Verksamhetschef Anna-Karin intervjuas i Radio Sweden P6 angående kvinnoregistret

Anna-Karin Rybeck, PhD & verksamhetschef. Bilden är lånad från Sveriges Radios hemsida Anna-Karin Rybeck, PhD & verksamhetschef. Bilden är lånad från Sveriges Radios hemsida

Verksamhetschef Anna-Karin Rybeck intervjuas i Radio Sweden P6 med anledning av kvinnoregistret. Hör hela intervjun på Sveriges Radios hemsida.

Radio Sweden spoke to Anna-Karin Rybeck, who is the head ot the Somaya women's shelter, which is focusing especially on women with immigrant background and people who are victims of honour related violence

"I am really surprised and am really upset because the information that is registered here, is not interesting at all," she said. "The only thing it reveals is discrimination and racism and it reveals an antiquated view of women. I can of course understand that the police want to register indicators for arresting an offender, or if they want to minimise further acts of violence, but the information that is registered in this register is really just horrible. It also reveals lack of knowledge within the police force about the whole situation of violence against women.

Anna-Karin Rydbeck is concerned about the effect of the news of this register will have on the women that they work with on a day to day basis.

"I never thought that we had to work so much to defend the women against the Swedish society. We have different problems and situations to help these women to have a life in respect of human rights and get free from domestic violence. We tell all our women to go to the police and to make a police reports, but if the police is registering this kind of information.. It makes me really.. I don't know what to say, actually," she said, clearly angry at what she has found out.

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