Learning and resources on gender in education
Researching Violence against Women
A practical guide for researchers and activists
The Researching Violence Against Women manual has been developed in response to the growing need to improve the quality, quantity, and comparability of international data on physical and sexual abuse. It outlines some of the methodological and ethical challenges of conducting research on violence against women and describes a range of innovative techniques that have been used to address these challenges. The manual will be useful for those interested in pursuing research on violence, especially in developing countries.