SVRI Research Grant #16Days 2022 Blog Series

Wirtten by Sholpan Primbetova, Assel Terlikbayeva and Louisa Gilbert

SVRI Research Grant #16Days 2022 Blog Series 

Written by Anil Raghuvanshi and Preeti Maharjan, ChildSafeNet

In this blog we talk about some of the challenges we faced in conducting the research and share the solutions we found to overcome them. In so doing, we hope that others will learn from our experiences and find our strategies helpful when planning for research in similar settings.

Escrito por Laura Navarro Mantas, Professor and researcher at the University of Granada (España), Coordinator of a national survey of violence against women in El Salvador

Written by Angelica Pino, SVRI Grants Manager and Capacity Strengthening Specialist

The real and legitimate goal of the sciences is the endowment of human life with inventions and riches” (Francis Bacon)

Written by Kathy Durand, Development professional committed to equality, social justice and inclusion

Written by Ruti Levtov, Senior Associate at The Prevention Collaborative

Written by Kathleen Murphy

Written by Lauren October, Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town

Written by Kimberly Wu 

After a panel discussion at the SVRI Forum 2022, I reflect on the questions posed by the session, and make connections to my current experience as a doctoral student in the global north studying public health.  

Written by Laura Somoggi and Shivani Gupta

This was first published by Alliance Magazine. Permission to publish on the SVRI Blog was given by the authors.

Written by Olufunke Elizabeth Afesojaye

Inequality worldwide is a crucial issue and we need to invest in its prevention. Violence against women is a violation of human rights and it is rooted in gender equality which has to do with the exercise of power, discrimination, and inequality.

Written by Mackenzie Martin 

The SVRI Forum was as an important gathering of researchers and practitioners passionate about the prevention and reduction of violence against women and girls from around the world.

Written by Jane Ndungu

“Hello, I am Jane, a researcher and activist advocating for prevention of VAWG.”

You are probably thinking, “Okay, so am I. What’s new?” THIS! This is new and news; to me as well! Okay, please grab a coffee and give me a chance to explain.

Written by Chi-Chi Undie

This was first published by the Population Council. Permission to publish on the SVRI Blog was given by the author.

It was supposed to be "just another GBV training session." 

Or, so I thought.

Written by Ayesha Mago, Anik Gevers and Leila Billing

Escrito por Equipo Free.

Como resultado de un año de trabajo impulsando un proceso de construcción colectiva, sostenido por la Iniciativa de Investigación sobre Violencia Sexual (SVRI, por sus siglas en inglés) y liderado por Equipo FREE (Feminists for Right, Equality and Empowerment), este 5 de mayo se presentará la Agenda Regional de prioridades para la investigación sobre la violencia contra las mujeres y las niñas (VCMN) en América Latina y el Caribe (ALC).

Written by Vandana Sharma, Jennifer Scott and Katherine Belen

Over the last few decades, the evidence base on effective strategies to prevent and reduce intimate partner violence (IPV) has grown. More and more program implementers and organizations are interested in adapting these proven IPV programs to their own contexts.

Written by Rebecka Lundgren for the Community for Understanding Scale Up (CUSP)


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