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  • Global Guidance on Addressing School-Related Gender-Based Violence
    Global Guidance on Addressing School-Related Gender-Based Violence
    This guidance aims to provide a comprehensive, one-stop resource on school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV), including clear, knowledge-based operational guidance, diverse case studies drawn from examples of promising practice and recommended tools for the education sector and its partners working to eliminate gender-based violence. It distils programme knowledge based on existing global literature, promising practices, expert recommendations and practitioner consensus. 
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  • Why Ending School-Related Gender-Based Violence is Critical to Sustainable Development
    Why Ending School-Related Gender-Based Violence is Critical to Sustainable Development
    When the United Nations adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in September 2015, it committed to strive for a world guided by human rights, a world that is just, equitable and inclusive, and a world that is free from fear and from violence. Working towards sustained economic growth, social development and environmental protection for all, the agenda seeks to invest in children and young people and provide them with a nurturing environment for the full realization of their rights. 
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  • Technical Brief: Engaging communities in dialogue on gender norms to tackle sexual violence in and around schools
    Technical Brief: Engaging communities in dialogue on gender norms to tackle sexual violence in and around schools
    Technical Brief: Engaging communities in dialogue on gender norms to tackle sexual violence in and around schools. The purpose of this technical note is to 1) explain how gender norms shape sexual violence, and why it is critical to incorporate dialogue and action on gender norms in SRGBV interventions, and 2) identify promising approaches to addressing gender norms within programs aimed at ending SRGBV, and sexual violence in particular. 
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  • Global Working Group to End to SRGV Call to Action: 2016
    Global Working Group to End to SRGV Call to Action: 2016
    The Global Working Group to End School-Related Gender-Based Violence 2016 Call to Action, calls on governments, donors and stakeholders to: Recognize harmful gender norms as an important driver of violence; Boost investment in interventions that address SRGBV; Develop and implement national policies and plans to end SRGBV; Address SRGBV in learning spaces for migrant, refugee and displaced children and adolescents; Fill the SRGBV data deficit.

     

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