We are a global network of practitioners, activists, and researchers working to better equip ourselves and others with the vision, knowledge, and skills necessary to end violence against women and their children worldwide. We believe that preventing violence is possible and that knowledge, evidence, and a strong feminist movement will help us get there.
CURATE EVIDENCE AND PRACTICE-BASED KNOWLEDGE
We critically review emerging evidence and learning, synthesising and sharing the insights most useful to practitioners.
STRENGTHEN CAPACITY TO DESIGN AND DELIVER QUALITY PROGRAMMES
Through training, mentoring, and advisory services, we equip actors to shift norms, empower individuals, mobilise communities, and transform the social and structural factors that underpin violence.
ACCOMPANY GROUPS AS THEY PUT PREVENTION INTO PRACTICE
We engage with partners over significant time frames, pairing groups with specially trained prevention mentors.
ENSURE DONOR INVESTMENT IS CHANNELLED WISELY
We advocate for realistic timelines and donor policies that support effective prevention and build feminist movements.
The Prevention Collaborative serves as a trusted resource and ally to women’s rights organisations, civil society groups, international NGOs, donors, and governments—strengthening their ability to deliver cutting-edge prevention programmes informed by research-based evidence, practice-based knowledge, and feminist principles.
Our Knowledge Hub curates high-quality, accessible resources for practitioners seeking to reduce violence against women and their children.
MENTAL HEALTH AND INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE BRIEF
Starting With Ourselves: Reflecting on Power, Gender, and Violence
ADAPTING CURRICULUM-BASED VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAMMES
INTERSECTIONS OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN
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For queries about potential partnerships, our accompaniment programme, or the Knowledge Hub, get in touch here.