Written by Lauren October, Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town
Written by Kimberly Wu
After a panel discussion at the SVRI Forum 2022, I reflect on the questions posed by the session, and make connections to my current experience as a doctoral student in the global north studying public health.
Written by Olufunke Elizabeth Afesojaye
Inequality worldwide is a crucial issue and we need to invest in its prevention. Violence against women is a violation of human rights and it is rooted in gender equality which has to do with the exercise of power, discrimination, and inequality.
Violence against women is a public health issue and it is an impediment to public health issues. Nearly 1 of 3 that is 35% of women have experienced physical and sexual violence worldwide by intimate or sexual violence, not including sexual harassment by any perpetrator.
Written by Mackenzie Martin
The SVRI Forum was as an important gathering of researchers and practitioners passionate about the prevention and reduction of violence against women and girls from around the world.
Written by Jane Ndungu
“Hello, I am Jane, a researcher and activist advocating for prevention of VAWG.”
You are probably thinking, “Okay, so am I. What’s new?” THIS! This is new and news; to me as well! Okay, please grab a coffee and give me a chance to explain.
See, I am a deeply introverted person, who prefers to sit behind a screen, as opposed to standing in front of a crowd; in fact, I insist on it. So, I have always believed, and I have on many occasions been known to say, that I am not an activist.