The report 'Broadening gender: Why masculinities matter' – a study on attitudes, practices and gender-based violence in four districts in Sri Lanka – was launched by Care International Sri Lanka under its engaging men project, EMERGE (Empowering Men to Engage and Redefine Gender Equality) in April 2013. The report was developed in collaboration with Partners for Prevention to understand men’s knowledge, practices and social attitudes towards gender and gender-based violence. The survey...
Gender-based violence (GBV) is one of the major issues facing Cambodian society where violence specifically against women is widely prevalent. Working with volunteers to tackle GBV at the community level will have a huge impact.
A manual has been developed for local Cambodian non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to better equip them to support and work with volunteers who are trying to end violence against women and girls (EVAW/G).
This manual Ending Violence Against Women – A...
UNDP, UNFPA, UN Women and UNV presented the latest research from their Partners for Prevention Regional Joint Programme at the CSW57 side event: 'Why do men use violence and how do we stop it? New evidence on men’s use of violence against women and girls and its uses for enhanced prevention.'
"We know men are the primary perpetrators of violence. But not all men use violence and many men oppose it. To stop violence before it starts we need to understand the root causes of men’s use...
The new documentary,‘A Man’s World’, focuses on the issue of rape in Cambodia and what can be done to prevent it. The 30-min documentary, part of the Al Jazeera ‘101 East’ series, includes interviews with Partners for Prevention’s Research Specialist, Emma Fulu, and UN Women Cambodia Country Director, Wenny Kusuma.
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Thursday March 7: 2230
Friday March 8: 0930
Saturday 9th: 0330
Sunday 10th: 1630
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Four women who have overcome their history as victims of violence, and turned that pain into advocacy for others, told their stories to the guests at the United Nations observance of International Women’s Day in Bangkok.
International Women’s Day, observed annually on 8 March, is being marked in Asia and the Pacific at the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) Conference Center. This year’s Asia-Pacific commemoration was...