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Evidence Syntheses

Effective Design and Implementation Elements in Interventions to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls

Over the last two decades, the global community has come to recognise the profound impact of violence on the lives of women and girls. This fundamentally undermines...

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Evidence Syntheses

Effective Design and Implementation Elements in Interventions to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls – EVIDENCE BRIEF

Over the last two decades, the global community has come to recognise the profound impact of violence on the lives of women and girls. This fundamentally undermines...

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SVRI Knowledge Exchange: Pivoting to Remote Research on Violence against Women during COVID-19

This SVRI Knowledge Exchange discusses when — and how — to safely proceed with remote data collection about violence against women (VAW) during COVID-19 (or similar public...

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Webinars

Preventing IPV in Rural Ethiopia: Developing, Implementing and Testing “Unite for a Better Life”

Unite for a Better Life (UBL) is a gender-transformative programme to prevent intimate partner violence (IPV) and HIV. It is delivered by trained facilitators to groups of...

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Practice Briefs

Fidelity Brief for Adapting Indashyikirwa

Using the experience of implementation in rural Rwanda, this brief guides organizations to adapt and refine the Indashyikirwa Couples Curriculum for their own contexts and populations. It...

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Webinars

Facilitating Gender Transformation

Transformative programs to prevent violence against women and girls (VAWG) enable deep shifts in thinking, beliefs and behavior. Participants are encouraged to critically reflect on their own...

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Programme Summaries

Becoming One: A Religious Couples Counselling Programme

Becoming One is a religious couples’ counselling programme designed to prevent intimate partner violence (IPV). It is delivered by Faith Leaders who teach communication skills, emotional regulation,...

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Storybook for Children on COVID-19

“My Hero is You” is a book written for children around the world affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. “My Hero is You” should be read by a...

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UNDP Brief: GBV and COVID-19

This brief advocates UNDP Country Offices to: Integrate GBV in national and sub-national COVID-19 response plans Adapt and expand services such as shelters, safe spaces and essential...

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COVID-19 and Ending Violence against Women and Girls

This brief by UN Women: highlights emerging evidence of COVID-19 on violence against women and girls. makes recommendations to diverse actors and organisations on how to prevent...

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How Can VAW Programmes Adapt during COVID-19?

This Guidance Note offers ideas for how violence against women (VAW) prevention organisations can safely continue programme activities and mitigate COVID-19 specific risks for women.

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COVID-19 and VAW: How Can We Amplify Self and Collective Care?

This Guidance Note focuses on how organisations can prepare to best support staff, our communities, and women at increased risk of violence during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Prevention Basics

Prevention Basics Brief 3: Roadmap of VAW Prevention Programmes

This Prevention Collaborative brief aims to inform practitioners about programming approaches which have been shown to be effective in preventing VAW in different regions globally. Economic and...

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Prevention Basics

Prevention Basics Brief 2: Understanding the Causes of VAW

This Prevention Collaborative brief aims to provide practitioners with an understanding of the multiple causes of VAW and to support them to analyse these factors in their...

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Prevention Basics

Prevention Basics Brief 1: What is Prevention?

This Prevention Collaborative brief aims to provide practitioners with an introduction to VAW prevention and to look at the differences between prevention and response programmes. It is...

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Webinars

VAW Prevention: The Latest Evidence – Part 2

Lori Heise from the Prevention Collaborative presents latest evidence on VAW prevention.

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Webinars

VAW Prevention: The Latest Evidence – Part 1

Lori Heise from the Prevention Collaborative presents latest evidence on VAW  prevention.

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Webinars

‘COMBAT’ing violence against women: A success story from rural Ghana

The Gender Studies and Human Rights Documentation Centre (Gender Centre) in Ghana developed the Community-Based Action Teams (COMBAT) programme as a Rural Response System to prevent violence...

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News

Vacancy Announcement: Senior Associate for Evidence and Learning

Job Title: Senior Associate for Evidence and Learning Reports to: Lori Heise, Technical Director Location: Baltimore/Washington DC (preferred); other virtual locations inside and outside of the USA...

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News

Vacancy Announcement: Senior Associate for Capacity Strengthening

Job Title: Senior Associate for Capacity Strengthening Reports to: Kathy Durand, Director of Strategy and Operation Location: Baltimore, London, Ottawa, or Nairobi (preferred); other virtual locations will...

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Programme Summaries

The Real Fathers Initiative in Northern Uganda

The Responsible, Engaged and Loving (REAL) Fathers programme supported young fathers (aged 16 to 25 years) in Northern Uganda to build the knowledge and skills to practice...

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Study Summaries

An evaluation of the Real Fathers Initiative in Uganda

This study (an RCT) evaluated the scale up of the Responsible, Engaged and Loving (REAL) Fathers Initiative in Acholi and Karamoja Sub Regions in Northern Uganda. The...

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Programme Summaries

The ‘COMBAT’ Programme, Ghana

This programme developed a Rural Response System (RRS) to mobilise community members, state agencies and other key actors to prevent and respond to violence against women and...

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Viewpoint

Towards Decolonising Knowledge in the Violence Prevention Field

For many decades, women’s movements around the world have challenged knowledge hierarchies that have (re)produced ideas of gender, masculinity, security and bodily integrity rooted in Eurocentric, colonial...

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Versions of Violence: Intimate Partner Violence in Gay Male Relationships in South Africa

Gay male relationships are often imagined to be violence-free based on the assumption that a man can not be the victim of intimate partner abuse from another...

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Evidence Syntheses

Guidance for DFID Country Offices on Preventing and Responding to VAW and VAC

This is a brief guidance note prepared by DFID of the UK Government to inform their country offices on the intersections between violence against women and violence...

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Multimedia

Will You Be My Mother? (VAC Advocacy Video)

Will You Be My Mother? is part one of ‘Will You Ever Forgive Me?’ a feature length film that documents four poignant stories told from children’s perspectives....

