21 June 2018
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Women join hands to measure violence against women prevalence in Asia and the Pacific.
UNFPA, the University of Melbourne, ANROWS and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade launch kNOwVAWdata website and training course on measuring violence against women.
17 June 2018
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Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
In early 2017, around one-hundred women gathered in a hotel conference room in central Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. They had responded to a call to participate in a 'Women’s Health and Life Experiences' survey; to work as interviewers across Mongolia gathering data for the National Statistics... Read more
19 October 2017
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Women work as part of a violence against women data collection training
UNFPA, University of Melbourne, ANROWS & Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade collaborate to improve measurement of violence against women in Asia-Pacific.
07 September 2017
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Photo of violence against women field interview in Mongolia
Collecting data on violence against women is fraught with challenges. UNFPA's lead researcher on VAW data lists six key rules for success.
24 August 2016
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New 'kNOwVAWdata' project to help build a body of evidence to tackle violence against women.
24 August 2016
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kNOwVAWdata launch event, August 2016
kNOwVAWdata: measuring the prevalence of violence against women across Asia-Pacific
22 August 2016
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kNOwVAWdata panel discussion
UNFPA’s Asia-Pacific Regional Office and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) have launched kNOwVAWdata - a landmark three year initiative to help countries in the region to measure violence against women.
30 November 2015
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A Pakistani woman takes part in a rally in Lahore to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women last Wednesday. Photo: AP
Yoriko Yasukawa and Henrica Jansen say governments need accurate information for the best policies to protect women, and to eventually root out a problem that has plagued societies in the Asia-Pacific region for too long.