Mathews S, Govender R, Lamb G, Boonzaier F, Dawes A, Ward C, Duma S, Baraecke L, Warton G, Artz L, Meer T, Jamieson L, Smith R
01 Dec 2016
26 Jul 2017
Bullying, Children, Domestic violence / Intimate partner violence, Family / Parenting, Gender-based violence, Masculinity, Prevention concepts, Rehabilitation / Reintegration, School safety, Sexual violence, Victim support, Youth
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- Towards a More Comprehensive Understanding of the Direct and Indirect Determinants of Violence against Women and Children in South Africa wi – (Report/Study)
Towards a More Comprehensive Understanding of the Direct and Indirect Determinants of Violence against Women and Children in South Africa with a View to Enhancing Violence Prevention: Final Report is a commissioned research project for the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Violence against Women and Children.
The main objective of this report is to provide the Inter-Ministerial Committee (IMC) to Investigate the Root Causes of Violence Against Women and Children with a critical analysis of the risk and protective factors, or determinants, associated with violence (physical, sexual and emotional) against women and children in South Africa, as well as an indepth understanding of the relationship between the relevant variables, and to recommend practical violence reduction and prevention interventions.