REGIONAL EVIDENCE PAPERBeyond Domestic Violence Laws: Women’s Experiences and Perceptions of Protection Services in Ghana
This research reviews the response to Domestic Violence in Africa, focusing in on Ghana, and asks ‘What are women’s experiences and perceptions of protection services provided to survivors of domestic...
REGIONAL EVIDENCE PAPERBeyond Domestic Violence Laws in Latin America: Challenges for Protection Services for Survivors
This research reviews the response to Domestic Violence in Latin America, focusing in on Mexico, and uses a series of in-depth interviews with survivors of domestic violence living in a...
DESIGN AND METHODS PAPERBeyond Domestic Violence Laws: What Else Makes Responses to Domestic Violence Effective?
This research design and methods paper is a working document, and the first stage in the conduct of a joint comparative research in the topic of effective responses to domestic...
LEARNING ALLIANCE HIGHLIGHTELLA Learning Alliance on Human Rights – Module 1: A Framework to Protect and Defend Human Rights
The advancement of human rights is a persistent challenge in the global South. Participants in an online learning programme from Asia, Africa and Latin America reflected on the usefulness of...
LEARNING ALLIANCE HIGHLIGHTELLA Learning Alliance on Human Rights – Module 2: Promoting and Guaranteeing Human Rights
Participants from Asia, Africa and Latin America reflected on mechanisms for promoting and guaranteeing human rights, and how these could be adapted to their own contexts.
LEARNING ALLIANCE HIGHLIGHTELLA Learning Alliance on Human Rights – Module 3: Collective and Ethnic Minority Rights
Practitioners from Africa, Asia and Latin American reflected on ways to respect and protect collective and ethnic minority rights.
GUIDETackling Gender Violence in Latin America
Latin American countries are implementing innovative mechanisms to address different forms of gender violence, including establishing a regional convention, national laws against femicide, programmes aimed at creating safer cities for...
BRIEFSTackling Institutional Violence: The Protocol for Harassment and Sexual Harassment in the Mexican Federal Public Administration
The Intervention Protocol for Harassment and Sexual Harassment is a pioneering attempt from the Mexican Federal Government to transform the structural causes of institutional violence within the public administration. Initiated...
GUIDEGender Equality in Latin America: A Regional Commitment to Reducing Gender Gaps
Latin American countries are reducing gender gaps by adopting innovative measures to strengthen women’s autonomy while also tackling the structural causes of inequality.
BRIEFSObservatory of Maternal Mortality in Mexico: A Civil Society-Led Initiative
Within just 3 years of its creation, the Observatory of Maternal Mortality in Mexico is already making some important contributions to reducing maternal mortality.