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Evidence for Action: What Works to Prevent Conflict-Related Sexual Violence

This brief aims to help policymakers understand ‘what works’. It is based on a high-level synthesis of existing evidence and practice on conflict-related sexual violence (CRSV) and wider violence against women and girls (VAWG) in conflict affected settings, complemented by consultations with humanitarian stakeholders and survivors’ groups and networks.

GBV Risk Mitigation - An Essential Approach to Meeting Core Humanitarian Priorities

Written primarily for non-GBV specialists—those who work in sectors of humanitarian response other than GBV—this briefing note begins with a review of what GBV risk mitigation entails and how GBV risk mitigation supports good humanitarian programming. It then looks at two thematic priorities within humanitarian response—accountability to affected populations (AAP) and localization — and explores how undertaking GBV risk mitigation can support these agendas.

Regional gender equality, disability and social inclusion analysis – Latin America

This report highlights the positive benefits of prioritising gender equality, disability, and social inclusion on poverty reduction, trade and economic development, peace and stability, and addressing climate change and disasters. It provides an intersectional analysis of GEDSI trends in the following areas: legislation and civic space; health, education, employment and social protection; climate change, trade, and security.