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Prevention of violence against women and girls : lessons from practice Lori Michau, Jessica Horn, Amy Bank, Mallika Dutt, Cathy Zimmerman

By: Michau, Lori.
Contributor(s): Horn, Jessica | Bank, Amy | Dutt, Mallika | Zimmerman, Cathy.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: The Lancet.Publisher: The Lancet, 2015Other title: Violence against women and girls 4.Subject(s): PREVENTION | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | RECOMMENDED READING | ATTITUDES | BEHAVIOUR CHANGE | CHILD MARRIAGE | COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION (FGM) | INTERVENTION | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | PRIMARY PREVENTION | The Lancet Series (2014): Violence against women and girls | VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN | YOUNG WOMENOnline resources: Click here to access online | The Lancet VAWG Series In: The Lancet, 2015, The Lancet, 2015, 385(9978): 1672–1684Summary: This Series paper, the fourth of five, describes programming to prevent violence against women and girls, and emphasises the importance of systematic, sustained programming across the social ecology (ie, the delicate equilibrium of interacting social, institutional, cultural, and political contexts of people’s lives) to transform gender-power inequalities. (from the abstract)
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The Lancet, 2015, 385(9978): 1672–1684

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This Series paper, the fourth of five, describes programming to prevent violence against women and girls, and emphasises the importance of systematic, sustained programming across the social ecology (ie, the delicate equilibrium of interacting social, institutional, cultural, and political contexts of people’s lives) to transform gender-power inequalities. (from the abstract)