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Evidence Syntheses

Harmful Connections: Examining the Relationship between Violence Against Women and Violence Against Children in the South Pacific

This is a review of literature about the connection between violence against women (VAW) and violence against children (VAC) in the South Pacific Island countries. It consolidates existing evidence from studies...

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Evidence Syntheses

Bridging the Gaps: A Global Review of Intersections of Violence Against Women and Violence Against Children

This article presents a review of evidence on intersections between violence against women (VAW) and violence against children (VAC)—including sexual violence by non-partners. It especially looks at...

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Journal Articles

Towards a Feminist Understanding of Intersecting Violence Against Women and Children in the Family

This study explores a gap in literature on the intersections of intimate partner violence (IPV) against women and violence against children (VAC) by answering how and why...

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Study Summaries

Potential Pathways to Prevention: Understanding the Intersections of Violence Against Women and Children in the Family

This is a summary of findings from a study on the intersections of violence against women and violence against children, which was conducted in 2014 by Raising...

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Evidence Syntheses

Violence Against Women and Violence Against Children – The Points of Intersection

This brief by the Pan American Health Organisation and the World Health Organisation provides key summary points regarding the intersection of violence against women and violence against...

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Programme Summaries

Stepping Stones

Stepping Stones is a gender-transformative, group and community-based initiative designed to respond to multiple sexual and reproductive health challenges. It aims to reduce both HIV transmission and...

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Webinars

The Why and How of Elevating Practitioner Knowledge for Violence Prevention

Practice-Based Knowledge can compliment and unpack evidence from scientific research to better answer questions such as who programmes work for, how and why. Applying and documenting this...

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Viewpoint

“Why did you not call the police?” Intimate Partner Violence in Same Sex Relationships in South Africa

The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa is heralded as one of the most progressive legal documents in the world. It recognises and protects the rights...

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Viewpoint

Caring for the Carers: Support Systems for GBV Fieldworkers

The importance of “self-care” has been recognised for many years in social work and women’s rights organisations in the Global North. It has also recently gained traction...

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Evidence Syntheses

Parenting and Caregiver Support Programmes to Prevent and Respond to Violence in the Home

Parenting programmes are interventions or services aimed at improving interactions between parents and their children, as well as knowledge, beliefs, attitudes and practices that affect parent-child relationships...

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Study Summaries

Impact of Stepping Stones on incidence of HIV, HSV-2 and IPV in rural South Africa

This study evaluated the impact of Stepping Stones, a participatory group and community-based prevention programme, on sexual behaviours and sexual health outcomes- including HIV, Herpes Simplex Type...

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Study Summaries

Impact of the RHANI Wives intervention on marital conflict, IPV and sexual coercion in Mumbai

The Reducing HIV among Non-Infected (RHANI) Wives intervention is a multi-session intervention for married women focused on building skills to deal with, and respond to, marital difficulties. ...

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Prevention Stories

Lessons from Oxfam’s Bano Nayi Soch: Buno Hinsa Mukt Rishtey Campaign to Prevent Violence in India

Against the backdrop of India’s high rates of violence against women (VAW) and insufficient efforts to prevent it, in November 2016, Oxfam India launched the Bano Nayi...

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Practice Briefs

Shifting Social Norms in the Economy for Women’s Economic Empowerment

This document is a summary of the process and insights from the participants of a 2017 Practitioner Learning Group (PLG) on “Shifting Social Norms in the Economy...

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Multimedia

Webinar: Tackling Gender Norms through Media

The power of the media to influence gender norms both towards greater equality and reinforcing discriminatory attitudes and behaviour has long been recognised. This webinar discusses how...

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Working Papers and Reports

Community Activism Approaches to Shift Harmful Gender Attitudes, Roles and Social Norms

This evidence review evaluates the impact made through community activism across a range of settings—from rural areas and small towns of the Eastern Democratic Republic of the...

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Working Papers and Reports

Redefining Norms to Empower Women: Experiences and Lessons Learned

This report documents CARE’s learnings in measuring social norms change through the Redefining Norms to Empower Women (ReNEW) project in Sri Lanka. Between 2014 and 2016, this...

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Research Basics

Quantitative Measurement of Gendered Social Norms

This guide by ALIGN gives an overview of quantitative approaches to measuring gendered social norms. It draws from existing practices in the field, such as major household...

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Evidence Syntheses

Evidence Brief: Cash Transfers and Intimate Partner Violence

Cash transfers to poor households reduce intimate partner violence (IPV) in over 70% of the 22 rigorous quantitative and qualitative studies reviewed. Within the quantitative evidence, reductions...

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Multimedia

What is Practice-Based Knowledge? Video

This video by the Prevention Collaborative sets out why we believe that practitioner learning and everyday experiences in designing and implementing programmes form an important body of...

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Practice Briefs

Learning from Practice: Approaches to Capture and Apply Practice-Based Knowledge

Practice-based knowledge (PBK) is currently under-used and under-valued in violence prevention programming and in building the global evidence base. This is in part due to biases of...

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Research Basics

Measuring Social Norms

This technical brief is useful to both researchers and programmers to understand what the social norms are, and how they are related to HIV and other health...

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Working Papers and Reports

Social Norms and AYSRH: Building a Bridge from Theory to Programme Design

This document provides guidance to support programmers to implement norms-shifting approaches, specifically to improve adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health. It unpacks theory and concepts central...

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The Prevention Collaborative: Knowledge Strategy

One of the Prevention Collaborative’s core objectives is to ensure that existing research and practice-based knowledge on the causes of violence and how best to prevent it...

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Working Papers and Reports

Evaluación de Impacto del Programa P Bolivia (Spanish)

Results of an impact evaluation of the Program P Bolivia intervention which was designed to promote men’s engagement in reproductive and maternal health, caregiving, and healthier couple...

