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09:00 – 11:00
OPENING PLENARY: Partnerships for Policy Action - Venue: Gávea

Welcome: Claudia García-Moreno, World Health Organization
Opening Remarks: Haydee Padilla, PAHO-Brazil

Moderator: Jacqueline Pitanguy
Speakers: Emma Fulu, Colleen Varcoe, Brisa De Angulo, Marcos Nascimento

11:00 – 11:30 TEA /COFFEE
11:30 – 13:00


11:30 – 13:00

Panel: GBV and New Technologies - Venue: Gávea
Chair: Gary Barker

What we didn't know we didn't know: lessons learned from a year of piloting a mobile-based GBV Referral System
Jennifer Curran, E. Motshubi, S. Bloom, I. Ramatala, K. Scurria, A. Rajeevalochana, P. Maiketso

E-safe relationships: development and evaluation of a suite of technological tools for partner violence
Kelsey Hegarty

Design of a personalized Internet-mediated intervention to prevent dating violence
Sheila Murta, P. Parada, J.V. Medeiros, S. Meneses, M.A. Miúra, C. Leandro-França, H. de Vries

Effectiveness of a safety decision aid app (myPlan) with college women experiencing dating violence and their concerned friends
Nancy Glass, N. Perrin, A. Clough, G. Hanson

11:30 – 13:00

Panel: Faith and GBV - Venue: Copacabana
Chair: Veena O’Sullivan

Faith engagement as a factor in women’s empowerment and IPV: findings from a quantitative household survey in Ituri Province, DRC
Maggie Sandilands, E. le Roux, R. Jewkes, U. Baghuma Lele, N.Scott


Listening to male survivors of church sexual abuse: voices from survivors of Sodalicio abuses in Peru
David Tombs

Faith and responses to sexual violence in displacement: understanding the needs and experiences of Colombian faith leaders
Ivón Natalia Cuervo Fernández, A. Pineda, L. Cadavid, E. le Roux, L. Rojas-Flores

Cutting-edge research: evidence to support engaging men in ending FGM in Egypt
Fatma El-Zanaty, A. Fahmy, S. El Feki

Critiquing gender-based violence intervention models using a ‘cascade approach’ to changing (faith) community beliefs and behaviours.
Elizabeth le Roux, J. Olivier

11:30 – 13:00

Panel: GBV Prevention Interventions  - Venue: Vidigal
Chair: Manisha Mehta

Indashyikirwa safe spaces for women: an enabling environment to prevent and respond to IPV in Rwanda
Erin Stern, L. Heise, L. McLean

Adapting evidence-based interventions to prevent violence against women in rural Tajikistan, opportunities and challenges
Shahribonu Shonasimova

A randomized controlled trial to test the effect of interpersonal and community level interventions to prevent intimate partner violence in Tanzania
Lisa Messersmith, N. Halim, E. Steven, N. Reich, L. Badi, E. Simmons, M. Servidone, N.B. Holmes II, P. Kawemama

The story of lost opportunities: New Zealand government policies and national strategies to reduce family violence 2000-2010
Pauline Gulliver, J. Fanslow

11:30 – 13:00

Panel: Conflict - Venue: Leme
Chair: Jeannie Annan

Preventing violence against conflict-affected adolescent girls: findings from cluster-randomized trials in Ethiopia and the DRC
L. Stark, K. Asghar, J. Eoomkham, A.A. Baysa, C. Bora, T. Bakemore, Kathryn Falb

Bodies in conflict: being an adolescent girl in North Kivu DRC
A. Mahwa, B. Ruratotye, Henny Slegh

Violence against school going children in Jowzjan Province, Afghanistan  
O. Hemat, Abdul Wahid Siddiq, J. Corboz, R. Jewkes

Challenges to research in refugee camp settings: lessons from a mixed methods evaluation in Dadaab, Kenya
Alys McAlpine, L. Bacchus, S. Muthuri, S. Muuo, C. Izugbara, M. Hossain

11:30 – 13:00

Panel: Men and VAW - Venue: Ipanema
Chair: Mary Ellsberg

Prevalence and patterns of men’s perpetration of intimate partner violence, gender attitudes and related factors in an informal settlement near Johannesburg       
Nicola Christofides, A.M. Hatcher, D. Rebombo, A. Pino, R. McBride, D. Peacock

Mental ill health and factors associated with men’s use of intimate partner violence in Zimbabwe
Mercilene Machisa, S. Shamu

The association between a measure of toxic masculinity and intimate-partner violence perpetration by men in India     
Naira Kalra, G. Abhishiek, R. Verma

Male identity in Nicaragua and El Salvador: research to prevent violence in homes and communities (NB: Presentation in Spanish)
D. Mendoza, Irela Solórzano, R. Reyes, L. Madrigal, W. Tejeda, G. Barker, R. Levtov, O.Montoya

11:30 – 13:00

Panel: Power and Violence within Transactional Sex - Venue: Urca
Chair: Stephanie Miedema

A qualitative study to understand the intimacy and its association with intimate partner violence among the traditional Devadasi sex workers in northern Karnataka, India
Satyanarayana Ramanaik, R. Prakash, A. Pujar, Chaitanya AIDS Tadegattuva Mahila Sangha, D.L. Kavitha, P. Javalkar, R. Thalinja, L. Platt, L. Heise, S. Isac, M. Collumbien, P. Bhattacharjee

Who is exploiting who? Girls’ and older men’s perspectives on intergenerational sex
Joyce Wamoyi, D. Nyato, N. Kyegombe, R. Meiksin, A.M. Buller, L. Heise

“No, I’m not a sugar daddy” Adult men’s motivation and rationalisation of sex with girls in Central Uganda and Northern Tanzania          
N. Kyegombe, J. Wamoyi, D. Nyato, Ana Maria Buller

Understanding victimization and poly-victimization amongst female sex workers in Soweto, a South African township            
Jenny Coetzee, G.E. Gray, R. Jewkes

13:00 – 14:30 LUNCH
14:30 – 16:00


14:30 – 16:00

Panel: Mental Health Interventions - Venue: Gávea
Chair:  Jacqueline Pitanguy

Evidence of program SUPERAR effectiveness for girls who are victims of sexual violence  (NB: Presentation in Portuguese)
Luísa Fernanda Habigzang, S.H. Koller, J. Von Hohendorff, C. Freitas, J. Schneider

Increasing responsiveness to psychological services in case of intimate partner violence in Venezuela: the use of behavioural sciences to reduce stigma and increase access
A. Flores, N. Diaz, A. Warren, J. Smith, F. Barindelli, Belmar Franceschi

Gender-based violence against women in Kabul: investigating therapeutic group activities for safe houses
Jenevieve Mannell, A. Ahmad, L. Ahmad

Violence, HIV and mental health: opportunities for improved health in adolescents
Nataly Woollett, L. Cluver, H. Brahmbhatt

14:30 – 16:00

Panel: Understanding Violence against Women - Venue: Copacabana
Chair: Ruchira Tabassum Naved

Prevalence of, and factors associated with, married women’s experiences of recent intimate partner violence and family level-violence in Afghanistan
R. Jewkes, A. Gibbs, M. Shafiq Frozan Marofi, A. Ratan, C. Mann, E. Chirwa, Julienne Corboz

Risk and protective factors for intimate partner violence among couples and communities participating in the Indashyikirwa Trial in Rwanda
Kristin Dunkle, E. Stern, L. Niyibizi, L. Heise

