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“SAHow-can-you-be-a-marda-if-you-beat-your-wife”.pdf
A report of participatory learning research in selected districts in Eastern Nepal, exploring notions of masculinities among young men and boys, how these notions shape their relationships towards others, and young men’s experiences and attitudes…

practical approach to gbv.pdf
This publication contains practical steps needed to integrate measures on gender based violence into reproductive health facilities. It is also meant to help a wider range of readers to understand the connections between reproductive and sexual…

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A pilot evaluation that explores how citizenship and agency among social activists can be fostered in contexts of urban violence at the local level.

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ASISTA's mission is to advance the dignity, rights, and liberty of immigrant survivors of violence.

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Assista seeks to enhance the security, independence, and full participation in society of immigrant and refugee survivors of gender-based violence by promoting integrated holistic approaches and educating those whose actions and attitudes affect…

close-gap-violence-women-2015-110314-en_0_0.pdf
Oxfam is very concerned that efforts to eliminate violence against women do not match the scale of the problem. In fact, while the need to end violence against women is broadly recognized, levels of violence worldwide point towards a huge gap between…

GBV Child Protection Syrian Refugees.pdf
This assessment was conducted to obtain a more comprehensive understanding of the risks that Syrian refugee families — especially women and girls — face in Jordan, and to provide a deeper understanding of Syrian urban refugees’ knowledge, attitudes,…

prevalence.pdf
The report presents the first global systematic review of scientific data on the prevalence of two forms of violence against women: violence by an intimate partner (intimate partner violence) and sexual violence by someone other than a partner…

Traditional_Practices_and_Implementation_of_the_Law_on_the_Elimination_of_Violence_against_Women_in_Afghanistan_-UNAMA_OHCHR_Report.pdf
Widespread harmful traditional practices – child marriage, giving away girls for dispute resolution, forced isolation in the home, exchange marriage and “honour” killings – cause suffering, humiliation and marginalization for millions of Afghan women…

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Gendercide in India must end. Invisible Girl Project is committed to shedding light on this atrocity, combatting it, and caring for its survivors.
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