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Tools and Guidance

Programa P Bolivia Un Manual Para La Paternidad Activa (Spanish)

The programme manual of the Program P Bolivia intervention which was designed to promote men’s engagement in reproductive and maternal health, caregiving, and healthier couple relations to prevent...

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Tools and Guidance

A Guide for Faith Communities to Prevent Violence and HIV

This guide by the Raising Voices adapts the SASA! Activist Kit to guide faith communities to come together to prevent violence against women and HIV. It involves...

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Study Summaries

Impact of Indashyikirwa in Reducing IPV in Rwanda

This is a summary of the impact made by the Indashyikirwa intervention in reducing the experiences and perpetration of intimate partner violence (IPV) in rural Rwanda. The...

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Journal Articles

Theory and Practice of Social Norms Interventions: Eight Common Pitfalls

This article identifies eight pitfalls that practitioners must avoid as they plan to integrate a social norms perspective in their interventions, as well as eight learnings. These...

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Multimedia

SASA! Video

This short video introduces the SASA! approach that mobilises communities to address power imbalances between women and men to reduce risks of violence and HIV.

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Study Summaries

The Do Kadam Barabari Ki Ore Programme: Engaging Boys to Prevent Violence in Bihar, India

This intervention, targeting boys and young men aged 13–21, provided gender transformative life skills education and sports–coaching in Patna district, Bihar. It aimed to promote egalitarian gender...

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Study Summaries

The Do Kadam Barabari Ki Ore Violence Prevention Programme: Women’s Intervention in Bihar, India

This intervention targeted married women in existing village-level self-help groups (SHGs) in Nawada, Bihar. It provided gender transformative learning sessions on violence against women(VAW) together with financial...

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Training Curricula

Gender Socialisation and Gender Dynamics in Families – The Role of the Home Visitor

This is a training module for practitioners visiting homes, to equip them with knowledge about gender, the impact of gender inequality on children and parental well-being. It...

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Evidence Syntheses

A Review of Communication Initiatives Addressing GBV, Gender Norms, and Harmful Traditional Practices in Crisis-Affected Settings

This is a review of development communication initiatives across the world to prevent gender-based violence (GBV), harmful traditional practices (HTP), related health concerns, and promote positive gender norms in crisis-affected...

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Working Papers and Reports

An Evaluation of an Intervention with Male Partners of Women Survivors of Conflict-Related Rape and IPV in DRC

This report presents findings of a qualitative, time-series evaluation that assessed the Living Peace intimate partner violence (IPV) prevention programme, which targeted the husbands of women who...

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Tools and Guidance

Gender-Based Violence Research, Monitoring, and Evaluation with Refugee and Conflict-Affected Populations

Research, monitoring and evaluation of gender-based violence (GBV) programmes among refugee and conflict-affected populations often raise questions regarding quality and ethics. This manual and toolkit provides researchers...

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Journal Articles

Tathmini Gender Based Violence Study in Tanzania

Tathmini cluster randomised trial assessed the impact of a gender-based violence (GBV) prevention programme in Tanzania which was delivered through a HIV/AIDS programme platform. The programme was implemented...

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Programme Summaries

The Do Kadam Barabari Ki Ore (Two Steps Towards Equality) Programme to Prevent VAW in Bihar, India

The Do Kadam Barabari Ki Ore (Two Steps Towards Equality) Programme was implemented to better understand what works to prevent violence against women (VAW) in the context...

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Working Papers and Reports

Lessons from SASA! Implementation in Haiti: A Community-Based Approach to Prevent VAWG

In Haiti, Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) is highly prevalent with 29 percent of ever-married women have experienced violence perpetrated by their most recent husband or...

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Prevention Stories

Co-Creating Systems for Primary Prevention of Gender-Based Violence with Communities in the Peruvian Amazon

Developed by the community, for the community, the GAP project is a unique initiative to prevent gender-based violence (GBV) in remote, low-resource settings. The project is a partnership...

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Working Papers and Reports

What are Social Norms? How are They Measured?

This report is based on a review of 173 different publications and articles on social norms in global development, and discusses what the social norms are and...

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Multimedia

Wilton Park Deliberations: How to Radically Reduce VAWG by 2030? (Part 2)

In March 2019, Wilton Park in partnership with the Department for International Development (DFID) and the Wellspring Philanthropic Fund (WPF) gathered 50 diverse actors in the violence...

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Multimedia

Wilton Park Deliberations: How to Radically Reduce VAWG by 2030? (Part 1)

In March 2019, Wilton Park in partnership with the Department for International Development (DFID) and the Wellspring Philanthropic Fund (WPF) gathered 50 diverse actors in the violence...

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Working Papers and Reports

Building a Shared Agenda on the Prevention of Violence Against Women and Girls

In March 2019, Wilton Park in partnership with the Department for International Development (DFID) and the Wellspring Philanthropic Fund (WPF) gathered 50 diverse actors in the violence...

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Working Papers and Reports

Social Norms: A Review

This article provides: a) a review of literature on social norms; b) draws out similarities and differences in key operational definitions of social norms; c) reviews theories that explain how...

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Tools and Guidance

Why Do People Do What They Do? A Social Norms Manual

This manual was developed from the training material used in a Multi Country Study on the Drivers of Violence. It asks the question “Why do people do...

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Tools and Guidance

Community-Based Norms Focused Interventions: Definition and Attributes

While social norms change is a powerful tool used in various development interventions, particularly in the fields of adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health (AYSRH), and...

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Tools and Guidance

The Social Norms Exploration Tool (SNET)

This is an overview of the the Social Norms Exploration Tool (SNET), a simple, practical tool to identify social norms that hold relevant behaviours in place and...

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Study Summaries

Impact of the SASA! Violence Prevention Intervention

This is a summary of the findings from a cluster randomised controlled trial (RCT) of SASA!—a community mobilisation intervention to prevent violence against women and reduce HIV risk...

