A Study on Gender-Based Violence Conducted in Selected Rural violence against women and girls impedes their full participation in society, limits access to education and economic participation, and hinders efforts to achieve gender equality broadly. million to selected applicants for projects including research, interventions, or other activities related to gender-based violence prevention. a (2007) minimizing the risk to women in a study of domestic violence in south africa: easier said than done. and the World Bank Group will disburse more than US million to advance evidence-based interventions to prevent gender-based violence (GBV) in low- and middle-income countries.. income, abortion, schooling, food etc), yet in the qualitative interviews, informants generally understood the focus of the research as being on issues of gender, sexuality, women abuse, gender relations, which all fall in the realm of gbv. the year 2010 a south african non-governmental organization called genderlinks (gl) collaborating with the south african medical research council and the university of the witwatersrand undertook a community-based survey to study the prevalence of gender-based violence in the gauteng province of south africa. there were questions on gender relations, control by the male partner in the relationship, sexual harassment, sexual relations and about witnessing domestic violence.
Students share research about gender-based violence | University “gender-based violence affects people of all ethnicities, races, classes, religions, education levels and international borders,” said isbister, quoting a report by the white house. student reflected, “when i first discovered that i’d have to work on a research-based project for the entire semester, i was far less than enthused. and researchers have raised concern that interpersonal violence and trauma survivors as research participants may be emotionally or psychologically harmed by being asked about their adversarial histories , , . the current study we found no difference according to interpersonal violence or trauma experiences or gender in reporting the need for help. (2001) putting womens’ safety first: ethical and safety recommendations for research on domestic violence against women. m, jewkes r, morna c, rama k (2011) the war at home: gender based violence indicators project. johannesburg, south africa: gender links & south african medical research council.