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Webinar Applying Feminist Principles To Gbv Data Collection Lessons From The Covid 19 Pandemic (1)

Applying feminist principles to GBV data collection: Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic

    This webinar shared experiences of adhering to feminist principles while conducting research during COVID-19 lockdowns, and lessons for a post-COVID world.

    What does feminist-informed (GBV) research during COVID mean to you? This was the question colleagues from COFEMSVRIPopulation CouncilHealing and Resilience after TraumaCare International and London School for Hygiene and Tropical Medicine discussed in a recent webinar. The overall aim of the webinar was to share experiences of adhering to feminist principles while conducting research during COVID-19 lockdowns, and lessons for a post-COVID world.

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    Amiya Bhatia, B., Fabbri, C., Cerna-Turoff, I., Tanton, C., Knight, L., Turner, E., Lokot, M., Lees, S., Cislaghi, B., Peterman, A., Guedes, A., & Devries, K. (2020). COVID-19 response measures and violence against children. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 98(9): 581-644. https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/98/9/20-263467/en/
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