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Changing what it means to ‘become a man’: participants’ reflections on a school-based programme to redefine masculinity in the Balkans
Calls to engage men and boys in efforts to promote health, prevent violence and advance gender equality have grown in recent years. However, there remains little evidence or reflection on how mostExpand
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Child marriage and psychological well-being in Niger and Ethiopia
BackgroundDespite an understanding of the circumstances of child marriage, including how it limits agency and erodes childhood support systems, not much is known about the relationship between childExpand
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Three approaches to improving the use of face-to-face interviews to measure abortion.
This chapter presents modifications to standard approaches toward interviewing women about abortion. Two incorporate a qualitative data component. The first a protocol known as the Abortion FrequencyExpand
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Associations between mental distress, poly-victimisation, and gender attitudes among adolescent girls in Cambodia and Haiti: an analysis of Violence Against Children surveys
This study aims to explore the effects of poly-victimisation (defined as the experience of multiple different forms of violence, including physical, emotional, and/or sexual) and gender attitudes onExpand
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1 Gender Norms in Transition : The Role of Female Youth Migration and its Implications for Family Formation in Senegal
In the face of major economic shifts that have occurred in Senegal since the 1970s, internal migration has become a fact of life for young people who are struggling to find stable employment in aExpand
Economic impacts of child marriage : Ethiopia synthesis report
The international community is increasingly aware of the negative impacts of child marriage on a wide range of development outcomes. Ending child marriage is now part of the Sustainable DevelopmentExpand
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Economic impacts of child marriage : educational attainment brief
The evidence base has long demonstrated that girls' education is among the most significant factors associated with age at marriage, with an extensive body of literature documenting lower levels ofExpand