Mubashira Zaidi, from ISST, authored the chapter, 'Work and Women's Economic Empowerment in Tribal Rajasthan, India' in part 3, Emerging Dimensions in the Understanding of Women’s Unpaid Work of the book!
"Hi Rituu, glad to share my thoughts and experience. First of all, of course, we would have to define awareness and recognition - what these mean in the context of the intervention or the action research. Very broadly, awareness would be information…"
I am a queer activist and social researcher based in Kolkata, India. I have been involved in a number of studies focussed on the nature and impact of gender based violence in the context of trans women and men who have sex with men (MSM).…"
My name is Sam Barrett from the International Institute for Environment and Development. I have recently done a review of approaches monitoring and evaluating GBV.
Let me know if you want to discuss.
I worked with UNIFEM in 2009 to clarify data elements necessary to monitor domestic violence legislation in southeastern Europe: www.unifem.sk/uploads/doc/Improving DataCollectionOnVAW.pdf.
Lori K. Sudderth"
You may get more specific/focused suggestions if you share your program's M&E framework. The M&E framework needs to be informed by your program objectives and related activities for each objective of your program. Basically,…"
I would recommend you to review, at the same time, some experiences of National Observatories on GBV. In the case of my country (Peru), you can see: https://observatorioviolencia.pe/ (sorry, it is Spanish, but there is a tool for…"
"Here is an email response from Prof Ian Goldman
If people are interested there are some evaluations in South Africa on violence against women and children available here. You can also download the improvement…"
The Independent Commission on Aid Impact (ICAI) which is like an ombudsman that looks at the impact of British Government Spending (so DFID and the Foreign Office) recently competed a review of VAWG. If you look on the ICAI website…"