Sexual Violence Research Initiative
With over 6500 members, the Sexual Violence Research Initiative (SVRI) is the largest global network for advancing research on violence against women (VAW), violence against children (VAC) and other forms of violence driven by gender inequality. The SVRI brings together a diverse group of actors aiming to achieve a world free of violence against women and children through innovative responses and prevention programmes informed by evidence, with a focus on low and middle-income countries (LMIC). SVRI welcomes you to SVRI Forum 2019 – come meet us at our exhibition stand.
Out of the shadows: Shining light on the response to child sexual abuse and exploitation
Out Of the Shadows Index: Shining light on the response to child sexual abuse and exploitation - a 60-country benchmarking index examines how countries are responding to the threat of sexual violence against children. It explores the environment in which the issue occurs and is addressed; the degree to which a country’s legal framework provide protections for children from sexual violence; whether government commitment and capacity is being deployed to equip institutions and personnel to respond appropriately; and the engagement of industry, civil society and media in efforts to tackle the problem. Visit the Out of the Shadow Index Exhibition booth to increase your knowledge and understanding of this Index
Business tel: 27 65 903 2022
Sexual Violence Research Initiative and World Bank Group Development Marketplace
The Sexual Violence Research Initiative (SVRI) and the World Bank Group have partnered to address gender-based violence (GBV) around the globe by launching the Development Marketplace to address gender-based violence. The Development Marketplace awards researchers from low- and middle-income countries with funds to support evidence-based research, interventions, and other activities related to GBV prevention and response. Come meet us at our exhibition booth!
What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls Global Programme
What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls is an innovative global programme working in 13 countries across the world building the evidence base on What Works to prevent violence in low-middle income settings.
Prevention+ is a five-year, multi-country programme that envisions a world where healthy, respectful, and equal relationships are the norm. To make this a reality, the programme targets the drivers of gender-based violence; it addresses particular social, economic, and cultural factors that shape attitudes and behaviours that lead to violence.
Business tel: 27 21 423 7088
The Equality Institute & VOICE
VOICE and The Equality Institute are sister agencies in the US and Australia that connect through a common purpose of eradicating violence against women and girls globally and shared feminist values. We work for women and girls’ empowerment and movement building in all settings, including stable and conflict settings.
Coalition of Feminists for Social Change (COFEM)
COFEM is an advocacy collective of thought leaders, activists, practitioners and academics working globally to end violence against women and girls (VAWG, i.e. GBV) in humanitarian and development settings. The COFEM community aims to foster collective action in which feminist-informed theory and practice on oppression, discrimination and violence are at the core of efforts to address GBV.
kNOwVAWdata (UNFPA Asia and the Pacific Regional Office)
kNOwVAWdata (a partnership of UNFPA Asia and the Pacific Regional Office, the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), the University of Melbourne and ANROWS) works to sustainably strengthen regional and national capacities to measure the prevalence of violence against women in Asia and the Pacific.
Global Women's Institute
The Global Women’s Institute (GWI) is a research institute in Washington, DC working to bridge research, education and action to advance gender equality and reduce violence and discrimination against women and girls. By strengthening the global knowledge base on gender issues and being a catalyst for change, GWI makes a difference in the lives of women around the globe.192/
Together for Girls
Together for Girls is a global public-private partnership that works to end violence against boys and girls, with a special focus on ending sexual violence against girls. The partnership brings together national governments, UN entities and private sector organizations to prevent and respond to violence. Together for Girls works with more than 20 countries using a three-pronged model: data, action, and advocacy to promote evidence-based solutions, galvanize coordinated response across sectors, and raise awareness.
UNDP works in about 170 countries and territories, helping to achieve the eradication of poverty, and the reduction of inequalities and exclusion. We help countries to develop policies, leadership skills, partnering abilities, institutional capabilities and build resilience in order to sustain development results.
International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Established in 1951, IOM is the leading inter-governmental organization in the field of migration and works closely with governmental, intergovernmental and non-governmental partners. With 173 member states, a further 8 states holding observer status and offices in over 100 countries, IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all.
Promundo is an international organization working to promote caring, non-violent and equitable masculinities and gender relations by conducting applied research to build the knowledge base on masculinities and gender equality; developing gender transformative interventions and programs; and carrying out international advocacy to achieve gender equality and social justice.
The Spotlight Initiative is a global, multi-year partnership between European Union and United Nations to eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls by 2030 with a seed investment of €500 million from the EU.
We are the world’s largest targeted effort to end violence against women and girls.
International Rescue Committee
Co-created by IRC and IMC, the Global Toolkit for Women and Girls Safe Spaces grounds the transformative potential of safe spaces in feminist approaches and tools as a blueprint for GBV practitioners to authentically support women and girls through a process of empowerment in humanitarian settings.
Frontline AIDS believes in a future free from AIDS for everyone, everywhere. We work with the world’s most marginalised people to break down the social, political and legal barriers – including sexual and gender based violence – that they face and which stand in the way of the ending AIDS.
UNICEF’s booth will showcase its work on violence against women and children across the world. Research, advocacy and programmatic/operational guidance will be featured, including the UNICEF GBViE Operational Guide and Resource Pack, the IASC GBV Pocket Guide, as well as key learnings and good practices from our programming in humanitarian and development contexts.
World Health Organization
World Health Organization’s Department of Reproductive Health and Research will present and share publications and multimedia materials of the organization related to the public health approach to preventing and responding to violence against women
Business tel: + 41 22 791 2306