External Resources

External Resources

As advocates for girls and boys, understanding the magnitude and nature of the problem, as well as its on-the-ground reality, enables us to work more strategically and swiftly toward solutions.

Reports and Studies

Violence

OCTOBER 2013- Toward a World Free from Violence – Global Survey on Violence against Children
Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence against Children

SEPTEMBER 2012- Safe and child-sensitive counselling, complaint and reporting mechanisms to address violence against children
Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence against Children

Adolescent Girls

2018 – Adolescent Data Hub
GIRLS Center, Population Council

 

2012 – Using Data to See and Select the Most Vulnerable Adolescent Girls
Sarah Engebretsen, Population Council

Child Marriage

2013 – Motherhood in Childhood: Facing the Challenge of Adolescent Pregnancy
Nancy Williamson, Robert W. Blum, UNFPA

Health

MARCH 2014 – EC FOR RAPE SURVIVORS: A Human Rights and Public Health Imperative
International Consortium for Emergency Contraception & Sexual Violence Research Initiative

2013 – Global and Regional Estimates of Violence Against Women: Prevalence and Health Effects of Intimate Partner Violence and Non-Partner Sexual Violence
World Health Organization, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, South African Medical Research Council

2009 – Violence Prevention: The Evidence: Overview
World Health Organization and Liverpool JM: Centre for Public Health

Technical Guides and Program Evaluations

2018 – A Whole School Approach to Prevent School-Related Gender-Based Violence
United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative 

The limitations of data collection and monitoring mechanisms around school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) are widely acknowledged. This guide provides a framework to help policy makers and practitioners design school violence prevention programmes and strengthen response actions. The prevention model is based on eight evidence-based standards and is accompanied by a monitoring approach with a set of proposed indicators at school, district and national levels. The goal is to enable implementation strategies to be adapted and monitored in order to improve data collection and accountability around incidents of SRGBV at the school, district and national levels.

Other

Sexual Violence Research Initiative: SVRI provides a list of journal articles and reports on child sexual abuse and the effects on children of sexual violence against women.

What Works for Women: A comprehensive review of data from HIV/AIDS interventions for women and girls, spanning 2,500 articles and reports, with data close to 100 countries, that has uncovered a number of interventions for which there is substantial evidence of success: from prevention, treatment, care and support to strengthening the enabling environment for policies and programming.

2017 – Celebrating childhood: A journey to end violence against children

This illustrated book from the SSRG is about what ending violence against children takes, means and brings. It’s a celebration of childhood and a manifesto for a world where children can grow with dignity and free from violence. It gathers inspiring testimonies of people whose talent and time are bringing us closer to a world of nonviolence for all children. The contributors are remarkable people of all ages and backgrounds. They are visionary leaders and child rights defenders, scholars and artists, all of whom have demonstrated decisive commitment to build a better world for children.

Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence against Children

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