Michelle Fan is a junior at Rutgers University – New Brunswick and Douglass College. She is majoring in Cultural Anthropology and minoring in Gender and Media Studies. Before interning at the Center for Women’s Global Leadership, she served as the
The National Democratic Institute’s Win With Women political party assessment tool aims to develop action plans that prevent and mitigate VAW in politics. This approach was piloted with political parties in Côte d’Ivoire, Honduras, Tanzania, and Tunisia. The findings from
“Among those in the healthcare industry, it is common knowledge that threats of violence ranging from verbal to physical to sexual abuse come with the territory. Yet, there is a surprising lack of data that reveals the rates of violence
The garment industry in Southeast Asia suffers high rates of exploitation and neglect for both men and women. However, the challenges and treatment amongst women are especially unique, due to the cultural norms set upon them. With the garment industry
In a 2011 report, domestic workers were identified as being at a heightened risk of exploitation and abuse, including sexual abuse. The FRA elaborates the details and goes into length about domestic workers and their experiences, specifically within the EU.
“Sexual harassment occurs within the nursing profession globally, challenging the health and safety of nurses and the quality and efficiency of health systems. In Sri Lanka, no studies have explored this issue in the health sector; however, female employees face
Within the realm of domestic work, gender-based violence has been an ongoing issue with little to no resources for domestic workers to seek refuge. With that in mind, this document serves to define the protections needed to secure a safe
What works to hold men who have used violence accountable and prevent further abuse? This briefing paper evaluates the effectiveness of programs for men who have used IPV in the Global North and the Global South and issues recommendations for