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Study Summaries

Impact Assessment of the COMBAT Intervention to Prevent VAWG in Rural Ghana

This is a summary of an evaluation of the COMBAT violence prevention intervention conducted in rural Ghana. This intervention aimed to prevent violence against women and girls...

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Tools and Guidance

Resources for Measuring Social Norms: A Practical Guide for Programme Implementers

This is a resource for programme planners and implementors who are engaged in norms-shifting interventions to prevent violence against women and girls (VAWG). It provides guidance on: how...

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Study Summaries

Impact of a Microenterprise Assistance Programme (WINGS) on IPV Reduction in Northern Uganda

This was a multiphase study of different variants of the Women’s INcome Generating Support (WINGS) programme, a microfinance intervention designed to help ultra-poor women in vulnerable villages...

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Tools and Guidance

Violence Against Women Self-Assessment Tool

This self-assessment tool provides an opportunity for organisations preventing violence against women (VAW) to reflect on their work compares to current evidence of the most effective and...

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Multimedia

‘Tea Consent’ – Sexual Consent Explained

In this short advocacy video, sexual consent is explained using ‘tea’ as a metaphor.

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Tools and Guidance

Social Norms, Gender Norms and Adolescent Girls: A Brief Guide

This brief by the Overseas Development Institute provides a useful overview of key thinking on social norms concerning gender inequalities that affect adolescent girls to better inform...

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Tools and Guidance

‘Get Moving!’ Facilitators Guide

This Get Moving! Facilitators Guide can be used by at least one staff member of an organisation to engage everyone, from directors to support staff, programme officers to...

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Working Papers and Reports

Global Scoping of Advocacy and Funding for the Prevention of VAWG

This report by the Equality Institute presents findings from a global scoping on funding and advocacy within the Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) prevention field. The...

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Multimedia

The Man Box – The Pressures of a ‘Real Man’

This short video summarises the findings of a survey by The Men’s Project that asked 1,000 Australian men, aged 18 to 30, about the pressures to be...

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Multimedia

‘The Mask You Live In’ Trailer on Harmful Masculinities

Research shows that compared to girls, boys in the United States are more likely to be diagnosed with a behaviour disorder, prescribed stimulant medications, fail out of school,...

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Programme Summaries

Bandebereho Couples’ Intervention to Promote Male Engagement in Rwanda

The Bandebereho (or “role model”) intervention was based on Program P and part of the global MenCare fatherhood campaign. It aimed to promote positive fatherhood and gender...

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Webinars

Design Thinking for IPV Prevention

This webinar shares lessons from ‘Becoming One’, an innovative counselling programme for couples delivered through faith leaders to prevent IPV in Uganda. The discussion covered the application...

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Study Summaries

Bandebereho Couples’ Intervention to Promote Male Engagement in Rwanda

The Bandebereho (“role model”) intervention, adapted from Program P, aimed to promote positive fatherhood and gender equality amongst expectant fathers and fathers of children under the age...

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Study Summaries

Evaluation of the Stepping Stones and Creating Futures IPV Prevention Interventions in South Africa

This summary provides findings of an evaluation of the combined Stepping Stones and Creating Futures intervention, which was a 21 session, peer-facilitated violence prevention intervention, targeting both...

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Viewpoint

Survivor-centred approaches to eradicating GBV: Centring survivor experiences, intersectionality and restoring power

The term ‘survivor-centred’ has gained significant traction among those working to eradicate gender-based violence (GBV). As activists, organisations and movements put this term to work,  they have...

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Working Papers and Reports

Intersections of VAW and VAC: Expert Perspectives On Service Coordination in Kampala, Uganda

This report provides findings of a qualitative study that focused on the perspectives of service providers in Kampala, Uganda on the linkages between intimate partner violence (IPV)...

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Tools and Guidance

Scaling Up Norms-Shifting Interventions Targeting Adolescents and Youth

This resource by the Learning Collaborative to Advance Normative Change, addresses the scaling of social norms change interventions targeting adolescents and youth’s sexual and reproductive health. Using evidence...

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Journal Articles

On the CUSP: The Politics and Prospects of Scaling Social Norms Change Programming

This paper highlights learnings from the Community for Understanding Scale Up (CUSP), which is a working group of nine organisations who are developing and scaling social norms change...

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Evidence Syntheses

What Works to Prevent and Respond to Violence Against Women and Girls in Conflict and Humanitarian Settings?

This briefing paper by the Global Women’s Institute and International Rescue Committee provides an overview of the existing evidence 1) on the prevalence of violence against women...

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Multimedia

Ending Violence Against Women and Girls – Meron’s Story

This is an advocacy video by Womankind, that tells a story of a woman called Meron and her children who experience violence. One day she meets a women’s...

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Working Papers and Reports

Elevating Practice-Based Knowledge to Improve Prevention Programming

This paper by the Prevention Collaborative sets out why we believe that practitioner learning and everyday experiences in designing and implementing programmes form an important body of...

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Programme Summaries

The Safe Homes and Respect for Everyone (SHARE) Programme in Rakai Uganda

The Safe Homes and Respect for Everyone (SHARE) intervention was a multi-component intimate partner violence (IPV) and HIV prevention programme integrated into the Rakai Health Sciences Programme...

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Introducing the Prevention Collaborative’s Accompaniment Programme

We are excited to launch our Accompaniment Programme that matches specially-trained Prevention Mentors with partner organisations that are seeking to share, strengthen and expand their programming on...

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Multimedia

MenCare+ Bandebereho Project in Rwanda

This documentary film shares the work and achievements of the MenCare+ Bandebereho project in Rwanda in engaging expectant fathers and their parters to promote men’s involvement in...

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Training Curricula

The Bandebereho Facilitator’s Manual

This manual was developed for facilitators in the MenCare+ (Bandebereho) project. The manual consists of guidance to facilitate 15-session small group workshops with expectant fathers and their...

