Pathways to Prevention: a UN Trust Fund podcast
The UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women launches its first-ever podcast – "Pathways to Prevention".*
1 in 3 women experience violence in their lifetime. And this number has remained unchanged for at least the past decade while we know violence is preventable.
Why isn’t knowledge about preventing violence against women more widespread?
Who is providing this knowledge and how can we sustain and USE this knowledge?
Relying on the voices and practice-based knowledge of many civil society and women’s rights organizations funded by the UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women (UN Trust Fund) over the years, the 8 episodes introduce and explore the 10 pathways to prevent violence against women and girls that were identified in the Learning from practice series:
Welcome to Pathways to Prevention! (Episode 1)
Understanding the value of practice-based knowledge (Episode 2)
Conclusion (Episode 8)
Listen to the podcast and learn about the inspiring work that grassroots organizations are doing to prevent violence against women – the most pervasive form of human rights violation to this day!
*The views expressed in the podcast series are those of the speakers and do not necessarily represent the views of UN Women (managing the UN Trust Fund on behalf of the UN system), the UN or any of its affiliated organizations.
Listen now to Pathways to Prevention:
Read our interview with Shruti Majumdar, Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist at the UN Trust Fund, and learn more about the invaluable knowledge being disseminated through this podcast.
Do you want to keep the conversation going with other civil society and women’s rights organizations about preventing and ending violence against women and girls? Join SHINE now, an online knowledge exchange hub to learn, collaborate and co-create in the field of ending violence against women and girls.