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Preeti Jha. The Guardian, 14 September 2021. Women’s protests led to prohibition in Bihar but can alcohol bans end domestic abuse and harassment?
“In every village women were troubled by alcohol. Men harassed them on the streets. Husbands beat them at home,” says Sunita Devi, 52,...
Mwaba, K., Senyurek, G., Ulman, Y. I., Minckas, N., Hughes, P., Paphitis, S., Andrabi, S., Ben Salem, L., Ahmad, L., Ahmad, A., & Mannell, J. (2021). 'My story is like a magic wand': a qualitative study of personal storytelling and activism to stop violence against women in T...
Lokot, M., Wake, C. Research as usual in humanitarian settings? Equalising power in academic-NGO research partnerships through co-production. Confl Health 15, 64 (2021): The aim of this paper is to draw attention to the main challenges associated with a “research as usual” approa...
As part of the USAID-funded Safe at Home program, International Rescue Committee conducted a scoping study on the experiences and needs of LGBTQI people in humanitarian settings. Interviews with 35 representatives from LGBTQI-led and -serving organizations, researchers, and activ...