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Webinars

Implementing and Evaluating the Common Elements Treatment Approach

What interventions work best to prevent and reduce violence in families where violence and substance use are ongoing phenomena? In this webinar, practitioners and researchers present recent...

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Study Summaries

The Impact of SAFE on Intimate Partner Violence in Slums in Dhaka, Bangladesh

This study evaluated the Growing up Safe and Healthy (SAFE) programme, a multi-component intervention implemented in 2012-2013, which aimed to improve sexual and reproductive health and rights...

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Study Summaries

A Common Elements Treatment Approach to Reduce IPV in Zambia

This brief summarises a randomised controlled trial of a Common Elements Treatment Approach (CETA) in Zambia to prevent and reduce intimate partner violence (IPV) against women. CETA...

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Training Curricula

Transforming Masculinities – Training Manual

This training manual by Tearfund equips ‘Gender Champions’, men and women who volunteer within communities, to lead and facilitate change with respect to sexual and gender based...

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Training Curricula

Indashyikirwa Couples’ Curriculum Training Module

This Couples’ Curriculum by Indashyikirwa is designed to foster a process of change to reduce violence against women amongst couples in Rwandan communities. It consists of a...

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Training Curricula

Indashyikirwa Community Activist Training Module

This training module was developed to equip Indashyikirwa community activists with the skills to conduct community-based activism to prevent violence against women. This training module complements the...

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Viewpoint

Partnerships in Practice: Reflections on the Indashyikirwa Research-Programming Partnership in Rwanda

Partnerships between organisations implementing programmes and the research teams evaluating them can sometimes be fraught with tensions and misunderstandings. This can be due to team members’ different...

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Tools and Guidance

Mobilising Communities To Prevent Domestic Violence

Based on the methodology of Raising Voices at its inception, this resource guide aims to assist organisations to plan, implement and monitor a community mobilisation project to prevent...

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Prevention Stories

Holistic Youth Development as a Life Course Approach to Violence Prevention

Globally, research shows that there is a close association between boy’s childhood exposure to violence and the perpetration of intimate partner violence by men in adulthood. In...

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Multimedia

The SASA! Approach for Preventing Violence against Women and HIV

This short film describes the SASA! approach for Preventing Violence against Women and HIV, by showing how it is used in communities in Kampala, Uganda.

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Multimedia

Raising Voices: A Training Video for Organisations in East and Southern Africa

Designed for organisations that are working to prevent intimate partner violence by using a community-based approach, this training video by Raising Voices complements their resource guide “Mobilising...

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Multimedia

Unpacking Resistance

This video by the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Australia delves into the experience of resistance from the perspective of practitioners working in the violence prevention feild.

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Multimedia

Indashyikirwa Intervention to Prevent IPV in Rwanda

This video provides an overview of Indashyikirwa, a community IPV prevention programme that was implemented by CARE Rwanda, Rwanda Women’s Network, and Rwanda Men’s Resource Center (RWAMREC)...

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Multimedia

On the Nature of Intimate Partner Violence

Sudha Shetty at the Hague Domestic Violence project unpacks the nature of Intimate Partner Violence in the United States, and as well as globally, with entrenched links to...

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Multimedia

How a Lack of Accountability Undermines Work to Address Violence Against Women and Girls

This video by COFEM brings forth the issue of a lack of accountability in the violence prevention field that undermines work towards addressing violence against women and...

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Multimedia

Reducing Intimate Partner Violence through Women’s Access to Land

Bina Agarwal shows how giving women access to land in agrarian societies may impact a range of social indicators from poverty reduction to better child survival rates,...

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Multimedia

Raising Boys to be Men Who Care

This two-minute animation invite to reimagining a world free from gender-based violence, using lessons from the MenCare+ program. The film was produced by Rutgers and Promundo, with...

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Programme Summaries

The Indashyikirwa Programme, Rwanda

The Indashyikirwa programme aimed to reduce intimate partner violence (IPV) and improve the wellbeing of survivors in selected communities in seven districts of Rwanda. It aimed to...

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Working Papers and Reports

Preventing Childhood Violence in the Home: A Prevention Collaborative Position Paper

A core objective of the Prevention Collaborative is to address violence in families, affecting both women and children. This paper outlines the Prevention Collaborative’s analysis of the...

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Study Summaries

Integrating IPV and HIV prevention: Impacts of the SHARE Intervention in Uganda

This study evaluated the Safe Homes and Respect for Everyone (SHARE) intervention, a multi-component IPV and HIV prevention program integrated into the Rakai Health Sciences Program (RHSP),...

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Working Papers and Reports

A Safe Place to Shine Creating Opportunities and Raising Voices of Adolescent Girls in Humanitarian Settings

This report provides key learnings from the Creating Opportunities through Mentoring, Parental Involvement and Safe Spaces (COMPASS) programme in Ethiopia, DRC, and Pakistan. This programme was launched...

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Webinars

Parenting Programmes to Prevent Family Violence: Challenges and Opportunities

This webinar includes presentations from the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Philippines, sharing experiences designing, managing and evaluating parenting interventions to reduce violence against children and...

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Practice Briefs

Social Norms Change at Scale: Insights from Stepping Stones

This is a case study of Stepping Stones, which “promotes an inclusive, community-wide approach to address the complex issues communities face in changing social norms on violence...

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Practice Briefs

Social Norms Change at Scale: Insights from SASA!

This case study documents the SASA! intervention that uses community mobilisation to change norms and behaviours that perpetuate gender inequality, violence and vulnerability of women to HIV....

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Practice Briefs

Social Norms Change at Scale: Insights from IMAGE

This is a case study of the Intervention with Microfinance for AIDS and Gender Equity (IMAGE), which is a combined effort to address economic and gender inequalities, and...

