Addressing Gender-Based Violence: A Critical Review of Interventions

Publish Year : 2007
Publisher : The World Bank Research Observer
Author Name : Morrison A., Ellsberg M., and Bott S.
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Description :

This article highlights the progress in building a knowledge base on effective ways to increase access to justice for women who have experienced gender-based violence, offer quality services to survivors, and reduce levels of gender-based violence. While recognizing the limited number of high-quality studies on program effectiveness, this review of the literature highlights emerging good practices. 


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