Browse by Theme: Gender Based Violence

Comment une approche axée sur les programmes scolaires peut marquer des points !

La violence à l’égard des femmes et des filles décime et détruit les familles et les communautés dans le monde entier. Toutefois, il est possible de réduire la violence sexiste. CARE travaille actuellement sur un module scolaire pilote axé sur l’égalité entre les sexes et sur la violence sexuelle, qui s’appuie sur des approches réussies de lutte contre la violence sexiste, élaborées dans les Balkans, au Burundi et en République démocratique du Congo (RDC).

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How a school curriculum-based approach can work

Gender-based violence devastates the lives of women, girls, families and communities worldwide. But progress to reduce gender-based violence is possible – and reaching young people through education is key. This briefing paper describes CARE’s work to engage men and boys through a curriculum-based approach in order to challenge and change the social norms and attitudes that cause and perpetuate violence. It concludes with recommendations focusing on the role that donors, governments, civil society and education specialists can play to ensure that successes can be replicated and scaled up.

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This year marks 15 years since world leaders passed UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on women, peace and security. On Tuesday 13 October, diplomats meet to review and chart ways forward on global efforts to protect and empower women in times of conflict. Given what we have learned from UNSCR 1325, what should we do differently from tomorrow on the Syrian conflict?

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This report outlines the causes of child marriage and the barriers that girls face to education, and lists 26 countries where child marriage rates exceed those for girls’ secondary education.

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On Thursday 1 October, John Kerry, US Secretary of State, Tobias Ellwood, UK Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and a number of other senior politicians from wealthy donor nations and developing countries, as well as leaders of UN humanitarian agencies and NGOs like CARE, meet at the United Nations to launch a new global ‘Roadmap’ to combat gender-based violence in humanitarian crises through to 2020. Here are four ideas for how the Roadmap can make a difference.

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20 years after the Beijing conference the incidence of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) remains outrageously high with one in three women in the world condemned to experience physical or sexual violence in her lifetime. Nevertheless we should recognise and celebrate the progress that has been made, and highlight initiatives that are making a difference.

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The challenges faced by Syrian refugees outside camps in Jordan and how they and their host communities are coping

This summary report outlining the main findings of CARE's needs assessment of urban Syrian refugees builds upon previous assessments (in 2014, 2013 and 2012) to identify trends and help understand how conditions for Syrian refugees and their hosts are changing.

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