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Practice Briefs

Social Norms Change at Scale: Insights from GREAT

This case study by the Community for Understanding Scale Up (CUSP) documents a social norm change intervention by the Gender Roles, Equality, and Transformation (GREAT) project that...

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Working Papers and Reports

Social Norms Background Reader

In this background reader, the Learning Collaborative to Advance Research and Practice on Normative Change for Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health and Well-being provides a useful overview...

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Working Papers and Reports

Identifying and Describing Approaches and Attributes of Normative Change Interventions

While there is much interest in the public health field on the application of social norms change approach, there is seldom consensus or common standard about what...

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Journal Articles

Converging Drivers of Interpersonal Violence: Findings from a Qualitative Study in Post-hurricane Haiti

This paper documents lessons from a qualitative assessment of the Transforming Households: Reducing Incidence of Violence in Emergencies (THRIVE) project in Côteaux, Haiti. It highlights multiple drivers of...

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Prevention Stories

Engaging Influential Students to Tackle Peer Violence in Indonesia

Background In Indonesia, more than 1 in 5 students, aged 13 to 15 (18 million children), have experienced violence by their peers at schools, according to 2015...

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Webinars

Training to Lead Critical Reflection Groups for Preventing Violence Against Women

What works best to recruit, train and support community facilitators to lead discussions on gender and power? Research and experience tell us that such critical reflection group...

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Working Papers and Reports

Towards More Effective Strategies to Prevent Violence Against Women and Children: A Prevention Collaborative Analysis

This paper outlines the analysis that informed the founding of the Prevention Collaborative, and locates our efforts within the wider violence prevention field. Specifically, it describes the...

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Practice Briefs

Strengthening Prevention Work with Men and Boys in Community Settings

Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 5 makes a global commitment to eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls in the public and private sphere. There is...

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Prevention Basics

Why does GBV programming focus on women and girls?

This Tip Sheet is part of the COFEM Feminist Pocketbook (www.cofemsocialchange.org) . The Feminist Pocketbook is a resource to support practitioners, researchers and others working in humanitarian...

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Prevention Basics

Why does a feminist perspective matter in work to prevent and respond to
 violence against women and girls?

This Tip Sheet is part of the COFEM Feminist Pocketbook (www.cofemsocialchange.org) . The Feminist Pocketbook is a resource to support practitioners, researchers and others working in humanitarian...

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Webinars

Working with Couples on Violence Prevention

This webinar is based on the publication of a new Prevention Collaborative  practice brief exploring the emerging area of working with couples on violence prevention. It looks...

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Appreciative Inquiry (AI) and Most Significant Change (MSC)

Appreciative Inquiry (AI) and Most Significant Change (MSC) are both asset-based approaches that seek to support positive change. AI is a strategy and approach to purposeful change...

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The Indashyikirwa Couples Intervention to prevent VAW in Rwanda

Erin Stern will present an overview of Indashyikirwa, a community IPV prevention programme that was implemented by CARE Rwanda, Rwanda Women’s Network, and Rwanda Men’s Resource Center...

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News

Prevention Collaborative Mentors join the Violence against Children (VAC) Winter School

In early December, 8 members of the Prevention Collaborative joined the VAC Winter School hosted by the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. The Winter School, supported by...

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Elevating the Value of Practice-based Knowledge

We are all affected by a deep, longstanding bias that privileges ‘scientifically’ derived knowledge. Yet, diverse forms of learning and ‘evidence’ are critical for agile and effective...

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Multimedia

Once Upon a Girl

“Once upon a girl” tells the story of a girl who begins to question the “do’s and “don’ts” of the world around her, and how they influence...

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Multimedia

Once Upon a Boy

This video by Promundo tells the story of a boy and his experiences growing up, including peer pressure, his first sexual relationship, his first job, and becoming...

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Viewpoint

Addressing violence against children and women in the family: A call for an integrated approach

Violence against children (VAC) and violence against women (VAW) are global epidemics with prolonged impacts on the health, well-being, and safety of individuals and societies. They are...

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Study Summaries

Does removing gender bias in inheritance law decrease violence against women? A case study from India

This study assessed the impact of equalizing inheritance rights for men and women on levels of violence against women in 16 states in India. The authors used...

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Evidence Syntheses

Ending Violence in Childhood: Global Report 2017

This 2017 report by the global learning initiative, Know Violence in Childhood, documents the scale of violence experienced by children across the world in their everyday lives...

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COFEM Feminist Pocketbook

The Coalition of Feminists for Social Change (COFEM) has developed this useful resource on feminist approaches to addressing violence against women and girls (VAWG). It aims to...

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Evidence Syntheses

Literature Review: Ending Violence against Women and Girls

This review of literature documents the state of violence against women and girls (VAWG) globally and in Australia by referring to a wide range of available evidence....

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Understanding the Linkages between Social Safety Nets and Childhood Violence: A Review of the Evidence from Low and Middle Income Countries

This review is timely as cash transfers have proven to be a powerful tool in tackling intimate partner violence (IPV). A large body of research shows that...

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What Works Evidence Review: Intersections of Violence Against Women and Violence Against Children

This 4-page brief summarises the state of evidence on the intersections between violence against children (VAC) and violence against women (VAW). The authors argue that VAC and...

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Journal Articles

Global Prevalence of Past-year Violence Against Children: A Systematic Review and Minimum Estimates.

This paper provides important prevalence data on the scale of violence (emotional, physical, sexual and multiple exposures) against children around the world. The researchers carried out a...

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Practice Briefs

Training and Mentoring Community Facilitators to Lead Critical Reflection Groups

In order to foster shifts in attitudes, norms and behaviors around gender and violence, many activists and practitioners working to prevent violence against women (VAW) facilitate critical...

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Preventing Partner Violence: Working with Couples

Intimate partner violence (IPV) prevention programming in the Global South is primarily focused on working with women. Yet, over the last few years this has expanded to...

