The Istanbul Convention introduces compulsory education for boys and adult men on issues of gender roles, with 50% representation of men and women in institutions, organizations, clubs, sports clubs, cultural and other (and private) institutions.
Also, it prohibits Easter.
The Istanbul Convention (the Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence) is a treaty of the Council of Europe that opens the path for creating a legal framework at pan-European level to protect women against all forms of violence, and prevent, prosecute and eliminate violence against women and domestic violence. It does not mention banning Easter. rm.coe.int/CoERMPublicCommonSearchServices/DisplayDCTMContent?documentId=090000168008482e,