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Courtney L. Boudreau Oct 24
“Women and girls are experts in community safeguarding - we don’t need to look elsewhere”- 👏👏👏
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Kijana Msafi Oct 24
our synergy can bring major change in VAWG reduction if not eradication in Kenya 🇰🇪
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The Evaluation Fund Oct 22
"Time is up. We need to stop talking about the numbers. We need to humanize the numbers." From stories of survival and resilience, we are reminded of the urgency to prevent violence against women and children. Let's work together to turn evidence into action.
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Nicole Dulieu Oct 22
“We’re in shit because we still have intimate partner violence... the world is going to shit” Glenda Gray’s honest summary of her outlook on the state of the world 🌍 😭
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Phumzile Mlambo Oct 21
We partner w/ Governments, agencies, civil society organizations & others to: ➡️advocate for ending violence, ➡️increase awareness of the causes & consequences & ➡️build capacity of partners to prevent and respond to violence.
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AbstractRealities Oct 24
Towards a world without rape and violence.
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Joshua Ayuo Oct 22
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Natsnet Ghebrebrhan Oct 22
SASA! Together is going to be launched in Feb 2020 in .
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jeanne ward Oct 22
love all of our awesome members and allies, including this gorgeous boy!
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Dr Helen Beckett Oct 23
Loved the passion in the room around thinking about researcher welfare. Great co-presenters and Chair. Hopefully the start of more important conversations to come..
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Salamander Trust Oct 23
We agree! That's why we collaboratively created the ALIV[H]E framework for with & Andy Gibbs & more...
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Rape Crisis Cape Town Oct 22
panelists talking about how to harness public outrage and build positive activism in order to bring about institutional change using evidence based advocacy.
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Leane Ramsoomar Oct 24
SAMRC's Professor Rachel Jewkes outlines key drivers of Violence against women and girls, knowledge generated from the Global What Works to prevent Violence against Women and Girls Programme
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Debra Kaysen Oct 22
CPT treatment benefits last 7 years following treatment even in high conflict settings
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sophie namy Oct 25
Tx & Raising Voices for the honest & practical session on ensuring programming with men is accountable to women. Takeaway: avoid tokenistic inclusion by engaging women’s orgs early & investing in the relationships
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Claire Cullen Oct 22
Shalini Roy presented remarkable 33% ↓ in intimate partner violence, sustained 4 yrs after the end of a transfer + behavior change communication program. Achieved through multiple channels
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Fatima Ghani Oct 25
Collaborating with researchers, implementers and policy makers from different countries towards ending gender-based violence and achieving the SDGs.
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Maureen Murphy Oct 23
⁩ speaks at ⁦⁩ forum about how exposure to armed conflict can increase women and girl’s risk of IPV ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦
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Wangechi Wachira Oct 23
plenary discussion: many governments can’t scale up feminist programs to prevent because in many countries gov’ts don’t support a feminist agenda.” We need a strong women's movement to take this important agenda forward.
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End Violence Oct 22
"One billion children are affected by violence annually, which is an outstanding number that we toss around in our field – but when you think about it, that’s one billion children! That’s so high and so outrageous." 📣 of at
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