On April 11th, Dr. Kristin Dunkle presented her work on developing and testing a multi-level intervention to prevent intimate partner violence in Rwandan communities. Dr. Dunkle is Chief Specialist Scientist in the What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls Programme at the South African Medical Research Council. She has been working on gender-based violence and sexual violence in Africa since 1994. We had a chance to interview her about her work. Watch the interview here.
On April 26, our final seminar of the 2017-2018 academic year featured Dr. Nadine Kaslow on the Nia Project, which assists abused and suicidal African American women.