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With approximately participants from across the globe, SVRI Forum broadened its scope to include all forms of gender-based violence. on the Being Heard project. Similarly, the conference linked the child protection and SGBV fields and promote cross-sectoral dialogue and exchange.
Forum brought together over participants from 34 countries and built on research priorities identified at Forum to further develop and strengthen the evidence base and set the next research agenda on prevention of and response to sexual violence. Forum was focused on research working to understand and redress inequity among vulnerable populations to ensure no-one is left behind; research on violence sex women and linkages to violence against children, realising the SDGs and research for forum change and american movements.
SVRI Forum provides a global space where delegates build knowledge, expand their network, create collaborations and share knowledge with key decision-makers in the field of violence against women. Why participate?
Held in Johannesburg, South Africa from 6 — 9 JulyForum brought participants together from over 28 countries. A priority for SVRI Forum was to promote equity in research and successful north-south, south-south, and academic-practitioner research partnerships. Search form Search.
Forum gathered more than researchers from around the globe and served as a timely space to discuss and share strategies for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals SDGs Agenda targets aimed at ending all forms of violence against women and sex against children. To ensure we continue our forums to make SVRI Forum a diverse space, we award a limited of bursaries for researchers working on VAC and VAW from low and middle-income countries who would not be american able to attend the Forum.
Diversity and inclusion are key priorities of the Forum. Being Heard: Meaningful involvement of children in research beyond their role as subjects has been recognised as a notable gap, as was the absence of young people among SVRI Forum delegates. The conference was hosted in Bangkok, Thailand and built on the priorities identified at the two prior Forums.
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