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Working Papers and Reports

A Call to Re-imagine Prevention: Towards more effective strategies to end violence against women and children

The Prevention Collaborative is a new global initiative created to serve practitioners and social movements working to prevent violence against women (VAW) and children (VAC).  ...
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Transfers, Behavior Change Communication, and Intimate Partner Violence: Postprogram evidence from Rural Bangladesh

While transfers, such as cash and food, are a popular intervention to address intimate partner violence (IPV), this paper asks, what happens to IPV after ...
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Integrating Cash Transfers into Gender-based Violence Programs in Jordan: Benefits, Risks and Challenges

This report by the International Rescue Committee (IRC) focuses on IRC’s cash transfer program for Syrian refugees in Jordan. Commenced in 2013, the program aimed ...
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Community Based Approaches to Intimate Partner Violence: A Review of Evidence and Essential Steps for Adaption

This review by the World Bank focuses on primary prevention programs targeted at intimate partner violence (IPV) against women. It looks at programs that aim ...
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Social norms and girls’ wellbeing: Linking theory and practice

This report seeks to better explore the connections between social norms theory and practice as they relate to girls lives and the implications for efforts ...
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On Norms and Agency: Conversations about gender equality with men and women in 20 countries

This paper summarises the findings of a qualitative field study with 4000 men and women in focus groups across 20 countries from all regions. The ...
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