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This report covers the research undertaken in Solomon Islands as part of the much larger project, Do No Harm:
This report covers the research undertaken in the Papua New Guinea highlands as part of the much larger
project, Do No Harm: Understanding the Relationship between Women’s Economic Empowerment and
This report covers the research undertaken in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville as part of the much
Drawing on research in the Papua New Guinea (PNG) highlands as part of the Do No Harm (DNH) project, this In Brief examines some of the challenges women face in escaping violent relationships.
Witchcraft and sorcery-related violence, the focus of much attention in recent years, is seemingly an intractable problem that is impossible to remedy (see Forsyth and Eves 2015).
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In 2015, the Australian Government–funded Nabilan1 Program (Ending Violence against Women) conducted a study on violence against women and children in Timor-Leste (Asia Foundation 2016).
Women’s economic empowerment is now seen to be a critical
aspect of poverty reduction and development and is an
important goal of the current Australian aid program. Economic
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