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Other related items include:
- Call to Action: Ending Violence against Women in Emergencies (Oxfam Policy & Practice Blog, Nov. 2013) [text]
- Donor Spending on Gender in Emergencies 2013 (CARE, Nov. 2013) [text]
- Getting Protection for Women Right in Emergencies (IRIN, Nov. 2013) [text]
- Greening: Girls and Women Must Be Kept Safe in Emergencies (DFID, Nov. 2013) [text]
- New UK Funding to Help Protect Women and Girls in Emergencies (Thomson Reuters, Nov. 2013) [text]
- No More Excuses: Let's Start Protecting Women in Emergencies (RI Blog, Nov. 2013) [text]
- Oxfam Welcomes Progress to Protect Girls and Women in Emergencies (Oxfam, Nov. 2013) [text]
- Refugees International Welcomes DFID’s High-Level Call to Action on Protecting Women and Girls in Emergencies (RI, Nov. 2013) [text]
Forthcoming related resource:
Good Practice in Preventing and Responding to Gender-based Violence in Humanitarian Contexts [info]
- ODI project that aims to produce a literature review and HPN Network paper.
Recent systematic reviews focusing on sexual violence in humanitarian settings:
"Sexual and Gender-based Violence in Areas of Armed Conflict: A Systematic Review of Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Interventions," Conflict and Health 7:16 (Aug. 2013) [open access text]
- See also related Letter published in World Psychiatry.
"Systematic Review of Prevention and Management Strategies for the Consequences of Gender-based Violence in Refugee Settings," International Health, vol. 5, no. 2 (June 2013) [abstract]
"What Evidence Exists for Initiatives to Reduce Risk and Incidence of Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict and Other Humanitarian Crises? A Systematic Review," PLoS ONE 8(5): e62600 (May 2013) [open access text]
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