Gender-based violence victimization and perpetration among 4,633 men and women in Somalia
Andrea Wirtz, N. Perrin, A. Desgroppes, B. Ross, N. Glass

Prevalence of women and girls’ experiences of violence in South Sudan
Mary Ellsberg, M. Contreras, M. Murphy, A. Blackwell, J.B. Bingenheimer

14:30 – 16:00

Intervention Content Panel – Parenting, Fatherhood and Play - Venue: Vidigal
Chair: James Lang

Book Sharing
N. Dowdall, P. Cooper, L. Murray, J. Stewart, S. Skeen, Marguerite Marlow

Right to Play      
Atta Muhammed

Programme P
Tatiana Moura, Ruti Levtov

14:30 – 16:00

Panel: Responses to GBV - Venue: Leme
Chair: Lori Michau
Reducing psychological distress in refugee survivors of gender-based violence: adaptation and pilot of a guided self-help intervention with South Sudanese refugees in Uganda
W.A. Tol, Claudia García-Moreno, J. Augustinavicius, K. Carswell, F. Brown, M.R. Leku, A. Adaku, P. Ventevogel, M. van Ommeren

Social norms and gender identities shaping women’s and community response to intimate partner violence: an ethnographic study of women in the rural Eastern Cape, South Africa  
Nwabisa Shai

Documenting VAW cases at state institutions and key informant perspectives on facilitators and barriers: baseline findings from the impact assessment of the rural response system to prevent violence against women
Adolphina Addo-Lartey

Should I stay or should I go? Exploring young women’s strategies to navigate violent relationships
Samantha Willan, N. Ntini, A. Gibbs, R. Jewkes

Adaptation of a clinic based model to reduce reproductive coercion, intimate partner violence and unintended pregnancy in Nairobi, Kenya
Jay G. Silverman, S.C. Boyce, C. Undie, W. Liambila, A. Barnabas, G. Nagendi, E. Muketo, K. Gray, S. Wendoh

14:30 – 16:00

Panel: Improving Multidisciplinary Response to Child Abuse in Brazil -        Venue: Ipanema
Chair: Chris Newlin

Speakers: Benedito Rodrigues dos Santos, Casimira Benge, Lélio Bentes, Itamar Batista Gonçalves, Reginaldo Torres Alves Júnior

14:30 – 16:00

Panel: Whole of Government Approach – Lessons from Australia - Venue: Urca
Chair: Kelsey Hegarty

Change the story: a national framework for the primary prevention of violence against women in Australia
S. Kearney, Loksee Leung

Tracking population-level change: the guide to prevention monitoring and the SDGs 
Emma Fulu

Victorian government prevention strategies and initiatives
Tania Farha

Scaling-up respectful relationship education in Victoria
S. Kearney, Loksee Leung, Tania Farha

16:00 – 16:30 TEA/COFFEE
16:30 – 18:00


16:30 – 18:00

Panel: Integration of VAW into Health Services - Venue: Gávea
Chair: Florencia Barindelli

Applying new signal functions to assess the capacity of health facilities to clinically manage sexual violence survivors in Central Province, Zambia
M. Dennis, Nachela Chelwa, M. Colombini, O. Owolabi, O. Campbell

Addressing intimate partner violence and power in relationships: what can we do in the context of HIV testing services?
Nicole Haberland, C. Ndwiga, K. McCarthy, J. Pulerwitz, R. Kosgei, M. Mak’anyengo, S. Kalibala

Gender-based violence observatory in Colombia: building bridges to address gap analysis and disaggregating data (NB: Presentation in Spanish)  
J.C. Rivillas, Gloria del Pilar Cardona

A nurse-delivered, clinic-based intervention to address intimate partner violence among low income women in Mexico City: findings from a cluster randomized controlled trial
Jhumka Gupta, F. Falb, O. Ponta, Z. Xuan, P. Campos, A. Gomez, J. Valadez, G. Carino, C. Diaz Olavarrieta

Piloting integrated model of socio-economic empowerment and SGBV services to reduce negative consequences of SGBV in Pakistan
A. Akhsheed, Shamazat Babar

16:30 – 18:00

Panel: Conflict – Tools and Methods - Venue: Copacabana
Chair: Mark Canavera

Data forward, survivor first: Gender-Based Violence Information Management System/Primero
Kristy Crabtree, Teemar Kidane

Ensuring ethical standards of GBV research by providing quality of care to GBV survivors: introducing Inter-agency Guidelines for Providing Care and Case Management Services to Survivors of Gender-Based Violence
Mendy Marsh, Sunita Palekar Joergensen 

Innovative cross-sectoral curriculum to improve collection, documentation and preservation of sexual violence evidence in conflict and post-conflict zones
Thomas McHale

Through the eyes of the child: barriers to access to justice and remedies
M. Capaldi, A. Varrella, Junita Upadhyay

16:30 – 18:00

Panel: GBV Prevention Interventions - Venue: Vidigal
Chair: Rachel Jewkes

Resilient Youth! Exploring violence, gender and resilience among Ugandan students
Sophie Namy, C. Carlson, A. Norcini-Pala, D. Faris, L. Knight, E. Allen, K. Devries, D. Naker

Stories of change: lessons learned from community based, primary prevention interventions that transform harmful masculinities
Kathy Taylor, A. Gevers, C. Marin, A. Kelly, Sister L. Garasu, L. Weld, S. Phan, H. Nguyen, P. Tran, J. Munro, V. Tebay   

Coffee talk: baseline findings from a cluster randomised trial to assess a culturally appropriate behavioural intervention to decrease intimate partner violence and HIV in rural Ethiopia
Vandana Sharma, J. Leight, N. Deyessa

Designing a gender-transformative intervention to involve men and boys in the prevention of intimate partner violence in Rakai, Uganda
Jennifer Wagman, E. Bonnevie, N. Nakyanjo, W. Ddaaki, P. Fleming, G. Nakigozi, Fred Nalugoda

16:30 – 18:00

Panel: Children and Services after Violence - Venue: Leme
Chair: Tatiana Moura  

Critical gaps: health sector responsiveness to the needs of child survivors of sexual abuse in Kenya
Carol Ajema, A. Ngunjiri, C. Mbugua, J. Kyongo, L. Digolo

Through the eyes of the child: barriers to access to justice and remedies
Mark Capaldi, A. Varrella

Impact of conflict-related sexual violence on families of survivors: preliminary evidence from war-affected regions of northern Uganda
Mahlet Woldetsadik, G. Achan, O. Nyeko

The interplay of childhood sexual violence, gender norms and help-seeking behavior: findings from the Kenya Violence against Children Survey
L. Chiang, J. Gleckel, A. Fan, Daniela Ligiero

Disclosure of sexual violence and health-service seeking behaviors among females: a multi-country survey
Kimberly H. Nguyen, H. Kress, S. Sumner

16:30 – 18:00

Panel:  Child Marriage - Venue: Ipanema
Chair: Anna Flora Werneck

An explanatory model of child marriage in rural Bangladesh
Ruchira Tabassum Naved, A. Talukder, T. Prasad Gupta, V. Le Masson, K. Yount, F. Samuels

Ela vai no meu barco: casamento na infancia e adolescencia no Brasil        
Danielle Pereire de Araujo, G. Lauro

Making sense of child, early or forced marriage among displaced Syrian girls in Lebanon
Susan Bartels, S. Michael, N. Bakhache, S. Roupetz, S. Garbern, H. Berquist, C. Davison, A. Bunting

