[Svrilist] SVRI Update: 28 02 14

Sexual Violence Research Initiative svri at mrc.ac.za
Fri Feb 28 14:26:10 SAST 2014


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Dear SVRI List Members

This SVRI Update contains a variety of sexual violence related research and resources. If you would like to have your sexual violence related resources included in the Update, please send your materials to svri at mrc.ac.za<mailto:svri at mrc.ac.za>. For more information and resources on sexual violence and the Sexual Violence Research Initiative visit www.svri.org<http://www.svri.org>. Please note that the SVRI Updates are also available on our Facebook<https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sexual-Violence-Research-Initiative/71822396561?fref=ts> page.

Today’s SVRI Update includes the following:
[Summaries directly taken or adapted from source]

I. SVRI online discussion invitation: What role can FBOs play in the prevention and response to sexual and intimate partner violence?
II. Sexual violence in the news
III. Websites
IV. Online publications/resources
V. Journal articles
VI. Events
VII. Funding links / research opportunities / fellowships and scholarships
VIII. Vacancies


I. SVRI online discussion invitation: What role can FBOs play in the prevention and response to sexual and intimate partner violence?

[cid:image003.png at 01CF348F.EFE53F60]Faith Based Organisations (FBOs) have a unique reach across the African continent and other developing countries (1)<https://www.unfpa.org/webdav/site/global/shared/documents/publications/2008/Culture_Matter_II.pdf>. Such organisations are found in all communities and provide a substantial portion of health and social care in low-resource settings (2)<http://www.arhap.uct.ac.za/pub_Gates2008.php>. FBOs have potential to be constructive role-players in strengthening responses, and building prevention programmes for sexual and intimate partner violence. There are instances where FBOs are providing services for survivors of violence and acting as agents of change to promote gender equity (3)<http://raisingvoices.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/downloads/resources/ThroughtheVoiceofFaithFINALFeb2013.pdf>.

Although FBOs are potentially powerful agents of change and may serve as bridges into communities for VAW responses and prevention initiatives, they do not always respond supportively to survivors of sexual violence. Reports of child sexual abuse and violence perpetrated by religious leaders are increasingly making their way into the public domain (4)<http://www.usccb.org/issues-and-action/child-and-youth-protection/upload/The-Causes-and-Context-of-Sexual-Abuse-of-Minors-by-Catholic-Priests-in-the-United-States-1950-2010.pdf>(5)<http://www.usccb.org/issues-and-action/child-and-youth-protection/upload/The-Nature-and-Scope-of-Sexual-Abuse-of-Minors-by-Catholic-Priests-and-Deacons-in-the-United-States-1950-2002.pdf>. Whilst, accounts of religious leaders blaming women for their rape, or of “sweeping it under the rug” are not uncommon (6)<http://www.wewillspeakout.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Breaking-the-silenceweb-FINAL.pdf>.

Considering these different issues, we would like to invite all faiths to participate in an online discussion<http://www.svri.org/svriforums/thread.jspa?threadID=231&tstart=0>, on the role of FBOs in the prevention and response to sexual and intimate partner violence. We would like you to engage with us to discuss opportunities and challenges of engaging with FBOs on gender equality and violence against women, lessons learned and best practices of FBOs in the prevention and response to sexual and intimate partner violence. This discussion will inform the development of a briefing paper and articles on the issue.

The discussion will be moderated from 3 March 2014 by Veena O’Sullivan and Prabu Deepan from We Will Speak Out (WWSO), with the support of Elizabeth Dartnall and Lizle Loots at the SVRI.

Please help us by answering the following questions:

  *   What is the role of FBOs in the prevention and response to sexual and intimate partner violence?
  *   Please outline some of the challenges and opportunities of engaging with faith institutions in this field.
  *   Can you identify and describe promising practices/interventions of FBOs in the areas of intimate partner and sexual violence prevention and responses?
  *   What has been the impact of these interventions, and lessons learned from working with faith-based organisations in the prevention and response to sexual and intimate partner violence.

To access the SVRI online discussion, click on this link<http://www.svri.org/svriforums/thread.jspa?threadID=231&tstart=0>. If you are not registered for the SVRI Online Discussion Forum, please register online<http://www.svri.org/forums/> (free of charge). Please do not hesitate to contact us with any queries at: svri at mrc.ac.za<mailto:svri at mrc.ac.za>

We look forward to hearing from you!

