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September 27, 2018 Hub leadership in attendance: Lucy Gardner (Coordinator), Liz Dartnall (SVRI), Diana Arango (World Bank) Attendees: Emma Bridger, Shahin Asraf, Rachel Tavernor, Lisa Le Roux, Shereen El-Feki, Marianne Sliwinski, Anne Gregora, Ifeanyi Okoye Richard, Pandu Hailonga – van Dijk, Sharifa, and Rob Kilpatrick JLI GBV Hub met to discuss updates from the Co-Chairs… Read more »

Developing Effective Partnerships Between Faith and Secular Actors to Challenge Discriminatory Gender Norms and Secure Rural Women’s Rights. Sharing best practices, lessons learned and next steps.

Working effectively with faith leaders to challenge harmful traditional practices Date: Thursday, Feb 8 at 9am ET  (2pm GMT) via zoom Traditional cultural practices reflect values and beliefs held by members of a community for periods often spanning generations. Every social grouping in the world has specific traditional cultural practices and beliefs, some of which… Read more »

SVRI Forum in Rio, September 18-21 SVRI is a space for the gathering of researchers and practitioners working in the area of SGBV. SVRI Forum 2017 will provide a platform for showcasing research and innovation in the field enabling participants to learn about new and tested interventions on how to end sexual violence, intimate partner violence… Read more »

A reflection by Veena O’Sullivan, Tearfund & JLIF&LC Gender-based Violence Hub. Evidence Brief 3 focuses on key role of faith communities in empowering and protecting girls and addressing gender-based violence. As the much anticipated World Humanitarian Summit approaches, I sit with mixed emotions. One day I am filled with excitement about the change this Summit… Read more »