Child brides, forced marriage, and intimate partner violence in United States: tip of an iceberg revealed
Judith McFarlane

16:30 – 18:00

Panel: VAW and Mental Health - Venue: Urca
Chair: Seri Wendoh

Mental ill health in structural pathways to women’s experiences of intimate partner violence
Mercilene Machisa, N. Christofides, R. Jewkes

Trauma exposure and men’s use of violence against women in a peri-urban settlement near Johannesburg
Abigail M. Hatcher, D. Rebombo, A. Pino, R. McBride, D. Peacock, N. Christofides

Associations between violence against women and mental health in Timor-Leste
Xian Warner

A population-based household study to assess practical strategies of prevention and response to sexual and gender based violence in Katana Walikale and Karisimbi Health Zones in DRC
L. Lawry, M. Banda, J. Ciza, A. Mudekereza, P. Bahati, C. Sadiki, William Clemmer

Violence among incarcerated women in Botswana: direct and indirect pathways
Tirelo Modie-Moroka



09:00 – 11:00  PLENARY SESSION
09:00 – 11:00 

Plenary Day 2: New Learnings in the Field - Venue: Gávea
Chair: Claudia García-Moreno

Strengthening the evidence base and using structural interventions to address violence against women and girls in Nicaragua
Mary Ellsberg, M. Quintanilla, J. Zelaya

What happened to the Real Fathers one year later? Evaluating the long term effects of a fatherhood intervention in Northern Uganda
S. Okello, K. Ashburn, D. Ojamuge, D. Eluk, B. Kerner, R. Lundgren, Esther Spindler

The role of holistic community development in intimate partner violence prevention: an evaluation of the Tostan Community Empowerment Program
Elizabeth Rowley, N. Diop, D. Mohan

Outcome of the randomized controlled trial to evaluate the Skhokho violence prevention intervention in South African schools
Rachel Jewkes, A. Gevers, S. Shamu, P. Mahlangu, N. Shai, C. Lombard, E. Chirwa

11:00 – 11:30  TEA/COFFEE
11: 30 – 13:00  PARALLEL SESSIONS
11: 30 – 13:00 

Panel: Intersections of VAC and IPV - Venue: Gávea
Chair: Alessandra Guedes

New pathways to prevention? Exploring the intersections of violence against women and children in the family
Sophie Namy, C. Carlson, K. O’Hara, J. Nakuti, P. Bukuluki, J. Lwanyaaga, S. Namakula, B. Nanyunja, M. Wainberg, D. Naker, L. Michau

A family-based approach to understanding patterns of violence against women and children in urban Zambia
Sarah Murray, J. Kane, S. Skavenski Van Wyk, P. Chimponda, F. Melendez, J. Bass, S. Munthali, S. Sikota, L. Murray

Is prevalence of male violence against children higher in households where women are experiencing partner violence?
Sheila Harvey, N. Mosha, C. Hansen, H. Stöeckl, S. Lees, G. Mshana, S. Kapiga, C. Watts

Relationships between women and babies in domestic violence: a new perspective for responses
Fiona Buchanan

11: 30 – 13:00

Panel: Sexual Harassment - Venue: Copacabana
Chair: Emma Fulu

Understanding sexual violence faced by women and girls in rural public spaces: strengthening the evidence base for action
Nandita Bhatla, S. Bhattacharya, D. Sebastian

The cost of sexual harassment of women garment factory workers
Tatiana Bertolucci

Exploring the context of labor exploitation and sexual violence in Latin America: life narratives of migrant women working in domestic and labor sectors
Argentina Servin, J.G. Silverman, T. Rocha-Jimenez, R. Muñoz, S. Morales, K. Brouwer

Sexual harassment in the MENA region
Fatma El-Zanaty and Gary Barker on behalf of the IMAGES MENA team

Impact of solar-powered street lamps on refugee protection in northern Uganda
Richard Sollom

11: 30 – 13:00

Panel: GBV Prevention - Venue: Vidigal
Chair: Manuel Contreras-Urbina

Sexual violence prevention through empowerment self-defense: a cluster-randomized controlled trial with adolescent women in Malawi
M.R. Decker, Shannon Wood, E. Ndinda, G. Yenokyan, J. Sinclair, N. Maksud, B. Ross, B. Omondi, M. Ndirangu

Listening together - changing together, how radio listening and discussion groups can support social norm change
G. Ferguson, B. Shrestha, P.N. Shrestha, Cari Jo Clark

Engaging young men to prevent sexual violence
Harish Sadani

Research-action program for violence reduction and women's empowerment using CAPE: Culturally Adapted Program of Empowerment Self –Defense
Tamar Priel, Shira Langer

11: 30 – 13:00 

Panel: Virtual Spaces – Positives and Negatives - Venue: Leme
Chair: Xian Warner

Porn: Eroticising Violence and Inequality: Why pornography is a violence prevention issue we can’t afford to ignore
Maree Crabbe

Sooner or later guys ask for a photo: experiences of electronic sexual coercion among adolescent girls in San Diego County
Marissa Salazar, A. Raj, B. West, J.G. Silverman, M. Rusch, E. Reed

Electronic sexual coercion: prevalence and association with substance use, STI and poor mental health outcomes among adolescent girls in the US
E. Reed, Marissa Salazar, J.G. Silverman, M. Ruch, A. Behar, N. Agah, A. Raj

11: 30 – 13:00 

Panel: Economic Interventions and Effects on Intra-Household Dynamics and IPV - Venue: Ipanema
Chair: Lori Heise

A review of cash transfers and intimate partner violence in low and middle-income countries
Amber Peterman, A.M. Buller, M. Ranganathan, A. Bleile, M. Hidrobo, L. Heise

The effects of transfers and behavior change communication on intimate partner violence: evidence from rural Bangladesh
Shalini Roy, M. Hidrobo, J. Hoddinott, A. Ahmed

Microfinance plus life-skills intervention for couples in Burundi: economic models of intra-household allocation explain mechanisms of impact
Giulia Ferrari, R.K. Iyengar

The prevalence of economic abuse and its impact on women’s lives in northwest Tanzania: baseline data from the MAISHA study
I. Kapiga, V. Selestine, S. Harvey, Shelley Lees, C. Hansen, G. Mshana, C. Watts and S. Kapiga

Impacto en la violencia doméstica explicado por el empoderamiento psicológico, autoestima, autoeficacia, asertividad y regulación emocional en mujeres mexicanas
Ana Paola Ruiz

11: 30 – 13:00

Panel: Amplifying Youth Voices in Sexual Violence Service Advocacy     Venue: Urca
Chair: Daniela Ligiero

Speakers: Ali Kaviri, Patrick Mwesigye, Diana Namwanje

13:00 – 14:30  LUNCH and Film Screening: “The Porn Factor” (13:30 – 14:30)
14:30 – 16:00   PARALLEL SESSIONS
14:30 – 16:00  

Panel: Parents, Children and VAW - Venue: Gávea
Chair: Kate Joyner

The design, testing and acceptability of a parenting programme for reduction of gender based violence and child maltreatment: formative evaluation in Uganda   
Godfrey Siu, D. Wight, F. Zalwango, S. Kasule, J. Seeley, C. Namutebi, R. Sekiwunga