II. Sexual violence in the news

South Africa to fight crime with new DNA law, The Washington Post, 21 February 2014<http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/africa/south-africa-to-fight-crime-with-new-dna-law/2014/02/21/b180d098-9afd-11e3-8112-52fdf646027b_story.html>: It took a distraught Lindie Mdluli several days to summon the courage to go to a South African police station after she was raped in 2007. When she got there, Mdluli says that police officers didn’t discuss the kind of investigative DNA work that she had seen on television detective shows.

Violence against women costs Italy billions, The Local, 20 February 2014<http://www.thelocal.it/20140220/violence-against-women-costs-italy-billions>: Italy directly spends an estimated €2.3 billion on social services related to violence against women, while more than €14 billion can be attributed to other costs, according to Intervita development figures quoted by ANSA.

Tougher action urged on Kazakstan "bride-theft", Institute for War and Peace Reporting, 20 February 2014<http://iwpr.net/report-news/tougher-action-urged-kazakstan-bride-theft>: A proposal to toughen legislation on the practice of “bride stealing” in Kazakstan has reignited debate on a practice that has proved difficult to tackle.

155% rise in children groomed by sex gangs: Police identified 450 potential victims during 2013, Mail Online, 18 February 2014<http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2561692/155-rise-children-groomed-sex-gangs-Police-identified-450-potential-victims-2013.html#ixzz2tloZpyhC>: The number of British children groomed and trafficked for sexual abuse by gangs has soared by 155 per cent, figures show.

III. Websites

Global Protection Cluster - Gender-Based Violence Area of Responsibility<http://gbvaor.net/>: The group brings together NGOs, UN agencies, academics and others under the shared objectives of ensuring more predictable, accountable and effective approaches to GBV prevention and response in humanitarian settings. [Source: SA MRC].

Rape Crisis Network Ireland<http://www.rapecrisishelp.ie/>: RCNI has recently developed a help site with information and signposting to support services for survivors of sexual violence and those seeking assistance on their behalf. A section is also included for anyone concerned about another person's aggressive sexual behaviour. [Source: RCNI].

IV. Online publications/resources

Preventing and responding to gender-based violence in humanitarian crises. Holmes R and Bhuvanendra D. Humanitarian Practice Network at ODI. Network Paper 77, 2014<file:///C:\Users\lloots\Downloads\NP_77_web.pdf>: This paper maps and critically analyses good practice in preventing and responding to gender-based violence in humanitarian contexts to support humanitarian practitioners and policymakers to improve the quality of GBV programming. [Source: Zunia Update].

Substantive new normative provisions on women and armed conflict concurrently adopted by the United Nations Security Council and the CEDAW Committee. The American Society of International Law, Insights, 18 (5), 2014<http://www.asil.org/insights/volume/18/issue/5/substantive-new-normative-provisions-women-and-armed-conflict>: This Insight provides an overview of the substantive provisions set out by new developments, and comment on their contribution to strengthening women’s rights in efforts to prevent, manage and resolve armed conflicts. [Source: WUNRN].

Beyond investing in women and girls. AWID, 2014<http://awid.org/Library/Beyond-investing-in-women-and-girls-An-in-depth-look-at-the-funding-landscape-for-women-s-rights-and-the-powerful-impact-of-resources-in-the-hands-of-women-s-organizations>: This three-part compendium of new research provides an in-depth analysis of the current funding trends and actors impacting women's rights organizing; the financial status of women's organizations around the world; and the collective impact of women's rights organizations, when supported in meaningful and strategic ways, to build women's collective power for change to advance women's rights. [Source: AWID].

And boys too: An ECPAT-USA discussion paper about the lack of recognition of the commercial sexual exploitation of boys in the United States. ECPAT-USA, 2013<http://ecpatusa.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/AndBoysToo_FINAL_single-pages.pdf>: In order to examine why commercial sexual exploitation of boys (CSEB) receive much less attention and to question the widespread popular assumptions that they are willing participants or even exploiters and not victims, this report examines available information about CSEB, their participation in commercial sexual exploitation of children, and services available to them. [Source: ECPAT-USA].

Witch-hunts in Papua New Guinea’s Eastern Highlands Province: A fieldwork report. Eves R and Kelly-Hanku A. Australian National University, In Brief 4, 2014<http://ips.cap.anu.edu.au/sites/default/files/SSGM%20IB%202014_4.pdf>: This In Brief reports on interviews undertaken in November and December 2013 in Goroka with eight perpetrators who had been involved in 13 attacks on people accused of witchcraft. [Source: Pacwin].

