by eleven EU countries including Malta and urged the rest of the member states to work in that direction. Dalli referred to a meeting held the previous day with EU Commissioner for Gender Equality Vera Jurova, where they discussed possible EU initiatives tackling violence against women at length. She also commended the sterling work done by FRA and by EIGE in their joint efforts. Turning to the recently enacted Gender Identity, Gender Expression and Sex Characteristics Act in Malta, Dalli pointed out that since the female population is not homogeneous, we must address the needs of women in different realities when faced with particular issues. “These issues too relate to a form of violence against women. It is a form of violence perpetrated by our binary sex culture, where those who do not conform are marginalised, and are likely to become victims of institutionalised violence.”