Previniendo violencia basada en genero a traves de una intervencion en crianza temprana para madres adolescentes en El Salvador: un ensayo aleatorio de factibilidad
Juan Carlos Salguero Tejada, J. Valades, P.J. Cooper, L. Murray

Strengthening parenting for violence prevention in Liberia: using an iterative research approach to improve programming and build the evidence base
E.S. Puffer, Crystal Stewart, E.P. Green, R.M. Chase, E. Friis, A. Guisto, A.L. Sim, J. Zayzay

Overlapping IPV and violence against children and associated risk factors in a probability sample of child-caregiver dyads in Uganda
Catherine Carlson, S. Namy, A.N. Pala, M. Wainberg, L. Michau, J. Nakuti, L. Knight, E. Allen, D. Naker, K. Devries

Improving caregiver sensitivity and positive parenting practices as part of an integrated early childhood care and development intervention in Lesotho: a randomized controlled trial
Marguerite Marlow, M. Tomlinson, S. Skeen, L. Cluver, P. Cooper, L. Murry, S. Mofokeng, M. Makhetha, L. Sherr

14:30 – 16:00  

Panel: Services and Tools - Venue: Copacabana
Chair: Tesmerelna Atsbeha

WHO guidelines and tools for responding to intimate partner violence, sexual violence and child sexual abuse: lessons and experiences from their use in countries
A. Amin, C. García-Moreno, Megin Reijnders

Improving access to medical services through partnership in Papua New Guinea
Meggy Verputten

Too many barriers: how can sexual violence programmes improve access and care for male victims?           
Séverine Caluwaerts, G. Benedetti, D. Lagrou, E. De Plecker, R. Van Den Bergh

“Step-it- up”: social mobilisation to prevent gender-based violence in the Caribbean (Documentary)
Gabrielle Henderson

Preventing and reducing risk of GBV in emergencies: lessons learned and uptake from the first 18 months of roll out of the IASC guidelines for integrating GBV interventions in humanitarian action.
Erin Patrick, S. Rastogi

14:30 – 16:00  

Panel: Safe and Sound – An RCT of an Intervention in Antenatal Care to Address IPV -  Venue: Vidigal
Chair: Claudia García-Moreno

Formative research findings and the importance of quality training for interventions research
Abigail Hatcher

Intimate partner violence and women’s mental health: baseline findings of Safe and Sound
Nataly Woollett

Efficacy and feasibility of a support intervention to address intimate partner violence in antenatal care. Findings of the Safe and Sound RCT
Claudia García-Moreno, Christina Pallitto

Providers’ and women’s perspectives of a support intervention for intimate partner violence. Findings from the process evaluation
Manuela Colombini

14:30 – 16:00 

Panel: Faith and VAW - Venue: Leme
Chair: Chi-Chi Undie

The perspectives and experiences of sexual violence of internally displaced people in Colombian faith communities
Laura Cadavid, E. le Roux, L. Rojas-Flores, C. Monsalve

Exploring the nexus between harmful traditional practices, sexual and gender-based violence and religion: working effectively with faith leaders
Elisabet le Roux, B. Bartelink

Combating stigma against rape survivors and children born of rape in armed conflict: the role of faith leaders and youth
Erica Hall

Masculinité, famille et foi intervention - Passages project
Francesca Quirke, P. Deepan, T. Shand, C. McLarnon-Silk

Political Islam, perceived male disadvantage and wife abuse in rural Bangladesh
Ruchira Tabassum Naved, A. Talukder

14:30 – 16:00

Panel: Adolescents’ Perceptions of Sexual Violence - Venue: Ipanema
Chair: Clara Alemann

Namoro and noviazgo: adolescent dating violence in Brazil and Honduras
Giovanna Lauro, A. Tailor, D. Araujo, E. Murphy

Violência entre parceiros íntimos na percepção d’estudantes do ensino médio do município do Rio de Janeiro
Stella Taquette, C. Moraes, L. Souza, J. Scarcela, L. Meira, T. Freitas, M. Carneiro

Social norms perpetuating gender-based violence among young people in Latin America and the Caribbean and Tunisia: identifying entry points for interventions
D. Ruiz, Bethan Cansfield, S. Galand, Salma Jrad, A. Wiebe, B. Obertop

Understanding adolescent perspectives on violence to inform prevention interventions: voices from an informal settlement of Nairobi   
Clea Sarnquist

Masculinidades y violencia sexual en el Peru
Miguel Ángel Ramos Padilla, N. Palomino

14:30 – 16:00

Panel: Mental Health and GBV - Venue: Urca
Chair:  Laura Murray

The implications of community responses to intimate partner violence for women’s mental health in Rwanda
Jenevieve Mannell, I. Seyed-Raisy, C. Campbell

The impact of a youth-parent asset transfer program in DRC on mental health, food security and school attendance
Nancy Glass, N. Perrin, A. Kohli, M.R. Mpanano

“We are still alive. We have been harmed but we are brave and strong.”
Kirsten Wienberg

Measuring child psychological outcomes and exposure to domestic violence
Christina Laurenzi, S. Skeen, X. Hunt, M. Marlow, S. Gordon, M. Tomlinson

A comprehensive approach to providing services to survivors of sexual and gender-based violence in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo: addressing more than physical trauma
Cudjoe Bennett, M. Banda, L. Miller, L. Lawry, L. Bashige, J. Ciza, W. Clemmer, M.  Linehan

16:00 – 16:30  TEA/COFFEE
16:30 – 18:00  PARALLEL SESSIONS
16:30 – 18:00 

Panel: GBV Mixed - Venue: Gávea
Chair: Priscila Lawrenz

Abuse of women in facilities during childbirth: an exploratory study of district hospitals, Bangladesh
Kausar Parvin, R. T. Naved

Marital murders in Greater Florianópolis: the construction of a profile through precursor variables               
Ana Laura Tridapalli, N. Lorenzetti da Rocha, M. Boeira Lodetti, L. Matins Borges

Sexual homicides of adult women and children: a South African national study
Naeemah Abrahams, S. Mathews, C. Lombard, L.J. Martin, R. Jewkes

Impact of domestic violence on the workplace in China
Chen Tingting

Personal resources, power negotiation and violence in gay intimate relationships
Oluwafemi Adeagbo

16:30 – 18:00 

Panel: GBV in Conflict Settings - Venue: Copacabana
Chair: Jeanne Ward
Violence from the political to the personal: understanding how conflict-related violence impacts intimate partner violence post-conflict
Jocelyn Kelly, E. Colantuoni, C. Robinson, M. Decker

Fostering quality, learning and accountability in GBV programming in emergencies
Mendy Marsh, Sophie Read-Hamilton

On the move and ignored: responding to GBV during the European refugee crisis in 2015-16
Sarah Martin, M. Hersh, S. Mosely

Simplifying medical care for sexual violence survivors in settings of high insecurity
Meggy Verputten, M. Dada

16:30 – 18:00 

Panel: Toolkits - Venue: Vidigal
Chair: Kathy Taylor

RISE Learning Project on Monitoring and Evaluating Reintegration
Maricruz Tabbia

kNOwVAWdata: a novel initiative to strengthen measuring violence against women across Asia Pacific to better address VAW
Henrica A.F.M. Jansen, S. Tuladhar, I. Fitzgerald, H. McDermott

Schools-based violence prevention: developing a practical handbook
Berit Kieselbach

Shaping vicarious trauma-informed sexual/domestic violence organizations: introducing the Vicarious Trauma Toolkit
Beth Molnar, Gina Scaramella