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Practice-based Insights in Developing and Implementing a Sport-based Programme for Girls

This article examines practice-based learning from developing and implementing the Parivartan Plus programme—a structured sports mentoring programme for girls in a Mumbai slum. This article reflects on...

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Fidelity to the SASA ! Activist Kit

This programme brief elaborates the significance of the methodology of SASA!—a community mobilisation approach to prevent violence against women (VAW) and HIV, by Raising Voices in Uganda....

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Evidence Syntheses

Piecing Together the Evidence on Social Norms and Violence Against Women

Developed by the Equality Institute, this booklet maps the current state of evidence on violence against women and girls (VAWG), with a specific focus on the drivers...

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Global Guidance on Addressing School-Related Gender-Based Violence

This guidance set forth by the UNESCO and UN Women provides key information on approaches, methodologies, tools, and resources to address school-related gender-based violence. Targeting a wide range...

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Raising Voices Good School Toolkit

Raising Voices has developed this toolkit as a response to the research evidence that suggests the incidence of violence at schools on a regular basis. The toolkit provides...

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INSPIRE Indicator Guidance and Results Framework

The INSPIRE Indicator Guidance and Results Framework is a follow up of the INSPIRE Handbook that provides seven core strategies to improve programmes and services addressing violence...

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INSPIRE Handbook: Action for Implementing the Seven Strategies for Ending Violence Against Children

The INSPIRE handbook is comprised of evidence based strategies to improve programmes and services addressing violence against children. It caters to various stakeholders across multiple sectors, including...

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Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Resource Guide

Primarily targeted at the IDB and WBG staff, and as well as other development actors with little or no experience addressing VAWG, this guide provides key information...

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Working Papers and Reports

Transfers, Behaviour Change Communication, and Intimate Partner Violence: Post-programme 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 the transfer...

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Guidelines for Integrating Gender-Based Violence Interventions in Humanitarian Action

These guidelines set forth by the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) equip humanitarian actors to coordinate, plan, implement, monitor and evaluate essential actions for the prevention and mitigation of...

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Minimum Standards for Prevention and Response to Gender Based Violence in Emergencies

This document by the UNFPA provides guidance for humanitarian actors on effective and appropriate prevention and response to gender-based violence (GBV) in humanitarian settings. Developed based on...

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Rethinking Domestic Violence: A Training Process for Community Activists

This training guide and toolkit by Raising Voices provides capacity to prevent domestic violence for diverse stakeholders, including NGO workers, activists, police officers, community leaders, healthcare workers,...

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Toolkit for Optimising Cash-based Interventions for Protection from Gender-based Violence — Part 2

This toolkit by the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC) put forth a set of tools to support programmes that focus on cash-based interventions and gender-based violence in crisis...

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Toolkit for Optimising Cash-based Interventions for Protection from Gender-based Violence — Part 1

This toolkit by the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC) put forth a set of tools to support programmes that focus on cash-based interventions and gender-based violence in crisis...

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Integrating Cash Transfers into Gender-based Violence Programmes in Jordan: Benefits, Risks and Challenges

This report by the International Rescue Committee (IRC) focuses on IRC’s cash transfer programme for Syrian refugees in Jordan. Commenced in 2013, the programme aimed to address...

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Training Curricula

Preventing Violence against Women and Girls: Engaging Men through Accountable Practice— PART 3 Implementation Guide

This three-part resource package by the International Rescue Committee (IRC) provides practical insights on engaging men and boys in preventing VAWG in humanitarian settings. It is developed...

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Preventing Violence against Women and Girls: Engaging Men through Accountable Practice— PART 2 Training Guide

This three-part resource package by the International Rescue Committee (IRC) provides practical insights on engaging men and boys in preventing VAWG in humanitarian settings. It is developed...

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Preventing Violence against Women and Girls: Engaging Men through Accountable Practice— PART 1 Introductory Guide

This three-part resource package by the International Rescue Committee (IRC) provides practical insights on engaging men and boys in preventing VAWG in humanitarian settings. It is developed...

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Tools and Guidance

DFID Guidance Note: Shifting Social Norms to Tackle Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG)

This guidance note seeks to advise how programmes targeted at VAWG prevention can identify and address harmful social norms and constructions that sustain violence. It focuses on...

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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 programmes targeted at intimate partner violence (IPV) against women. It looks at programmes that aim to change...

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Training Curricula

Breaking the Cycle: An Action Guide on the Prevention of Gender-Based Violence Among Youth

Breaking the Cycle is a training programme that was launched in 2017 to provide tools for working with young people in the area of gender-based violence (GBV)....

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Prevention Stories

Adaptative Programming: Engaging Absentee Fathers in a Parenting Programme

The popularity of parenting programmes as a strategy to prevent violence against women and children has soared over the last decade. There is strong evidence that children...

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How Bicycles Started to Shift Gender Norms in Zaatari Refugee Camp

Zaatari refugee camp in northern Jordan is the size of a small city. Home to some 80,000 Syrian refugees, the camp spans more than five square kilometers....

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How Personal Stories of Violence Can Change the Dynamic Between Trainers and Trainees

Early in 2018, Sharanya Gautam, Assistant Director at the Indian NGO Voices 4 Girls, travelled to the town of Jamshedpur in the state of Jharkand in eastern...

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Prevention Stories

Why Engaging Religious Scholars in Dialogue Could Hold the Key to Ending FGM in East Africa

When Maryam Sheikh joined the Population Council to work on preventing female genital mutilation (FGM) among the Somali population of Kenya, progress had stalled. A series of...

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Prevention Stories

Giving Technical Assistance on Gender and VAWG Prevention: Balancing ‘Ownership’ and ‘Transformation’

When a public-sector organisation in Afghanistan decided to produce a set of gender resources for its employees, independent consultant Julienne Corboz was asked to provide support to...

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Does Economic Empowerment for Women in India Prevent Domestic Violence?

