The Second International Policy Conference on the African Child - Violence Against Girls in Africa

Ending violence against girls in Africa is one of the most pressing challenges facing Africa today. This report pulls together information from three sources: existing literature in violence against girls; thematic studies on five settings in which African girls experience violence; and retrospective surveys of young girls' experiences of violence. This information has been analysed to give an overview of the magnitude of the problem, its causes and consequences, as well as the elements of a possible strategy for the way forward.

Published 2010-03-17

Document Information

Publication year
2006
Format
Pdf, 68p.,ill
Rights
© 2006 The African Child Policy Forum
Creative Commons License
None
Content Type
Reports

Document Information

Publication year
2006
Format
Pdf, 68p.,ill
Rights
© 2006 The African Child Policy Forum
Creative Commons License
None
Content Type
Reports