Informing government action and programming to prevent intimate partner violence: a look at the impact evaluation evidence base
Mario Picon

16:30 – 18:00 

Panel: Going to Scale: Prioritizing Communities and Ensuring Quality in Sustainable Social Norm Change Programming - Venue: Leme

Speakers: Amy Bank. Rebecka Lundgren, Mona Mehta, Lori Michau, Lufuno Muvhango, Alice Welbourn

16:30 – 18:00 

Panel: Medico-Legal Response - Venue: Ipanema
Chair: Nadine Wathen

A code of conduct for genuine victims of rape? A critical discourse analysis of judicial pronouncements of rape delivered by the superior courts of Sri Lanka
Sandani Yapa Abeywardena

A cross sectional study of the rate of prosecution of perpetrators of domestic violence against women at the Georgetown magistrates’ court 2013 and 2014
Chandrawattie Persaud

O papel do judiciário paraibano no enfrentamento ao tráfico de pessoas: um olhar feminista e de gênero um olhar feminista e de gênero
Bárbara Ferreira de Freitas

Use of a Quality Index Tool to assess the completion of medico-legal forms for rape survivors in South Africa
Moushumi Ann Mathews, N. Christofides, R. Jewkes, R. Jina

16:30 – 18:00  

Panel: Understanding Violence against Children: Data, Meaning and Action - Venue: Urca
Chair: Catherine Maternowska

Collective effect of sexual, physical and emotional violence before age 18 on health outcomes in young adults in Kenya, Violence against Children Survey
Howard Kress, K.H. Nguyen, S.R. Kegler, L. Chiang

Findings on the drivers of violence against children from the Philippines
Faye Alma Balanon, UNICEF Philippines Country Office and partners

Cross-country study on risk factors for childhood violence and factors associated with help-seeking: evidence from VACS in Cambodia, Haiti, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria and Tanzania
T. Palermo, A. Pereira, N. Neijhoft,  R. Buluma, I. Fatoumata Kaloga, R. Harvey, A. Islam, T. Kheam, M. Kitembe, B. Lund-Henriksen, N. Maksud, M.C. Maternowska, A. Potts, C. Rottanak, M. Shawa, Amber Peterman

Who perpetrates violence against children? A global systematic analysis of age and sex specific data
Karen Devries, L. Knight, M. Petzold, K.R. Gannett, L. Maxwell, A. Williams, C. Cappa, K.L. Chan, C. García-Moreno, N. Hollis, H. Kress, A. Peterman, S.D. Walsh, S. Kisor, A. Guedes, S. Bott, B. Butron, C. Watts, N. Abrahams

Using data to drive change: the multi-county study on the drivers of violence affecting children
M.C. Maternowska, Alina Potts, D. Fry, Istituto degli Innocenti, UNICEF Peru Country Office and partners,  UNICEF Zimbabwe Country Office and partners, UNICEF Viet Nam Country Office and partners



09:00 – 11:00  PARALLEL SESSIONS
09:00 – 11:00 

Panel: “Beginning with the End in Mind”: Developing and Evaluating VAW Interventions that can be Scaled-U - Venue: Gávea
Chair: Avni Amin

Scaling innovations from a research context into existing health systems: lessons learned from the Nurse-Family Partnership Intimate Partner Violence Project
Susan Jack, K. Gordon, F. Madhani

Lessons learned, challenges and opportunities from adapting SASA! to the Indashyikirwa programme in Rwanda
E. Stern, Lea Liliane, R. Nyiratunga, A. Mukiga

The Adaptations Project: learning from the Implementation of SASA! in Haiti, Iraq, Kenya, and Tanzania
Jennifer Wagman, S. Namy, N. Ghebrebrhan, K. Chadwick, A.M. Balibang, L. Fakhoury, M. Lwambi, S. Siebert, E. Bonnevie, D. Faris, L. Michau

Scaling up and out: the case of a long term approach to the sustainable prevention of gender-based violence in El Salvador and its scale up in Guatemala
F. Santos, L. Roper, Mélida Guevara

Adaptation of an evidence-based intervention, the Good Schools
 Heidi Grundlingh, N. Kyegombe, L. Knight, D. Naker, J. Nakuti, S. Namy, K. Devries

09:00 – 11:00 

Panel: Diverse Nature of Violence against Children - Venue: Copacabana
Chair: Brigette De Lay and Helena Duch

Peer violence perpetration and victimization: prevalence, associated factors and pathways among 1752 sixth grade boys and girls in schools in Pakistan
Rozina Karmaliani, J. Mcfarlane, R. Somani, H.M.A Khuwaja, S.S. Bhamani, T.S. Ali,
S. Gulzar, Y. Somani, E.D. Chirwa, R. Jewkes

Prevalence and risk factors for gender based violence among class 6 learners in the informal settlements of Nairobi, Kenya: baseline analysis from the IMpower & SoS cluster randomized controlled trial        
Michael Baiocchi, R. Friedberg, M. Amuyunza, G. Oguda, D. Otieno, A. Pasupathy, C. Sarnquist

Understanding sexual and other violence against children in Zanzibar: adapting research approach and violence exposure measurement to the Zanzibar context
Louise Knight, S. Lees, M. Nilsson, R. Ramadhan, H. Grundlingh, C. Milligan, A. Shirley, D. Ritz, H. Lees-Mlanga, K. Devries

The REPLACE Approach for achieving social norm transformation concerning sexual and gender based violence: tackling FGM in the European Union
Hazel R. Barrett,Y. Alhassan

09:00 – 11:00

Intervention Content Panel – Social Norms - Venue: Vidigal
Chair: Elizabeth Dartnall

Communities Care Program: a prevention and response program to end sexual violence against women and girls in humanitarian settings
N. Glass, Nancy Perrin, A. Clough, A. Desgroppes, F.N. Kaburu, J. Melton, A. Riak, S. Read-Hamilton, M. Marsh

'Change Starts at Home' - working with couples to combat intimate partner violence in Nepal
Binita Shrestha, G. Ferguson, P. Shrestha, C.J. Clark

Gender Roles, Equality and Transformation (GREAT)
Rebecka Lundgren, N. Dagadu

09:00 – 11:00 

Panel: Health Impact - Venue: Leme
Chair: Caroline Meenagh

Double vulnerabilities: violence against women and HIV in south and southeastern, Brazil
J.K. Stockman, Kiyomi Tsuyuki, D. Knauth, K.K. Gundersen, Regina Maria Barbosa

Exploring the health differences between women raped and women not raped: analysis of baseline data from the South African Rape Impact Cohort Evaluation (RICE) study.
Naeemah Abrahams, S. Seedat, A. Sewnath, S. Mhlongo, C. Lombard, A. Kengne, B. Myers, C. García-Moreno, R. Jewkes

Symptoms associated with complications during pregnancy and low birth weight in Bangladesh: The role of intimate partner violence
Mosfequr Rahman

The intersection of youth depression and peer violence: baseline results from a RCT in a low and middle income country, Pakistan
Nargis Asad, R. Karmaliani, J. McFarlane, S.S. Bhamani, Y. Somani, E.D. Chirwa, R. Jewkes

09:00 – 11:00

Panel: Achievements and Challenges Facing Feminist Efforts to Address VAWG in Humanitarian and Development Settings - Venue: Ipanema
Chair: Tina Musuya

