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16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

This guide supports the 16 Days of Activism events sponsored by the Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance at Rutgers-Camden.

16 Articles on Gender-Based Violence

  1. Bani-Fatemi, Ali, Monica Malta, Amanda Noble, Wei Wang, Thanara Rajakulendran, Deborah Kahan, and Vicky Stergiopoulos. 2020. “Supporting Female Survivors of Gender-Based Violence Experiencing Homelessness: Outcomes of a Health Promotion Psychoeducation Group Intervention.” Frontiers in Psychiatry 11: 601540–601540.

  2. Cohan, Deborah J. 2019. “‘It Is Time to Make Our Way Home’: How Contingent Labor Practices Impact Transformative Possibilities of Teaching About Violence Against Women.” Violence Against Women 25 (11): 1370–87.
  3. Cook-Daniels, Loree. 2015. “Intimate Partner Violence in Transgender Couples: ‘Power and Control’ in a Specific Cultural Context.” Partner Abuse 6 (1): 126–40. 
  4. Desai, Bharat H, and Moumita Mandal. 2021. “Role of Climate Change in Exacerbating Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Against Women: A New Challenge for International Law.” Environmental Policy and Law 51 (3): 137–57.
  5. Enaifoghe, Andrew, Melita Dlelana, Durokifa Anuoluwapo Abosede, and Nomaswazi P Dlamini. 2021. “The Prevalence of Gender-Based Violence Against Women in South Africa: A Call for Action.” African Journal of Gender, Society and Development (1): 117–46.
  6. Freedman, Jane. 2016. “Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Against Refugee Women: a Hidden Aspect of the Refugee ‘Crisis.’” Reproductive Health Matters 24 (47): 18–26.
  7. Gaynor, Niamh, and Máirtín Cronin. 2019. “‘A Woman’s Place...’: Community-Based Approaches to Gender-Based Violence in Malawi.” Community Development Journal 54 (2): 254–72.
  8. Gilbert, Sheena L, Emily M Wright, and Tara N Richards. 2021. “Decolonizing VAWA 2021: A Step in the Right Direction for Protecting Native American Women.” Feminist Criminology, 155708512110160–.
  9. Gover, Angela R, and Angela M Moore. 2021. “The 1994 Violence Against Women Act: A Historic Response to Gender Violence.” Violence Against Women 27 (1): 8–29.
  10. Grose, Rose Grace, Julia S Chen, Katherine A Roof, Sharon Rachel, and Kathryn M Yount. 2021. “Sexual and Reproductive Health Outcomes of Violence Against Women and Girls in Lower-Income Countries: A Review of Reviews.” The Journal of Sex Research 58 (1): 1–20.
  11. Jordan, Sid P, Gita R Mehrotra, and Kiyomi A Fujikawa. 2020. “Mandating Inclusion: Critical Trans Perspectives on Domestic and Sexual Violence Advocacy.” Violence Against Women 26 (6-7): 531–54.
  12. Lima, Valesca. 2020. “The Role of Local Government in the Prevention of Violence Against Women and Girls During the COVID‐19 Pandemic.” Bulletin of Latin American Research 39 (1): 84–87.
  13. Mannell, Jenevieve, Safua Akeli Amaama, Ramona Boodoosingh, Laura Brown, Maria Calderon, Esther Cowley-Malcolm, Hattie Lowe, et al. 2021. “Decolonising Violence Against Women Research: a Study Design for Co-Developing Violence Prevention Interventions with Communities in Low and Middle Income Countries (LMICs).” BMC Public Health 21 (1): 1147–1147.
  14. Namatovu, Fredinah, Raman Preet, and Isabel Goicolea. 2018. “Gender-Based Violence Among People with Disabilities Is a Neglected Public Health Topic.” Global Health Action 11 (sup3): 1694758–1694758.
  15. Peretz, Tal, and Chris M Vidmar. 2021. “Men, Masculinities, and Gender‐based Violence: The Broadening Scope of Recent Research.” Sociology Compass 15 (3).
  16. Wirtz, Andrea L, Tonia C Poteat, Mannat Malik, and Nancy Glass. 2020. “Gender-Based Violence Against Transgender People in the United States: A Call for Research and Programming.” Trauma, Violence, & Abuse 21 (2): 227–41. 

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