Survivor-centred justice for gender-based violence in complex situations

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This report is the result of new research conducted by IDLO, in partnership with the Global Women’s Institute at George Washington University, in six countries across the globe with the aim to identify approaches that centre survivors in all efforts to address gender-based violence (GBV) in complex situations. The case study from the Philippines focuses on the impact of climate change on GBV in the country, which can be useful for climate change practitioners in particular. The report also provides a set of five key recommendations and action areas for policymakers, justice professionals and other practitioners working to promote survivor-centred justice for GBV in complex situations.

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