Feminist perspectives on addressing VAWG: what does accountability look like?
G. Kuttiparambil, Lori Michau, Anu Pillay

Feminist perspectives on addressing VAWG: reframing language of ‘gender’ and ‘GBV’ away from feminist underpinnings
Sunita Joergensen, J. Kemitare, J. Ward

Feminist perspectives on addressing VAWG: finding the balance between scientific and social change goals, approaches and methods
Heather Cole, P. Deepan, K. Joseph, Sophie Read-Hamilton

Feminist perspectives on addressing VAWG: funding priorities
D. Chandran, Micah Williams

Feminist perspectives on addressing VAWG: how does a broader protection lens affect work for women and girls? 
Mendy Marsh, S. Martin, Alina Potts, C. Poulton 

09:00 – 11:00 

Panel: Innovative and Participatory Research Methods - Venue: Urca
Chair: Blain Teketel

Making the case for involving young people in research on sexual violence
Silvie Bovarnick, L. Shuker, Kirsche Walker, C.J Hamilton

Using Photovoice to understand how gender roles and practice influence intimate partner violence among women in Northern Tanzania: findings from the MAISHA study
Veronica Selestine, G. Mshana, S. Lees, S. Harvey, S. Kapiga, C. Watts

Use of SenseMaker to conduct research among Syrian refugees in Lebanon
S. Michael, Susan Bartels, N. Bakhache, S Roupetz, S Garbern, H. Berquist, C. Davison, A. Bunting

Using theatre to explore critical understandings of gender oppression with South African youth: a case study of a peer education programme
Alice Clarfelt

Cumulative learning from examples of participatory research
Helen Beckett, Kirsche Walker, C.J Hamilton

11:00 – 11:30   TEA/COFFEE
11:30 – 13:00

Science Pitches – Prevention - Venue: Gávea
Chair: Samantha Willan

If she didn't have any money she would still be looking for men: multi-level effects of an economic and social empowerment intervention to reduce adolescent girls’ vulnerability to gender-based violence and HIV in Zambezia, Mozambique
H. Burke, C. Packer, L. Gonzalez-Calvo, K. Ridgeway, Rachel Lenzi, A.F. Green, T.D. Moon

Generating CHARISMA: development of an intervention to help women build agency and safety in their relationships while using microbicides
Miriam Hartmann, T. Palanee, M. Lanham, F. Mathebula, L. Pascoe, N. Skosana, B. Tolley, S. Roberts, D. Wagner, E. Wilson, R. Wilcher, S. Zissette, A. Ayub, J. Baeton and E. Montgomery on behalf of the CHARISMA team

A systematic review of prospective risk and protective factors for intimate partner violence victimisation among women
A. Yakubovich, Heidi Stöeckl, J. Murray, J.I. Steinert, C.E.Y Glavin, D.K. Humphreys

Measuring social norms around violence and gender in Uganda and Tanzania
Ruti Levtov, K. Vlahovicova, L. Daimon, S. Mukasa

Supporting men to manage common mental health problems as a means to prevent intimate partner violence in urban Kenya
Phiona Koyiet, A. Schafer

A systematic review of Campus Climate Surveys about sexual assault
Kathleen Krause, R. Woofter, R. Haardorfer, M. Windle, J.M. Sales, K.M. Yount

Follow up of the Intervention with Microfinance for AIDS and Gender Equity (IMAGE): design and baseline cohort characteristics, rural Mahikeng region, South Africa
Louise Knight, M. Ranganathan, T.P. Ngwato, L. Muvhango, M. Molebatsi, N. Pakade, S. Lees, C. Watts

Prevalence of intimate partner violence and abuse among women in northwestern Tanzania: results from MAISHA study
Saidi Kapiga, S. Harvey, N. Mosha, G. Mshana, I. Kapinga, H. Stockl, S. Lees, C. Hansen, C. Watts

Experience of sexual violence among adolescent girls and young women engaged in DREAMS programs in Kenya
S. Mathur, N. Pilgrim, J. Okal, J. Matheka, N. Jani, Julie Pulerwitz

Infanticide, filicide and familicide and its intersections with femicide in South Africa
Naeemah Abrahams, S. Mathews, C. Lombard, L.J. Martin, R. Jewkes

Caring for Equality: working with men, women and youth to address prenatal sex selection and gender-based violence in Armenia
Yeva Avakyan, S. Petrosyan

Expanding from prevalence to social norms measurement: child marriage and female genital mutilation/cutting in Senegal
Mark Canavera, Y. Anwar, K. Muldoon, B. Cislaghi, M. Sall

SDGs and GBV - using the law to advance women’s and girls’ right to be free of violence under the SDGs
Marie-Claude Jean-Baptiste, K. Torres

Intersections between violence against women and violence against sexual minorities: evidence from Asia-Pacific
Stephanie Miedema, K. Yount, E. Chirwa, K. Dunkle, E. Fulu

Sexual violence against populations at high risk for HIV in Zambia
N. Pilgrim, M. Musheke, H. Fisher Raymond, R. Keating, H. Witola, L. Banda, D. Mulenga, L. Phiri, S. Geibel, Waimar Tun

Preventing and responding to domestic violence: addressing invisibility of violence among diverse populations
Sarah McCook

The intersection of school corporal punishment and youth violence: baseline results from a randomized controlled trial in Pakistan
Hussain MA Khuwaja, R. Karmaliani, J. McFarlane, R. Somani, S. Gulzar, T. Saeed Ali, E. Chirwa, R. Jewkes

Cyberbullying: Prevalence and risk among youth in a South Asian setting
Ishra Nazeer, A Pathmeswaran

11:30 – 13:00

Science Pitches – Faith, Sexual Harassment, Responses - Venue: Copacabana
Chair:  Tirhani Manganyi

Their priority, our challenge: qualitative research on survivor perspectives across nine countries
Veena O’Sullivan

Tradition or religion- a potent mix
Sabine Nkusi, A.Diallo

Coercion, conflation, compassion: can faith leaders prevent violence against women and girls
Kirsten Laursen Muth

From Bangladesh to India: scaling up workplace intervention against VAWG in factories in South Asia
Marat Yu, A. Bergstrom, J. Wan

Born to be free: an Asia-Pacific study of interventions to address violence against women and girls in public spaces
Emma Fulu, M. Alvarado

Mapping for policy: a “whole journey” approach to tackling sexual harassment and sexual violent victimization in public transit
Y. Irvin-Erickson, Ammar Malik, F. Kamiran, M. Natarajan, J. Zweig

Electronic sexual coercion and sexual violence among adolescent girls in San Diego County
Marissa Salazar, J.G. Silverman, A. Raj, M. Rusch, E. Reed

Barriers and facilitators to integrating health service responses to intimate partner violence in low and middle income countries. A comparative health systems and service analysis
Manuela Colombini

Shipwrecked on an island: women’s experiences accessing health services when they have experienced both sexual violence and mental health problems
Kelsey Hegarty, L. Tarzia

Transforming health outcomes of mothers and children exposed to domestic violence into applications for smart phones that offer rapid assessment and triage for services
Judith McFarlane

Routine enquiry about intimate partner violence in antenatal care. Two qualitative studies that explore women and midwives perspective
Lena Henriksen, L. Garnweidner-Holme, M. Solheim, K.K. Thorsteunsen, M. Lukasse

Violence perpetration against female sex workers in Thailand: contextual data for intervention development and trauma-informed delivery of health services
Jennifer Sherwood, D. Phuengsamran, L. Koenig, A. Wirtz, S. Janyam, M. Decker

