Violence Against Women and Children During COVID-19-- One Year on and 100 Papers In: A Fourth Research Round Up [open pdf - 226KB]
From the Document: "A year after the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] a pandemic, we take stock of an increasingly diverse set of new studies linking violence against women and children (VAW/C) to COVID-19 and associated pandemic response measures. In this fourth round up, we focus exclusively on research in low- and middle-income countries (LICs and MICs) published since December 2020 to highlight dynamics in settings that previously had fewer studies. As in previous round ups (see the first [hyperlink], second [hyperlink] and third [hyperlink] covering a total of 74 studies), we only include studies that have sufficient information on indicator definition and analysis methods (though we maintain a full set of studies--including more policy-oriented briefs and reports--in our evidence tracker [hyperlink]). In total, we summarize 26 new studies from LICs and MICs, with the majority focused on identifying trends (15 studies), while others present analysis of risk factors or dynamics (an additional ten studies), and one represents an impact analysis of prevention programming."
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