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Prevention of and response to SGBV current approach UNCT Retreat 2012 Ruby Johnson & Freya Larsen UN Women. UNPFA UNDP UN Women UNICEF UNAIDS UNIAP ILO Regional Joint Program Partners (For example Partners for Prevention). Multi-agency Initiative. International Frameworks

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Prevention of and response to SGBV

current approach

UNCT Retreat 2012

Ruby Johnson & Freya Larsen UN Women

multi agency initiative

UNPFA

  • UNDP
  • UN Women
  • UNICEF
  • UNAIDS
  • UNIAP
  • ILO
  • Regional Joint Program Partners (For example Partners for Prevention)
Multi-agency Initiative
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International Frameworks

  • Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) and Optional Protocol
  • UN Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and their Families
  • UN Declaration on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
  • Millennium Development goals

National Frameworks

  • Law on the Prevention of Domestic Violence and Protection of Victims (2005)
  • Law on Suppression of Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation (2007)
national policy frameworks

National Action Plan to Prevent Violence against Women (2009-12)

  • Neary Rattanak III (2009-2013)
  • Village and Commune Safety Policy (2011)
National Policy Frameworks
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Approach

Comprehensive, multi-sectoral and cross-jurisdictional approach

recent work

Feasibility study of a One Stop Service Center (UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF)

  • Review of the 2009-2012 National Action Plan on Violence against Women (UN Women)
  • Analysis of the Action Plan implementation (Partners for Prevention: UNDP, UN Women, UNFPA, UNV)
  • Joint advocacy, 16 Days Campaign (Multi-agency involvement)
  • Minimum training standards for volunteer personnel in Service Delivery organisations (UN Women)
  • Support to Ministry of Women’s Affairs Legal Department (UNFPA)
Recent Work
policy formulation

Formulation of the New NAPVAW

  • Costing and allocation of resources
  • M&E system to be developed
  • Include prevention as well as response
  • Focus on process
  • NearyRattanak IV to be developed 2013
Policy Formulation
strengthen service delivery

Take forward recommendations from the OSSC feasibility study

  • Improve coordination
  • Increase availability of services
  • Health sector response standards (UNFPA)
Strengthen Service Delivery
strengthening research and evidence

Violence against children research led by UNICEF and MOWA (end of 2012)

  • The Change Project led by P4P (end of year)
  • VAW prevalence study (using methodology of WHO Multi-country Study on Women’s Health and Domestic Violence) (18 month study to begin in 2012)
  • Costing study led by UN Women (end of 2012)
Strengthening Research and Evidence
coordination

Joint advocacy initiatives: 16 days campaign

  • Different mechanisms in place
  • GBV donor coordination group
  • GBV Sub-working group to the TWGG
  • UNTG-G collaboration and coordination
Coordination
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Joint advocacy messages

  • UNiTE as a platform for coordination and framework for joint action
  • Ensuring the active participation of marginalised women, such as women with disabilities, people with HIV, migrant workers & sexual minorities
  • Support all partners engagement in shaping policy, such as rights holders and CSOs
  • Engage all ministries & secure commitment, particularly to the NAPVAW