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Connecting the Dots: Supporting the Recovery and Reintegration of Children Affected by Sexual Exploitation

Contributed by a member of the RISE Community • February 7th, 2019

The child protection sector lacks a robust evidence-base conveying what effective support during the
recovery and reintegration process for children affected by CSE looks like. This report starts to collate
evidence on what appears to be important to children who have experienced sexual exploitation.
Recognizing the current gaps in knowledge, this report represents a first attempt to start ‘connecting
the dots’ between primary data and existing literature to help states and service providers better
respond to the needs of children affected by CSE. Read More

Unpacking Violence: A storytelling resource for understanding nonphysical forms of abuse and the gendered drivers of violence against women.

Contributed by a member of the RISE Community • February 7th, 2019

The Our Watch Non-physical Forms of Abuse campaign, No Excuse for Abuse, aims to raise awareness
of non-physical forms of abuse against women and increase understanding that all forms of abuse
are serious. The practice component of the campaign aims to provide prevention of violence against women
practitioners with resources they can use when undertaking prevention activities e.g., training and
presentations to stakeholders, policy planning, organisational development, and advocacy work. Read More

Guía de Buenas Prácticas para el abordaje de niños/as, adolescentes víctimas o testigos de abuso sexual y otros delitos.

Contributed by a member of the RISE Community • January 23rd, 2019

Con el objetivo de contribuir a mejorar esta situación, durante el año 2010 desde ADC, JUFEJUS y UNICEF se conformó un equipo de trabajo, integrado por especialistas de las distintas disciplinas involucradas, representantes de diferentes organismos y organizaciones y de varias provincias y regiones.
En conjunto y aprovechando la experiencia de cada uno, se analizó el material relevado sobre la situación en cada provincia y se identificó una serie de ejes problemáticos en función de la cual se orientó un trabajo de reflexión teórico-práctica, análisis bibliográfico, recopilación normativa, intercambio y
discusión colectiva. Read More

Guía de Atención a niñas, niños, y adolescentes víctimas de ESNNA

Contributed by a member of the RISE Community • January 23rd, 2019

Con el objetivo de dar a conocer una ruta coordinada, articulada y consensuada para la atención a NNA víctimas de explotación sexual, la ONG CESVI, la Asociación Cultural TeatroVivo, organizaciones de la sociedad civil, gobierno local, MIMP y otras instancias del gobierno central, han tenido como iniciativa elaborar la presente Guía de Atención a Niñas, Niños y Adolescentes Víctimas de Explotación Sexual, destacando el rol de cada uno en el proceso y tipo de atención que brinda; buscando promover en
todo el proceso la recuperación, restitución de los derechos vulnerados y reinserción social de las niñas, niños y adolescentes víctimas. Read More

Guía de Procedimiento para la Entrevista Única de Niños, Niñas y Adolescentes víctimas de abuso sexual, explotación sexual y trata con fines de explotación sexual

Contributed by a member of the RISE Community • January 23rd, 2019

El objetivo principal de esta Guía, es brindar a los operadores del Ministerio Público una herramienta de trabajo que les permita aplicar el procedimiento de entrevista única a niños, niñas y adolescentes víctimas de abuso sexual, explotación sexual y trata con fines de explotación sexual, en la Sala de Entrevista Única, con el objeto de evitar su revictimización. Read More

National standard operating procedures for the management of sexual violence against children.

Contributed by a member of the RISE Community • January 21st, 2019

Child sexual violence (CSV) is a critical public health, human rights and a developmental issue that has severe consequences on the immediate and long-term health outcomes and well-being of children. The violence against children national survey 2010, indicated that violence against children is a serious problem in Kenya, at least 32 percent of females and 18 percent of males reported experiencing sexual violence during their childhood. In addition, anecdotal evidence points to a high number of children reporting for sexual violence management services in Kenyan Health facilities. Read More

Students and brides: a qualitative analysis of the relationship between girls’ education and early marriage in Ethiopia and India

Contributed by a member of the RISE Community • January 21st, 2019

Early marriage (< 18 years) is associated with education cessation among girls. Little research has
qualitatively assessed how girls build resiliency in affected contexts. This study examines these issues in Oromia,Ethiopia and Jharkhand, India among girls and their decision-makers exposed to early marriage prevention programs. Read More

The Language of Ethics and Double Standards in the Affective and Sexual Socialization of Youth. Communicative Acts in the Family Environment as Protective or Risk Factors of Intimate Partner Violence

Contributed by a member of the RISE Community • January 21st, 2019

There is broad literature on the role of family in socializing gender roles and the influence on reproducing IPV. However, less research has been developed on the effects of communicative acts in the family environment as a protective or risk factor in front of IPV. This article presents sound evidence confirming the presence of language of ethics that is reproducing stereotyped models of attraction in
heterosexual relationships, which empties good people of attractiveness and indirectly contributes to maintain the link between desire and aggressiveness. Read More

Educando a los muchachos: Nuevas investigaciones sobre masculinidad y estrategias de género para las escuelas

Contributed by a member of the RISE Community • January 7th, 2019

Este artículo se aproxima a la nueva investigación sociocientífica sobre masculinidad con el fin de desarrollar un marco que permita entender las cuestiones de género en la educación de los muchachos. El género es construido en medio de contextos sociales y culturales que producen múltiples formas de masculinidad, una de las cuales generalmente ejerce hegemonía sobre las otras. Read More