This webinar includes presentations from practitioners and researchers working on parenting programs to prevent VAC and VAW in low- and middle-income contexts. It will serve as an opportunity to share experiences designing, managing and evaluating parenting interventions to reduce violence against children and adolescents by parents and caregivers.
Harsh and abusive parenting in the home is one of the most common forms of violence children experience worldwide, but evidence about effective interventions in low and middle-income countries is still emerging. Programs may reduce some forms of violence but show limited efficacy in interrupting other forms of family violence like intimate partner violence.
With this webinar, the Prevention Collaborative brings together practitioners, researchers and activists to openly discuss challenges and new opportunities for feminist-inspired, comprehensive approaches that tackle violence against children and women in the family.
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