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Written by Christine Svarer, Lucia Flores Guevara, Elizabeth Dartnall, Marcel T. Korth, Angelica Pino, & Diana Jimena Arango.
First published by BSR on 10th August 2021. Read the original post here.
Gender equality can only be achieved when women and girls live free of violence. And as of now, they do not.
Written by Angelica Pino, SVRI Grants Manager and Capacity Strengthening Specialist
Written by Anshit Baxi, Senior Research Associate & Diana Thomas, Research Associate, CEHAT
Written by Carolyne Ajema and Serah Nduta, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW)
Written by Gabriella Richardson, Mhairi-Louise Martin, Chiara Zardoni and Soﬁa Treminio.
Written by Dr Jyoti Vikas Rokade, Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Government Medical College, Miraj.
Project implemented by Miraj Medical College in collaboration with the Centre for Enquiry into Health and Allied Themes and the World Health Organization
Written by Elizabeth Dartnall (SVRI), Abbie Shepard Fields (Universidad Centroamericana, Nicaragua), Sophie Namy (HaRT), Dan Lakin (JHBSPH), Hope Chigudu (Feminist Activist), Niyati Shah (World Bank Group), Anne Eckman (Consultant and Mental Health Practitioner), Claudia García-Moreno (WHO)
Written by Anik Gevers, Nicole Gonzalez and Ayesha Mago, SVRI Technical Specialists
SVRI is currently exploring whether and how to strengthen their specific contributions towards ending violence against children and child sexual abuse and advance our work in these areas in line with their broader strategy goals.
Written by Aník Gevers, Elizabeth Dartnall, Alessandra Guedes, and Claudia García-Moreno
SVRI, UNICEF Innocenti, and HRP hosted by WHO are joining efforts to develop a global research agenda on the intersections between VAW and VAC.
Written by Angelica Pino, Elizabeth Dartnall, Zainab Sulaiman, Susana Medina, Suna Hanöz-Penney, Annika Lysén.
By Lisa Aronson Fontes, PhD
Abusers often try to pass themselves off as victims. Help police understand what is really going on.
Written by Elizabeth Dartnall, Chi-Chi Undie, Heidi Stöckl, Anik Gevers, Sylvia Namakula, Agnes Grace Nabachwa, Loujine Fattal
What does feminist-informed (GBV) research during COVID mean to you?
Elizabeth Dartnall and Anik Gevers