During this year’s #16Daysof Activism against GBV, the SVRI is showcasing our grantee partners’ innovative research and how this research is contributing to gender equality, improved responses and the prevention of VAW and VAC in low and middle income countries.
- Addressing women’s safety needs during lockdown in India. Shilpa Kompelli and Sujata Ayarkar.
- We are for Change - Future Change-Makers in Papua New Guinea. Leanne Jorari.
- Centering survivors in technology for addressing sexual violence: The case of MediCapt. Lindsey Green, Suzanne Kidenda, Roseline Muchai and Brett D. Nelson.
- The use of WhatsApp for focus group discussions in violence prevention research in Zimbabwe. Natalie Davidson and Prof. Catherine L. Ward.
- Migrant and refugee children on the Balkan migration route – a need for further research into the forms of violence to inform policy and advocacy. Nikolina Milic.
- Hope for change: the desire to redefine gender roles in the home. Natalie Davidson, Prof. Catherine L. Ward and Sheila Murimoga.
- Detection of online intimate partner violence in Nepali using artificial intelligence. Shreyasha Paudel and Sagun Shakya.
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