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Get Moving! Transforming Individuals and Organizations

Get Moving! Transforming Individuals and Organizations

  <h4>No. 6 Learning from Practice Series Research Perspectives

Jean Kemitare
Sophie Namy
Sara Siebert
Lori Michau
Publication Date
Friday, January 1, 2016

Raising Voices

"Stated simply, the core drivers of VAW are unequal power between women and men in our societies and the patriarchal systems and norms that uphold this power imbalance."

From the GBV Prevention Network ( of Raising Voices, this learning paper offers research-based reflection on six years of experience in the Get Moving! programme on violence against women (VAW). The feminist perspective on VAW, quoted above, results in the key component of developing technical capacity to do the political work of transforming  power structures at multiple levels (e.g., individual, family, community, and the wider society) to advance VAW prevention programming, including through using the Get Moving! programme.

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