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View the highlights of our latest World Population Report 2018 report here. 
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The United Nations Population Fund’s latest flagship State of World Population 2018 report focuses on the power of choice. The report titled The Power of Choice: Reproductive Rights and the Demographic Transition provides insight into how the power to choose the number, timing and spacing  of... Read more
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Cover of "Lessons learned from the implementation of a violence against women survey in Palau"
This ‘lessons learned’ document was developed by the kNOwVAWdata initiative under the leadership of Dr Henriette Jansen, UNFPA technical advisor. Through the use of real life ‘lessons’, the document intends to inform and inspire donors, planners, organisers and coordinators of violence against... Read more
31 August 2018
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2018 Asia-Pacific snapshot on the prevalence of violence against women
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Cover of kNOwVAWdata report on Measuring the Prevalence of Violence against Women with Disabilities
kNOwVAWdata, DFAT and UNFPA, together with the University of Melbourne, brought together national, regional and global experts to discuss what approaches should be taken to ensure that women with disabilities are better represented in national prevalence studies on violence against women. This is... Read more
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Cover of 2017 National Study on Gender-based Violence in Mongolia
The 2017 National Study on Gender-based Violence in Mongolia breaks down intimate partner and non-partner violence revealing violence for both lifetime and within the last 12 months. Furthermore, the study also gathers and reveals the data for the different forms of violence; physical, sexual,... Read more
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Cover of Swimming Against the Tide: Lessons Learned from Field Research on Violence Against Women in the Solomon Islands and Kiribati
 This document is the result of an independent assessment, aimed at documenting the challenges faced and lessons learned in the process of carrying out the research in Solomon Islands and Kiribati. */

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