Differences between HIV-infected men and women in antiretroviral therapy outcomes - Six African countries, 2004–2012. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 62 (47): 946-952. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2013<http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm6247a2.htm>: This analysis in six countries in western (Côte d’Ivoire), southern (Swaziland, Mozambique and Zambia) and eastern (Uganda and Tanzania) Africa estimate enrolee attrition from death, stopping ART or loss to follow-up at six-monthly intervals after ART initiation. [Source: 60percent].

V. Journal articles

Please note, to obtain a full copy of a journal article you may write to the author given as the contact person by the respective publishing house to request a copy.

Men's and women's experiences of violence and traumatic events in rural Côte d'Ivoire before, during and after a period of armed conflict. Hossain M, Zimmerman C, Kiss L, Kone D, et. al. BMJ Open, 4 (2), 2014<http://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/4/2/e003644.full>: This article describes men's and women's experiences of gender based violence and other traumatic events in Côte d'Ivoire, a West African conflict-affected setting, before, during and after a period of active armed conflict (2000–2007). [Source: LSHTM].

A qualitative exploration of researcher trauma and researchers’ responses to investigating sexual violence. Coles J, Astbury J, Dartnall E and Limjerwala S. Violence against Women, 20 (1): 95-117, 2014<http://vaw.sagepub.com/content/20/1/95?etoc>: This article explores the trauma experiences of sexual violence researchers from different countries, identifying the issues that traumatised them and the protective strategies they found effective. [Source: Monash University].

Correlates of perceived helpfulness of mental health professionals following disclosure of sexual assault. Starzynski L.L and Ullman S.E. Violence against Women, 20 (1): 74-94, 2014<http://vaw.sagepub.com/content/20/1/74?etoc>: This article describes sexual assault experiences, post-assault factors, and perceived helpfulness of and satisfaction with mental health professionals in a group of sexual assault survivors. [Source: Monash University].

Childhood violence exposure and the development of sexual risk in low-income African American girls. Wilson H.W, Donenberg G.R, Emerson E. J. Behav. Med, ePub, 2014<http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds%5B%5D=citjournalarticle_430410_24>: This article emphasises the need for early interventions to reduce sexual risk among low-income urban girls who have experienced violence. [Source: SafetyLit].

Forensic analysts' perspectives: Sexual assault kits under the microscope. Corum V, Carroll J. J. Forensic Nurs, 10(1): 50-57, 2014<http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds%5B%5D=citjournalarticle_430415_37>: This paper presents forensic analysts' perspectives about the quality of data collection, feedback for improvement, and resources for further education. [Source: SafetyLit].

Effectiveness of specific factors in community-based intervention for child-witnesses of interparental violence: A randomized trial. Overbeek M.M, de Schipper J.C, Lamers-Winkelman F, Schuengel C. Child Abuse Negl, ePub, 2013<http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds%5B%5D=citjournalarticle_411336_24>: This article compares community-based intervention with specific factors for children and parents exposed to inter-parental violence (IPV) with a control intervention based on non-specific factors. [Source: SafetyLit].

High risk sexual behaviors are associated with sexual violence among a cohort of women in Durban, South Africa. Gaffoor Z, Wand H, Daniels B, Ramjee G. BMC Res. Notes, 6(1): 532, 2013<http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds%5B%5D=citjournalarticle_425189_20>: This study describes the prevalence of Forced Sex (FS) experiences of women who enrolled into an HIV biomedical intervention study, and its association with risky sexual behaviour. [Source: SafetyLit].

A systematic review of interventions for preventing adolescent intimate partner violence. De Koker P, Mathews C, Zuch M, Bastien S, Mason-Jones A.J. J. Adolesc. Health, ePub, 2013<http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds%5B%5D=citjournalarticle_420168_24>: This article reports on a review of randomized controlled trials of interventions to reduce physical, sexual, and psychological violence perpetration and victimization among adolescents. [Source: SafetyLit].

Processes and patterns in gay, lesbian, and bisexual sexual assault: A multi-methodological assessment. Menning C.L, Holtzman M. J. Interpers. Violence, ePub, 2013<http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds%5B%5D=citjournalarticle_425377_37>: This article explores how subjective interpretations of assault may differ by sex and sexual orientation. [Source: SafetyLit].

