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Dear SVRI List Members<br>
<p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-AU">To follow is the SVRI Update
which contains a variety of sexual
violence
related research and resources. Please email <a
 href="mailto:svri@mrc.ac.za">svri@mrc.ac.za</a>
if you would like us to include relevant sexual violence resources and
materials
in the SVRI Updates.&nbsp; For more information and resources on sexual
violence and the SVRI visit <a href="http://www.svri.org">www.svri.org</a>.<br>
<br>
<b style="">Canada: Many Abused Women in Danger of
Being Killed - Research Study:</b><span style="">&nbsp; </span>A
recently released study by the University of Calgary and YWCA Canada
found that
more than three-quarters of Canadian women seeking refuge from domestic
abuse
are in danger of being killed.&nbsp; The study examines both the nature of
the
abuse faced by women and the vital services that protect them. "The
report&#8217;s
recommendations call for comprehensive social supports that go beyond
shelter
walls."<span style="">&nbsp; </span>For more information visit:<span
 style="">&nbsp; </span><a
 href="http://www.ywcacanada.ca/public_eng/advocacy/Shelter/Q&amp;A_FINAL_EN.pdf">http://www.ywcacanada.ca/public_eng/advocacy/Shelter/Q&amp;A_FINAL_EN.pdf</a><br>
<br>
<b style="">Girls education in South Asia Oxfam /
Oxfam , 2006:</b><span style="">&nbsp; </span>&#8220;<st1:place w:st="on">South
Asia</st1:place> has the highest number of out-of-school girls in the
world.
This paper outlines some of the issues confronting practitioners,
policy
makers, and researchers in girls&#8217; education in <st1:place w:st="on">South
Asia</st1:place>,
and explores what they can do to move towards high-quality and
gender-equitable
education for all.<span style="">&nbsp; </span>[Source:<span style="">&nbsp; </span>Eldis]<span
 style="">&nbsp;
</span>For more information visit:<span style="">&nbsp; </span><a
 href="http://www.eldis.org/cf/search/disp/DocDisplay.cfm?Doc=DOC22319&amp;Resource=f1educ">http://www.eldis.org/cf/search/disp/DocDisplay.cfm?Doc=DOC22319&amp;Resource=f1educ</a><br>
<br>
<b style="">Online Resource Manual for the
Prevention of School Based Violence</b> - Tutty, L., &amp; Bradshaw,
C.,
Thurston, W.E., Tunstall, L., Dewar, M.E., Toy-Pries, D., Thomlinson,
D., Este,
D., Meadows, L., Josephson, W., Dobko, S., Proulx, J., Perrault, S.,
McDonald,
M., &amp;. Nixon, K. (2002). School based violence prevention programs:
A
resource manual to prevent violence against girls and young women. <st1:City
 w:st="on">Calgary</st1:City>: AB: RESOLVE <st1:State w:st="on"><st1:place
 w:st="on">Alberta</st1:place></st1:State>. Online at
<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext"
 href="http://www.ucalgary.ca/resolve/violenceprevention/">http://www.ucalgary.ca/resolve/violenceprevention/</a><br>
<br>
<b style="">GTZ Report:<span style="">&nbsp;
</span></b>Funk A, Lang J; Osterhaus J (2005) Ending Violence Against
Women and
Girls - Protecting Human Rights, Good Practices for Development
Cooperation,
GTZ,<span style="">&nbsp; </span>To order a copy of the report
visit:<span style="">&nbsp; </span><a
 href="http://www2.gtz.de/publikationen/isissearch/publikationen/details.aspx?RecID=BIB-GTZ067493">http://www2.gtz.de/publikationen/isissearch/publikationen/details.aspx?RecID=BIB-GTZ067493</a></span></p>
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