A qualitative evaluation of an intersectoral intervention for intimate partner violence in a rural sub-district of South Africa
K. Rees, V. Zweigenthal, Kate Joyner

Evaluating multi-sectoral responses to sexual violence against women: understanding integration models in resource poor settings
Ruth Nekura

Responding to sexual and gender based violence through integrated sexual and reproductive health service delivery in Palestine
A. Stavridis, Shamazat Babar

Speaking of justice: the significance of silence, recognition, communication and memory upon the impact of unwanted sexual experiences
Colleen Moore

When the health system has collapsed due to a crisis, how to provide life-saving services to GBV survivors? Lessons learnt from CAR
Aurélie Leroyer, Chloé Roger, S. Simon

Norms around intimate partner violence among women and men, and intersections with IPV and HIV services: new evidence from a large population-based sample in South Africa
A. Gottert, J. Pulerwitz, Nicole Haberland, S.A. Lippman, K. Kahn, A. Julien, A. Selin, R. Twine, D. Peacock, A. Pettifor

11:30 – 13:00  

Science Pitches  – Conflict, Post Conflict and Humanitarian Settings - Venue: Vidigal
Chair: Alice Kerr-Wilson

Social and cultural influences on intimate partner violence among Somali refugees: findings from a qualitative study in Dollo Ado, Ethiopia
Vandama Sharma, S. Tewolde, K. Asmara, N. Deyessa, M. Muleta, J. Scott

Adolescent girls voices through creative arts and photographs in South Sudanese refugee camps in Ethiopia
Helena Lupton

Who can I turn to? Mapping social connections and trust for accessing support in case of gender-based violence among displaced and conflict-affected populations in Kurdistan Region of Iraq
Maggie Sandilands, A. Strang

Women’s self-esteem, self-efficacy and perception of gender roles in a former conflict zone: baseline findings in South Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo
R. Behl, Clea Sarnquist

Has intimate partner violence in Cambodia changed in the past 15 years? A case for an innovative and more robust indicator to monitor SGBV-related SDG targets
Henrica A.F.M Jansen, P. Gulliver, H.E. Nhean Sochetra, S. Kosal

The strength of a culturally adapted intervention: targeting men in ending intimate partner violence in DRC
Henny Slegh, M. Tankink

Building normative science: measuring the impact of a normative intervention in the DRC to reduce intimate partner violence and increase family planning use
Courtney McLarnon-Silk, T. Shand, N. Dagadu, P. Deepan, F. Quirke, A. Jackson.

Methods from an evaluation of a gender-based violence prevention and response program in Somalia and South Sudan
Amber Clough, N.Glass, N. Perrin

Conflict and violence against women and girls: a report from South Sudan
Maureen Murphy, M. Contreras, A. Blackwell, M.Ellsberg

Yes, men do get raped - sexual violence against men in South Sudan
Manuel Contreras, J. Stennes, M. Murphy, A. Blackwell, M. Ellsberg

Mental health of female refugees affected by intimate partner violence: a qualitative investigation
Martha Claire Greene, S. Likindikoki, J. Mwambo, L. Misinzo, W. Tol

Promoting positive male gender socialization among migrant male youth living in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya: applying appreciative inquiry to GBV prevention efforts
Whitney Fry

Breaking the barrier: meeting sex-worker needs in humanitarian and low-resource settings
Sanni Bundgaard, G. Luttah, M. Lwambi, J. Kiogora

Research informed interventions for survivors of conflict and post-conflict sexual and gender-based violence in the Great Lakes Region, Africa
Helen Liebling

Using cash transfers to reduce risk of violence among internally displaced girls in North Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo
P. Mallinga, Danielle Roth, N. Rudahindwa, E. Graybill, K. Falb

Health system readiness to respond to sexual assault in Bogotá, Colombia: a qualitative evaluation focused on health providers
Sophie Morse, M. Decker

11:30 – 13:00

Panel: South Asia and GBV - Venue: Leme
Chair: Nargis Assad

Sociocultural and structural factors shaping the nature, extent and effects of violence against women and girls in migrant communities of Baglung district, Nepal
Geeta Devi Pradhan, N. Shai, N. Rawal, A. Kerr-Wilson

Prevalence, and sociocultural, health, and structural factors associate with VAWG among migrant communities of Baglung district, Nepal
Nwabisa Shai, G.D. Pradhan, R. Shrestha, A. Adhikari, P. Acharya, A. Pekins

Community norms of masculine dominance and young men’s justification of intimate partner violence and dominance in family decisions in Pakistan
Katherine Yount, K.A. Roof, T.S. Ali

Does physical intimate partner violence reduce over time in Bangladesh?
Mahfuz Al Mamun, K. Parvin, R. Tabassum Naved

11:30 – 13:00 

Science Pitches – LAC Region - Venue: Ipanema
Chair: Julienne Corboz

O envolvimento do caminhoneiro na exploracão sexual de crianças e adolescentes nas estradas do Brasil
Elder Cerquiera-Santos

Violação de direitos de crianças e adolescentes em megaeventos esportivos - Copa do Mundo de Futebol 2014
Anna Flora Werneck, E. Aparecida Machado da Silva, T. Kauark Chianca, B. Rodrigues dos Santos

Caracterização das situações de violência contra mulheres no Rio Grande do Sul
Priscila Lawrenz, D. Manzini Macedo, C.P. Pizarro de Freitas, J. Von Hohendorff. T.C. Pires Mazzini Bordini, L.N. Foschiera, L.F. Habigzang

O abuso e a exploração sexual de mulheres pelos peacekeepers nas missões de paz: uma análise comparativa dos últimos anos e as consequências geradas para as vítimas
Cynthia Lourenço Tach

Tradução e adaptação do projeto ambiente de paz para o ensino público brasileiro
Juliana Wierman, L.W. Brito, C.T. Matsuzaka, M.F. Mello

Protocolo de atención integral al embarazo no planeado y a la violencia basada en genero en Venezuela
S. Medina Salas, Belmar Franceschi

Co-production of research and theory of change as a basis for evidence-based interventions to prevent dating violence: a process evaluation of comprehensive sexuality education in Mexico City
S. Makleff, J. Garduño, P. Rivera, J. Valades, Ícela Zavala

Social ecological determinants of violence among HIV+ women in Sao Paulo and Porto Alegre, Brazil: a step beyond latent class analysis
Kiyomi Tsuyuki, Daniela Knauth, J.K. Stockman, K.K Gundersen, R.M Barbosa

Término de relacionamentos íntimos violentos: uma revisão de literature
Priscilla Parada, S.G. Murta

Mulheres que sofrem violência sexual no brasil: riscos e danos à saúde mental
Samanta Grimaldi Rossi, S.R.V. Noue, R.F. Braga, A. Correa, P. Mattos, J.A. Pedrini, J. Wierman, J.P. Fiks

Evaluate the efficacy and applicability of Interpersonal Psychotherapy adapted for PTSD compared to treatment as usual with the Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors
Andrea Feijo Mello, C.R. Proença, M.R. Maciel, B.M. Coimbra, R.F. Braga, E.A. Prado, J.C. Markowitz, M.F. Mello

Avaliação de processo e impacto de protocolo de psicoterapia para mulheres com histórico de violência conjugal
L.F. Habigzang, Mariana Gomes Ferreira Petersen, J. Zamora, N. Zancan, R. Machado e Beatriz Cúria