Gender-equitable attitudes, bystander behavior, and recent abuse perpetration against heterosexual dating partners of male high school athletes. McCauley H.L, Tancredi D.J, Silverman J.G, Decker M.R, Austin S.B, McCormick M.C, Virata M.C, Miller E. Am. J. Public Health, ePub, 2013<http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds%5B%5D=citjournalarticle_411291_24>: This article assesses the relationship between gender attitudes, identified as a critical component of violence prevention, and abuse toward dating partners among adolescent male athletes. [Source: SafetyLit].

To tell or not to tell? Factors influencing young people's informal disclosures of child sexual abuse. McElvaney R, Greene S, Hogan D. J. Interpers. Violence, ePub, 2013<http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds%5B%5D=citjournalarticle_423758_24>: This article aims to understand the factors influencing informal disclosure of child sexual abuse experiences, taking account of dynamics operating prior to, during, and following disclosure. [Source: SafetyLit].

Testing two global models to prevent violence against women and children: Methods and baseline data analysis of a seven-year prospective study. McFarlane J.M, Nava A, Gilroy H, Paulson R, Maddoux J. Issues Ment. Health Nurs, 33(12): 871-881, 2012<http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds%5B%5D=citjournalarticle_383207_24>: This article provides evidence for best practice and policy, through measuring the safety, abuse, and the emotional and physical functioning of abused women and their children. [Source: SafetyLit].

VI. Events

Webinar: Telling our stories - Learning as we build a movement to end child sexual abuse, 13 March 2014<http://www.preventconnect.org/2014/02/telling-our-stories-learning-as-we-build-a-movement/>. In this web conference presenters stories, lessons and experiences from strategic storytelling,  time line and power analysis work will flow together with those of participants to apply what was learned to a broader field of work and to continue to strengthen a shared understanding of the field and movement building. [Source: PreventConnect].

Webinar: The untested rape kit crisis and cold case sexual assault prosecutions. 14 March 2014<http://victimsofcrime.org/our-programs/dna-resource-center/dna-training-opportunities>. In this webinar, Kym Worthy, Wayne County Prosecutor will discuss why kits went untested for decades and the importance of utilizing a victim-centred approach when notifying victims that their case has been re-opened. Register online. [Source: RAINNet].

Bid extension: Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict, 10 - 13 June 2014, London, United Kingdom<https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/sexual-violence-in-conflict/about>. Any Civil Society Organisation that wishes to host a Fringe event in the ExCel centre as part of the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict can download the bidding form. The deadline for all bids is Friday 7 March at 17.30. Outcomes of bids will be announced by 21 March. Kindly note that due to time constraints, it will not be possible to provide feedback on unsuccessful bids. [Source: FCO UK].

Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, 30 September - 3 October 2014, Cape Town, South Africa<http://hsr2014.healthsystemsresearch.org>. The theme of this Symposium is the science and practice of people-centred health systems, chosen to enable participants to address current and critical concerns of relevance across countries in all parts of the world. Researchers, policy-makers, funders, implementers and other stakeholders, from all regions and all socio-economic levels, will work together on the challenge of how to make health systems more responsive to the needs of individuals, families and communities. Abstract submissions close: 3 March 2014. [Source: 60percent].

4th International Conference on Survivals of Rape - Rape, survivors, policies and support systems a European challenge, 20 - 22 November 2014, Lisbon, Portugal<http://icsor.org>. This conference will introduce the issue related with the fulfilment of the State's due diligence obligations to prevent Human Rights violations, specifically rape; to investigate all crimes of rape and punish the offenders; to protect and to provide remedy and reparation to all victims/survivors. Abstract submission is now open. [Source: Women-East-West].

For more events visit: http://www.svri.org/calendar.htm

VII. Funding links / research opportunities / fellowships and scholarships

Call for position papers: Restoring families as the pillar of development in Africa<mailto:Stella.mbugua at parentinginafrica.org>. In marking the 20th anniversary of the International Year of the Family (IYF), Parenting in Africa Network (PAN) shall host a Regional experts’ meeting on 13th -14th May in Nairobi, Kenya, (venue and related logistics to be communicated) that will bring together experts in family policy making, and practitioners implementing parenting programmes. In recognition of your role and expertise, PAN is inviting you to send in a position paper for consideration during the meeting. For more information, contact: Stella.mbugua at parentinginafrica.org<mailto:Stella.mbugua at parentinginafrica.org>. Submissions close: 27 March 2014. [Source: PAN].