Late last year, a Bollywood movie sparked a debate across India on domestic violence. Secret Superstar, an Aamir Khan production released in October 2017, tells the story...

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Training Curricula

Program M Manual

Program M is named after mulheres and mujeres, the words for women in Portuguese and Spanish. It was launched in 2006 as a companion to Program H...

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Program H|M|D: A Toolkit for Action

This toolkit presents the short version of the approach contained in Programs H and M. It seeks to make the model accessible so that an increasing number...

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Program H Manual

Program H is named after homens and hombres, the words for men in Portuguese and Spanish. Launched in 2002 by Promundo and partners and now used in...

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Practice Briefs

Adaptive Programming: Addressing Unintended Consequences

Many violence prevention programmes are designed based on a theory of change that sets out pathways to expected results drawing on the available evidence. While this is...

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Tools and Guidance

Respectful Relationships Education Toolkit

The Our Watch Respectful Relationships Education Toolkit was designed to help schools to develop and sustain a whole school approach to prevent gender-based violence by promoting gender...

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Pathways to Change to Reduce Spousal Violence Against Women and Girls

This brief demonstrates the pathways to change to reduce spousal violence and improve the response to spousal violence as a result of the SAFE intervention in the...

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Research Basics

Measuring Intimate Partner Violence

This brief provides guidance for the non-expert on how to collect valid quantitative data on partner violence in an ethically and methodologically sound manner. Specifically, it addresses: ...

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Change the Story: Ten actions to prevent Violence Against Women [booklet]

This booklet is an edited extract from Change the story: A shared framework for the primary prevention of violence against women and their children in Australia. It...

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Journal Articles

Gender-transformative Bandebereho couples’ intervention to promote male engagement in reproductive and maternal health and violence prevention in Rwanda: Findings from a randomized controlled trial

This study assessed the impact of the Bandebereho gender-transformative couples’ intervention in Rwanda on impact on multiple behavioural and health-related outcomes influenced by gender norms and power...

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Evidence Syntheses

Respectful Relationships: Education in Schools

This paper was written following a decision by the Australian Government to include Respectful Relationships Education on the school curriculum. It aims to support policy makers and...

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Tools and Guidance

Applying Social Norms Theory for Measurement [Presentation]

These slides summarise how CARE sought to apply social norms theory to practice in three different programmes: Sri Lanka: An IPV prevention programme focused on male engagement...

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Top 20 Resources on Social Norms

This is a list of top 20 resources identified by members of the Learning Collaborative for Advancing Research and Practice on Normative Change for Adolescent Sexual and...

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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 to catalyse...

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Addressing Social Norms to Prevent Gender-Based Violence [infographic]

This infographic was developed by CARE to communicate about the work they are doing to change  social norms around intimate partner violence in Sri Lanka. It uses...

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Evidence Syntheses

Gender Socialisation During Adolescence in Low-and-middle-income Countries: Conceptualisation, Influences, and Outcomes

Adolescence is a critical period in the development of gender attitudes and behaviours, which have potentially life-long effects. The rapid changes that take place during adolescence provide...

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Practice Briefs

Tipping Point Social Norms Innovations Series: Amra-o-Korchi, Bangladesh

This brief outlines CARE’s experience with implementing ‘Amra-o-Korchi’ in Bangladesh. This was one of a series of ‘Tipping Point’ programme innovations that CARE piloted to identify ways...

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CARE’s Journey Piloting Social Norms Measures for Gender Programming

This “Theory to Practice” brief describes CARE’s journey to understand social norm theory from academia, and apply it in development practice. CARE’s interest stemmed from programming experience...

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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 study looked...

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Study Summaries

Enabling Social Change: How Value Deliberations Led to Individual and Collective Empowerment in Rural Senegal

This summary paper is based on four years of field research to look at how Tostan’s Community Empowerment Programme (CEP) – which entailed a process of “values...

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VAWG Resource Guide: Social Protection Brief

The briefing note looks at the intersections between social protection (SP) and violence against women and girls (VAWG), and options for integrating intervention to prevent and respond...

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Evidence Syntheses

A Mixed-method Review of Cash Transfers and Intimate Partner Violence in Low-and middle-income Countries

There is increasing evidence that cash transfer (CT) programs decrease intimate partner violence (IPV). However, little is known about how CTs achieve this impact. This is a...

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Community-based Prevention of Violence Against Women and their Children

This accessible toolkit compiled by Our Watch in Australia comprises a suite of materials for practitioners wishing to work with communities to prevent violence against women. It details...

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Approaches to Scale-up and Assessing Cost-effectiveness of Programmes to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls

With its focus on low-income and middle-income countries, this review paper summarises evidence on the cost and value for money  (VFM) aspects of interventions to prevent VAWG,...

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Response Mechanisms to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls

This paper examines the evidence base on the effectiveness of response mechanisms for VAWG in preventing the occurrence or reoccurrence of violence. In this paper, we review...

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State of the Field of Research on Violence Against Women and Girls

This paper reviews the knowledge base on the scale, scope and nature of VAWG and the factors that drive it at individual, relationship, community and structural levels....

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Interventions to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls

This rapid review paper examines the most common and promising interventions that specifically seek to reduce different types of VAWG as an outcome, and those that target...

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What Works to Prevent Partner Violence?

This document reviews the empirical evidence of what works in low-and middle-income countries to prevent violence against women by their husbands and other male partners. The review focuses on...

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Addressing Intimate Partner Violence in South Asia: Evidence for Interventions in the Health Sector, Women’s Collectives, and Local Governance Mechanisms

This evidence review looks at a range of programmes implemented in South Asia to prevent Intimate Partner Violence (IPV). It looks at interventions to prevent IPV implemented...

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Prevention of Violence Against Women and Girls: What Does the Evidence Say?

This paper reviews the evidence on interventions to reduce the prevalence and incidence of violence against women and girls (VAWG). It covers a wide range of intervention...

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