Readiness for intimate partner violence response: knowledge, attitudes and practices among healthcare professionals in Santo Andre, Brazil
Dabney P. Evans, K.M. Sahay, D.Z. Shojaie, M.A.F. Vertamatti

Desafíos y lecciones aprendidas del proceso de adaptación y prueba sobre terreno del manual clínico “Atención de salud para las mujeres que han sufrido violencia de pareja o violencia sexual”
Ana Labandera, F. Barindelli, I Petit, M. Fernández, R. Gómez, F. Chiribao, L. Van Velthoven, C. Bellini, E. De Armas

Da senzala à igualdade: a busca de políticas públicas estratégicas no combate à marginalização histórica das mulheres negras no Brasil
Luena Abigail Pimenta Ricardo

GBV and behavioral change: tested package to address sexual harassment against women in Mexico City’s public transportation
Karla Dominguez Gonzalez, B. Alves

Violence Against Pregnant and Non-Pregnant Women: Analysis of Notified Cases in Health
Júlia Carvalho Zamora, P. Lawrenz, C. Pinto Pizarro de Freitas, L. Fernanda Habigzang

National violence against adult women, adolescents and girls study in Nicaragua, 2013- 2015: a legal medical approach
Zacarías Duarte, V. Acevedo, G. Romero, G. Osorno

Violencia contra las mujeres y femi(ni)cidio en América del Sur: Comparación y estudio de estos en la legislación y planes gubernamentales de la region
Angel Nicolás Ortiz Tribiños

11:30 – 13:00 

Panel: GBV in West Africa - Venue: Urca
Chair: Colleen Varcoe

Nigeria  gender-based violence: intervention for prevention and management in two communities in Lagos, Nigeria 
Bose Iro-Nsi, M. Ukpong, A. Amah

Tackling the pervasive social issue of violence against women and girls: a community-based approach
Dorcas Coker-Appiah

Prevalence and risk factors for intimate partner violence experience among women in four districts of the central region of Ghana
Deda Ogum Alangea

Prevalence and risk factors of sexual or physical intimate partner violence perpetration among men in four districts in the Central region of Ghana
Esnat Chirwa

13:00 – 14:30  LUNCH
14:30 – 16:00

Panel: Couple-level IPV Research: Promise or Peril? - Venue: Gávea
Chair: Joyce Wamoyi

She said, he said: the added value and opportunities of analysing data from couples on partner violence
Elizabeth Starmann, L. Heise, M. Collumbien, N. Kyegombe, K. Devries, L. Michau

Advancing couple-level intimate partner violence research: reflections on afety, ethics and methodological considerationss
E. Starmann, Lori Heise

The Indashyikirwa couples curriculum to prevent intimate partner violence and support healthy, equitable relationships in Rwanda
Erin Stern, L. Heise, L. McLean

14:30 – 16:00  

Panel: Intersections between VAWG and Peacebuilding - Venue: Copacabana
Chair: Sarah Martin

Preventing violence against women and girls in conflict and humanitarian crises: lessons learned from the What Works research programme
Jeannie Annan, Mary Ellsberg, T. Hess, K. Falb, M. Murphy, T. Pattni, M. Hossain, C. Izugbara

What is an effective model of care for GBV survivors in a refugee camp? Evaluation of a task-sharing approach to GBV case management in the Dadaab refugee camps
Mazeda Hossain, Alys McAlpine, L. Bacchus, A. Kohli, S. Muthuri, Sheru Muuo, C. Egesa and C. Izugbara

Forms and patterns of violence against women and girls in South Sudan: report from a qualitative study
Manuel Contreras, M. Murphy, C. Hollowell, D. Reddy, M. MacRae, A. Blackwell, T. Hess and M. Ellsberg

Progress and gaps in reproductive health-related GBV funding and programming in humanitarian settings
Sarah Rich

14:30 – 16:00 

Intervention Content Panel – Empowerment - Venue: Vidigal
Chair: Heidi Stöeckl

We don’t need your program in our factory: experiences and lessons from designing a workplace intervention against VAWG in ready-made garment factory in Bangladesh
Marat Yu, J. Wan

The Enhanced Assess, Acknowledge, Act (EAAA) Sexual Assault Resistance education program
Charlene Y. Senn

SHARE Intervention
Jennifer Wagman, Fred Nalugoda

14:30 – 16:00 

Panel: Children - Venue: Leme
Chair: Lina Abirafeh

Going local: a new methodology for tracking prevalence of violence against children at decentralised level
Mark Canavera, Y. Anwar, C. Clark, B. Cislaghi, M. Sall

Modification of the adverse childhood experiences international questionnaire for cultural competency: methods for understanding childhood trauma in low-resource settings
Megan Quinn, K. Collins, G. Caldara, H. Owens, I Ozodiegwu, E. Loudermilk, J. Stinson

Patterns of neighborhood bullying among adolescents in Agbowo community, Ibadan North, Nigeria
Offiong Esop Akpabio, M.O. Omobowale, O.O. Amodu

Preventing violence against women by changing youth attitudes toward gender roles: baseline findings from an RCT of 1,752 youth in Pakistan
Tazeen Saeed Ali, R. Karmaliani, J. Mcfarlane, Y. Somani, H.M.A. Khuwaja. E. Chirwa, R. Jewkes

Prevalence factors associated with use and experience of corporal punishment in public schools in South Africa
Pinky Mahlangu, E. Chirwa, M. Machisa, Y. Sikweyiya, N. Shai, R. Jewkes

14:30 – 16:00

Panel: LGBTI  - Venue: Ipanema
Chair: Marcos Nascimento

Gender and sex-based analysis of intimate partner violence, health and work: experiences of LGBTQI+ people
Nadine C. Wathen, J.MacGregor

Violencias y discriminación hacia personas trans. El caso de la primera encuesta a la población trans en la Ciudad de Salta, Argentina
María Eugenia Burgos, María Laura Postiglione

Entre victimarios y víctimas: violencia, maras y diversidad sexual en El Salvador
Amaral Gómez Arevalo

Female masculinities and gender-based violence among Thai toms in Bangkok
Stephanie Miedema

14:30 – 16:00 

Panel: GBV and Disabilities - Venue: Urca
Chair: Saidi Kapiga

Exploring the contextual factors which perpetuate high rates of sexual abuse of people with disabilities in East Africa: a participatory study in Kenya and Uganda
Rob Aley, M. Wickenden, D. Kariuki

Associations between disability status with IPV among married women in Nepal   
Jhumka Gupta, L. Cardoso, G. Ferguson, B. Shrestha, P.N. Shrestha, C. Clark

“It is a sin to be in love with a disabled woman”: stigma, rejection and intersections of womanhood and violence among physically disabled women living in South Africa
Ingrid van der Heijden. N. Abrahams, J. Harries

Children and youth with disabilities - partners in community-based prevention of gender-based violence
Emma Pearce, T. Tarekegn

Sexual health, healthy relationships, and safety for youth with intellectual disabilities Kingston, Canada community needs assessment
Bailey Gerrits, R. Rappeport

16:30 – 18:00

Prize-Giving and Closing - Venue: Gávea

Young People’s Resolution on Youth Participation – Brigette De Lay
Prize-Giving – Rachel Jewkes
Priorities and New Directions – Manisha Mehta, Chi-Chi Undie and Alessandra Guedes
Closing - Claudia García-Moreno



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