Fellowship opportunity: 10th Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship<http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Calls-for-Participation2/Call-for-Applications-10th-Elizabeth-Neuffer-Fellowship>. This fellowship is designed for a woman journalist from anywhere in the world whose work in print, broadcast, or digital media has focused on human rights and social justice reporting. This seven month-long program will take her to Boston and New York to study at MIT’s Center for International Studies and work for U.S. media outlets including The Boston Globe and The New York Times. Applications close: 11 April 2014. [Source: AWID].

Fellowship opportunity: University of South Australia Postdoctoral Research Fellow<http://workingatunisa.nga.net.au/publicfiles/workingatunisa/jobs/6c93e839-1314-d1e7-697b-7f86da3a7fa6/140217_Position%20Description_and_Cover%20Sheet_Postdoctoral%20Research%20Fellow%20CAC.pdf>. The successful fellow will be responsible for developing and pursuing a research program to contribute to the Australian and International child welfare evidence-base about the Child Advocacy Centre model. In addition, this position will supervise honours and higher degree by research students in this program area, and actively engage with the child and family welfare sector to enhance the use of evidence in policy and practice. Applications close: 10 March 2014. [Source: Child Maltreatment Researchers].

VIII. Vacancies

Epidemiologist: What works to prevent violence against Women & Girls?<mailto:recruitment at mrc.ac.za> / DFID-funded global progamme - Medical Research Council, Gender and Health Research Unit / Pretoria, South Africa / Closing date: March 28, 2014. Please contact Lee - Ann MacLean at recruitment at mrc.ac.za<mailto:recruitment at mrc.ac.za> for more information.

Research Specialist/Senior Research Specialist<http://www.cfrc.illinois.edu/newsitem.php?NwsID=24> / Children and Family Research Center, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign / Urbana, USA / Closing date: March 18, 2014. [Source: UIUC].

Unit Chief, Gender and Cultural Diversity<https://erecruit.who.int/public/hrd-cl-vac-view.asp?o_c=1000&jobinfo_uid_c=28811&vaclng=en> / PAHO/WHO / Washington, D.C, USA / Closing date: March 19, 2014. [Source: PAHO/WHO].

Field Program Support Manager<http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Field-Program-Support-Manager> / MSI / USA / Closing date: Open until filled. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday, 25 February 2014].

Area Manager<http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Area-Manager> / Child Fund International / Kenya / Closing date: Open until filled. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday, 25 February 2014].

Operational Excellence Manager<http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Operational-Excellence-Manager> / The Global Fund / Switzerland Closing date: February 27, 2014. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday, 25 February 2014].

Country Director<http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Country-Director> / MSI / Ghana / Closing date: March 3, 2014. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday, 25 February 2014].

Special Assistant<http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Special-Assistant> / UN WOMEN / USA / Closing date: March 5, 2014. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday, 25 February 2014].

Human Rights Program and Advocacy Manager<http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Human-Rights-Program-and-Advocacy-Manager> / ISHR / Switzerland / Closing date: March 7, 2014. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday, 25 February 2014].

Research Assistant<http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Research-Assistant> / CCR / S.Africa / Closing date: March 7, 2014. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday, 25 February 2014].

Senior Project Officer<http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Senior-Project-Officer> / CCR / Africa / Closing date: March 7, 2014. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday, 25 February 2014].

National Programme Officer<http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/National-Programme-Officer> / UN WOMEN / Bangladesh / Closing date: March 7, 2014. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday, 25 February 2014].

Technical Advisor<http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Technical-Advisor> / SolidarMed / Zambia / Closing date: March 14, 2014. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday, 25 February 2014].

Head of Programme<http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Head-of-Programme> / World YWCA / Switzerland / Closing date: March 21, 2014. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday, 25 February 2014].

WPE Program Manager<http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/WPE-Program-Manager> / IRC / South Sudan / Closing date: April 6, 2014. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday, 25 February 2014].

Senior WPE Manager<http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Senior-WPE-Manager> / IRC / Sudan / Closing date: April 6, 2014. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday, 25 February 2014].

Emergency WPE Manager<http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Emergency-WPE-Manager> / IRC / Sudan / Closing date: April 6, 2014. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday, 25 February 2014].

Emergency WPE Coordinator<http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Emergency-WPE-Coordinator2> / IRC / Sudan / Closing  date: April 6, 2014. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday, 25 February 2014].


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