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Report cover graphic: Violence Against Women Prevalence Estimates, 2018

Building GBV Evidence

GWI believes that the best evidence-generation is led by those who work in and know the field best. To that end, we are excited to share GWI's Building GBV Evidence program, which aims to build GBV global capacity through the local development and implementation of evidence-building activities including standalone research and improved M&E systems among refugee populations.Through this program, we hope that humanitarian agencies working in GBV programming can conduct their own GBV research and develop their M&E systems to improve their GBV programming. The Building GBV Evidence program has three major components: the Building GBV Evidence Course, a no-cost individualized, in-kind technical advising and support for humanitarian agencies seeking to conduct GBV research or improve their M&E systems, and GWI is directly supporting humanitarian agencies and academics in the global south. For more information, visit our website

 


 

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GenderPro at GW

The GenderPro Capacity Building & Credentialing Programme, hosted at the George Washington University in partnership with UNICEF, the George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs and the George Washington University College of Professional Studies, is professionalizing the gender and development field and equipping development and humanitarian professionals with the skills they need to meaningfully address gender in their work.

The GenderPro Capacity Building Programme is a first-of-its-kind course designed to educate international development professionals on the skills and knowledge they need to integrate gender into their existing programs and the best approaches to improve the lives of women and girls around the world. The course consists of about an hour and a half of work per week over about four months and an applied practicum focused on a work deliverable. Two 16-week cohorts are administered per year. 

Eligible participants are mid- to senior-level global development, gender, and/or humanitarian professionals who are interested in deepening their skills in integrating gender into development programming. 

Applications for the fifth cohort of GenderPro are now open. You can learn more information about the GenderPro Capacity Building Programme and apply at the following link: https://genderpro.gwu.edu.

 

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COVID-19 Resources

We have compiled a growing list of resources in our newsletter related to the intersections of gender and COVID-19. We will continue to update that list which you can find here

If you would like to share any resources, please feel free to email us at [email protected] 

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"Violence against women and girls is the most pervasive and under-reported human rights violation in the world."

 

Mary Ellsberg,
Director, Global Women's Institute

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"When the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful."

Malala Yousafzai

 

 

 

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