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This report presents an overview of five study sites of the International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES), presents findings related to men’s self-reported perpetration of sexual violence, investigates seven domains of possible influences on…

This Spotlight presents some of the key Latin American organisations working to promote gender equality in the region. These national-level organisations - based in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Guatemala, Peru and Mexico - are playing a key…

cotton field.pdf
The Cotton Field case in Ciudad Juarez, northern Mexico, is illustrative of the structural causes of discrimination and violence against women in Latin America.

Tackling Institutional Violence.pdf
The Intervention Protocol for Harassment and Sexual Harassment is a pioneering attempt from the Mexican Federal Government to transform the structural causes of institutional violence within the public administration. Initiated in 2009, the Protocol…

DV Mexico.pdf
This brief analyses the implementation of Mexico’s law on domestic violence and sets out recommendations on how to improve implementation.

Women's Political Participation DV Mexico Ghana.pdf
This paper argues that differing levels of gender institutionalisation Mexico and Ghana explain divergent outcomes in the implementation of domestic violence legislation in each country.

Beyond Laws DV Lessons for Ghana from Mexico.pdf
This policy brief seeks to explain the difference the in implementation service provision for survivors of domestic abuse in two countries that passed domestic violence legislation in 2007: Ghana and Mexico. The key difference between the two…

Beyond Domestic Violence Bills_1.pdf
This research design and methods paper is a working document, and the first stage in the conduct of a joint comparative research in the topic of effective responses to domestic violence. The research will study the cases of Ghana and Mexico and…

Women's Political Participation DV Mexico Ghana.pdf
This policy brief aims to explore key factors that secure the implementation of policies to tackle domestic violence, contrasting the cases of Mexico and Ghana.

This compilation of case studies highlights the origins, structures, strategies, and impacts of various women's movements around the world.
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