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  • Ethics: Preventing Violence against Women and Girls (PVAWG)

    Mar 23, 2017 | 10:33 am

    Ethics: Preventing Violence against Women and Girls (PVAWG) This Blog Post has been written by Help The Afghan Children (HTAC). Afghanistan has experienced more than four decades of war and conflict, leading to extremely negative impacts on development, including lack of access to children’s education, worsened by continuing[…]

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  • HERproject at 10: Celebrating HERsuccess, Inspiring HERfuture

    Mar 8, 2017 | 12:03 pm

    HERproject at 10: Celebrating HERsuccess, Inspiring HERfuture By Christine Svarer Today, March 8, is International Women’s Day 2017—a good time to take stock of our collective progress toward gender equality. And such a moment of reflection is particularly relevant for HERproject this year, as we are hitting[…]

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  • 16 Change Stories in 16 Days

    Dec 9, 2016 | 12:01 pm

    16 Change Stories in 16 Days The ‘Change Starts at Home’ project is designed, developed and implemented in Nepal by EqualAccess.   The project is funded by the What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women programme,  a DFID funded global programme.  In commemoration of the Official 16 Days[…]

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  • Acting to Understand and Prevent VAW: learning from the SAFE Ireland Summit, 2016

    Dec 8, 2016 | 15:33 pm

    Acting to Understand and Prevent VAW: learning from the SAFE Ireland Summit, 2016 SAFE Ireland is a membership organization working with 40 direct service providers for domestic violence victims and survivors. Its mission is to make Ireland a safer place by improving the response to violence against women and children through creating culture[…]

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  • Innovations in data collection – implementing assisted surveys in Rwanda

    Dec 1, 2016 | 17:11 pm

    Innovations in data collection – implementing assisted surveys in Rwanda An interview can be an unnatural environment: someone comes to your house, asks a variety of questions – often very personal in nature – and then leaves. It is clear to see how this situation could lead individuals to feel[…]

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  • How do you “do” ethnography in studies?

    Oct 3, 2016 | 15:52 pm

    How do you “do” ethnography in studies? As part of the Stepping Stones and Creating Futures impact evaluation funded by What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls? Programme and UKAID, the team undertakes much qualitative research to understand our young women’s and men’s lives and[…]

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