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How Far Do Parenting Programmes Help Change Norms Underpinning Violence against Adolescents? Evidence from Low and Middle-Income Countries

How Far Do Parenting Programmes Help Change Norms Underpinning Violence against Adolescents? Evidence from Low and Middle-Income Countries

Author: 
Rachel Marcus
Jenny Rivett
Krista Kruja
Publication Date
Tuesday, June 9, 2020
Affiliation: 

Overseas Development Institute, or ODI (Marcus); independent (Rivett, Kruja)

"...parenting programmes appear to be contributing to the building blocks of change in norms that underpin violence against adolescents, and if expanded, could extend impacts and catalyse a more substantial process of change."

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Source: 

Global Public Health, DOI: 10.1080/17441692.2020.1776364 - sourced from ODI website, April 15 2021. Image credit: Nathalie Bertrams/GAGE

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