Stories Review of counselling services for survivors of violence in the Pacific Quality counselling is a key service in supporting survivors of violence against women. To better understand the status of counselling in the region, Pacific Women conducted a review of counselling services in 14 countries. Ten of...
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Research Presentation: Ten things learned about sorcery accusations and related violence in Papua New Guinea Violence related to accusations of sorcery is a serious problem. It can lead to economic disempowerment, poor health, insecurity, persecution and violence, including torture and...
women to take on leadership roles at the community, provincial and national-level (includes women participating in market decision making structures)
people to access civic and voter education
women to access financial literacy training and financial services
women to attain formal qualifications
women to access crisis support services (includes counselling, health and justice services)
people to participate in community awareness sessions
men to undertake male advocacy training
women to access formal opportunities to share their ideas and learn from each other (includes learning forums, as well as research and program learning events organised by Pacific Women)